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Campus Cope: Useful ways to promote self-care and self-love

My history with mental health problems has always been a present issue in my life. Growing up in a toxic Hispanic household impacted how I processed my emotions and how I saw the world....

Campus Cope: Adjusting back to school

Whether you’ve been sleeping and Netflix-ing away to your heart’s content, enjoying delicious homemade meals, working or even keeping busy with other classes and obligations, the moment you’ve been dreading or anticipating is finally...

Campus Cope: Roommates

For those of us who have been lucky enough, we have never had an impending issue with a roommate before: We respected their space, we communicated our household responsibilities with one another and heck,...

Campus Cope: Handling homesickness

There’s no place like home — but unfortunately, most people can’t click their heels together and magically end up back in their hometowns. Many students travel from far and wide to attend university, sacrificing...

Defeating the College Triangle: Sleep

  Nearly every college student has heard the “choose two and neglect the third” saying at some point in their four-year experience. The urban legend suggests that most students excel in two of the three...

More than a spring fling: Finding friendship before summer

As we head into the summer, some students may feel they haven’t made enough friends to socialize with. It’s a concern that’s common across campus. For graduating students you are moving on, and likely...

Campus Cope: staying safe and sane during quarantine

Lydia Tsou / Highlander Right now with the COVID-19 pandemic everyone is stuck indoors; it might not be the funnest experience but there are several different things that...

Living in a “Black Mirror”-esque reality: How to prevent the dangers of social media

How many times have you opened up Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat in the past day? If you’re like any normal college student, you probably look at your various social media platform a couple...

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: 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...