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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio, United States of America, provides limited scholarships to students. The condition is that scholarships are given to students who want to fast on cellphones, or don’t want to use smartphones for 4 years of college.
Instead, they can divert their smartphone activities to pray, carry out religious activities and talk face-to-face with friends.
quoted Telset from PhoneArena on Tuesday (25/04/2023), scholarships are only available for 30 students and 50 students must be eliminated from selection. As long as the scholarships are awarded, the university does not provide strict supervision to them.
Students who fast on smartphones must join the “Humans Engaging Reality” group to remind each other not to use cellphones. The university did not provide an official response regarding this unique scholarship.
So it is not known what type of scholarship will be given. It’s just that on its official website, the Franciscan University of Steubenville says that its campus tends to be strict compared to ordinary universities.
“It is a rigorous and demanding and faithful upbringing. An education that challenges you intellectually, shapes you professionally, and feeds you spiritually,” the university wrote.
It must be admitted that smartphones have now become gadgets that cannot be separated from everyday life. So that the HP fasting scholarship given on this campus is very unique, and becomes a challenge for scholarship recipients.
Even so, this scholarship can reduce the bad influence of smartphones. Because a study by Brazilian researchers reported in the scientific journal Healthcare, playing cellphones for more than 3 hours per day can make teenagers experience thoracic spine pain (TSP) or back pain among teenagers.
Specifically the thoracic spine which is located at the back of the chest, mostly between the shoulder blades, and extends from the bottom of the neck to the start of the lumbar spine.