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Thursday, April 2, 2020

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...

Mastering the job hunt

Finding a job is certainly not the easiest of tasks. First, you spend countless hours polishing your application, and then you spend more hours contemplating and worrying about the interview. After the interview, you...

Defeating the College Triangle: Lesson Three: Grades

We’ve now reached the final stage of our “Defeating the College Triangle” series, aimed to help you dedicated college-goers become the well-rounded, academically balanced students you all want to be. If you’re new to...

Campus Cope: From humble beginnings to the real world: Coping with senior year fears

Edward Dave: Expectations: Many moons ago, as a novice freshman, I had my entire four years of college mapped out. I was going to take four classes, average 16-17 units every quarter and graduate two quarters...

Three simple ways to academic excellence

The key to getting wonderful grades isn’t as mysterious as people think. People study for hours on end trying to absorb an exorbitant amount of knowledge into their brains and it usually never goes...

Five steps to endure finals week — sickness free!

From social gatherings to midterms to stressful finals, every college student finds it difficult to juggle a busy life, leaving no room for the flu. Of course, we all know how viruses and bacteria...

What 2016 Taught Us

Title: The sacrifices for privilege Author: Adrian Garcia   Being of Mexican descent, I often don’t realize the sacrifices that were made to allow me to live the life I have here in the United States. If...

Pressing pause during midterms: The importance of breaks

Every college student handles midterm season differently. Whether you cope by spending dozens of hours in the library or sleeping to deny all responsibility, everyone has their preference. But how can we make sure...

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: A holiday guide to gifting

It’s that time of year, folks. The time of year where everyone empties their pockets to buy gifts for friends, family and others. This is the time for you to show your loved ones...