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Saturday, July 11, 2020

How to cope with not being yourself (while having multiple personalities!)

  This article was written as a compilation by Brian, John, Claire, Andrew and Allison, the multiple personalities of Adrian Garcia. When life hits us hard, it's difficult to concentrate on having a clear mindset. We...

New Academic Year, New You

And we're back. Back to coffee-powered cram sessions, naps in your 8 o’clock lecture, mortifying call-outs by your professor for said naps, narcoleptic body jolts and the contemplation of a night out with your dorm...

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: Navigating the new year, new student or not

Here we go again, the most dreaded but also exciting time of the year for students. Summer break is over and it’s time to accustom yourself to the college lifestyle, which is a lot...

Campus Cope: How to deal with toxicity online and in gaming

Trolling is unavoidable. One day, you ask the internet, “My car is messed up. What do I do?” Someone responds, “Yah! Just deflate your tires half way so you can reset the flux capacitor.”...

Defeating the College Triangle: Lesson 2: Social Life

In last week’s edition of “Defeating the College Triangle,” we taught you how to steer clear of bad sleeping habits and anything else that may prevent you from getting some precious shut-eye. In this...

Campus Cope: Taking your time when there seems to be none

Well, that’s over. The year of 2019 at UC Riverside has ended. First-year students have finally gotten their first taste of the acclaimed college experience, and learned that the grading scale is their best friend;...

Campus Cope: Mapping out your education abroad adventure

CORRECTION 4/4/19: On the printed version of this article, it is stated that the Education Abroad office is in Surge. This is incorrect. The Education Abroad office is in Skye Hall. Some preconceptions people have...

What I wish I knew as an incoming first-year

Yes, you made it into college and you may have just moved into your dorm room or gotten your schedule of college courses for the fall. It is easy to get overwhelmed by the...

Campus Cope: First-generation students

As UCR’s student population continues to rise, it is important to keep in mind that more than half of undergraduates are first-generation students, who face their own unique set of problems. For example, parents...