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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Making friends or acquaintances in college

I think everyone can agree that making friends anywhere is relatively difficult. It’s just easier for some people to put themselves out there than others. There is a large number of students who are...

Campus Cope: How to prepare for the worst at UCR … zombies

With increased pollution, the looming threat of nuclear war and bath salts, a zombie apocalypse occurring is not a question of if, but of when. When the Bell Tower crumbles into a pile of...

Campus Cope: Out the door and on the go

Nutrition On busy mornings, while you may be tempted to just grab a donut, or even worse — skip breakfast — consider preparing the night before or buying some grab-and-go items. Trust me, I know...

The gender divide: How to lure a potential crush

Staff Writers Janine and Edward will be having a dialogue about embarking on a new relationship or person of interest, offering perspectives from a male and female point of view in an effort to...

Our lives behind the screen

Movies portray the world from an infinite amount of perspectives, locations, settings, time periods and lives. There is a fine line between reality and the fictional world created by Hollywood; nevertheless, movies can play...

The essential guide to writing New Year’s goals

  In light of the shitstorm that was 2016, the prospects for 2017 are definitely more hopeful. It won’t be easy to recover from one of the weirdest elections in U.S. history, the death of...

Campus Cope: Dropping CNAS isn’t the end of the world

Commonly, college is perceived as a place for young students to pursue their passions, an almost mystical land of opportunities where dreams become a reality. Many students, including myself, come into UCR with high...

You vs. springtime: Dawn of the allergies (A scenario guide to coping with spring...

Spring is officially upon us! That means the flowers will bloom, the grass will be greener and the bees will buzz around campus. But let’s face it: With the commencement of spring, it carries...

Campus Cope: Senioritis

Many students would fight for the cure to senioritis; the problem, however, is we just don’t care. The cure may be graduation and that little piece of paper you paid thousands for. But until...

Graduating? How to make the most of your last weeks at UCR

For many of us, UCR has been our home for several years. We entered the campus blissfully unaware of our futures, and now we will be leaving changed for the better with a new...