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Saturday, January 16, 2021

Campus Cope: Saving money as a college student

College is expensive, there’s no way around spending money. However, there are some tips and tricks to cut down on how much money you spend. There are four main areas where money can be...

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...

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...

Campus Cope: navigating the virtual school environment

Courtesy of Pexels There’s much adjusting to be done as the academic landscape turns virtual. Traffic on the freeway and finding a seat are foregone as a student’s...

Safe routes to avoiding awkward political conversations

In the midst of the political chaos that the United States has submerged itself in, there is bound to be people who are more vocal about their dissatisfaction. Even though there is high disdain...

Dorming 101

Among the excitement of college life is dorming. Living in a residence hall is a unique experience that people either love or hate. Yet, navigating the dorm life does not have to be difficult....

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: making the most of your time

The road to productivity is an uphill battle indeed. Productivity has been a main source of peril for students since the concept of school and work were created. Many people have the idea that...

From jobless to journalist: How I found myself post-graduation

On June 10, 2015, I was victorious. A university graduate. Successful. Erudite. Learned. On June 11, I was 21 years old, jobless and living with my parents. I had no selfies on my phone to...

Campus Cope: Dealing with midterm stress

Everyone is going through midterms, it’s not fun (we know), but here are some tips and ideas to help you through this trying time. 1. Make sure to eat before you study. If you are...