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Monday, November 29, 2021

Zoom’s out, university’s in — person!

Returning to in-person classes is certainly a transition for everyone. For our first-years and transfers, this may be your first time on campus! For those who have been on campus before, maybe you forgot...

Campus Cope: The rise and downfall of being a college freshman during a pandemic

It has been a little more than a year since the pandemic started, and the world has been deeply affected by this experience. Many of us have experienced unemployment, paying masks and sanitizers in...

Seven options, only one survivor: A campus apartment breakdown

Living on campus is a great way to keep up with campus events and attend classes without the hassle of fighting for parking in the cursed Lot 30 or getting ticketed for being a...

Campus Cope: It’s a lonely walk to graduation

As I began a depressing year of “Zoom University,” I remember being hopeful that the shelter-in-place orders would be lifted by June 2020 but was in disbelief when 2020 graduates had an online ceremony....

Campus Cope: Hopping into Easter-themed activities

Easter 2021 is fast approaching, and while celebrating this holiday during a pandemic is hard, it can still be done while adhering to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and ensuring everyone’s safety....

Campus Cope: In the post-Valentine’s Day world, the clearance section is our best friend

The only time I’ve loved Valentine's Day was during elementary school. I remember rushing to the stores to buy Valentine’s Day candy and those little cards with Valentine’s Day puns. Valentine’s Day has never...

Making the most: Finding enriching opportunities within your career field

At the start of every new year, I remember thinking that I should look into career opportunities for myself, only to brush it off and think that's an issue for my future self. As...

The silver lining of 2020: Inciting introspection and growing new friendships

Around this time last year, I remember studying at Rivera and being hopeful for the new year. I thought that 2020 would be my year. I would be turning 21, starting my senior year...

Campus Cope: It’s still possible to embrace the holiday spirit during the pandemic —...

My favorite time of the year has always been the holiday season. I remember the time I spent as a child helping my grandmother make tamales and ponche, eagerly awaiting the arrival of my...

Campus Cope: Helpful methods to help control your anxiety and stress

I do not remember when I first noticed my anxiety issues. They were always present growing up, the feeling of overwhelming stress and the loss of hope. My whole body tenses up, and I...