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Friday, October 7, 2022

New year’s resolutions don’t have to be big; they just have to be meaningful

The new year often comes with a lot of fresh energy and the feeling that this year, we’ll be better. This time of year is rife with promises to not eat sugar anymore, to...

Campus Cope: Surviving finals week

It’s week seven, and finals week is quickly approaching. Before you pull an all-nighter and take in a lot of caffeine, check out these tips on surviving finals.   Create a study schedule  It can be tough...

Campus Cope: Scheduling classes for winter quarter

With over half of the fall quarter already complete and winter fast approaching, registration is on everyone’s mind. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when registering for your classes:  Don’t wait till...

Campus Cope: It’s a balancing act

College, and really life in general, is a balancing act. At times, it can be challenging to manage your time properly. Here are a few tips on balancing school with life.  Identify time wasters  There are...

Campus Cope: Tips for dealing with test anxiety

As midterm season approaches, it can be easy to fall into a spiral of test-taking anxiety. Since classes have been online for almost two years, going back to in-person exams can be incredibly nerve-racking....

Campus Cope: making your forever friends

After two years of social isolation, it can be tough to step out of your comfort zone and meet new people. However, part of the college experience is meeting new people. Here are a...

Zoom’s out, university’s in — person!

Returning to in-person classes is certainly a transition for everyone. For our first-years and transfers, this may be your first time on campus! For those who have been on campus before, maybe you forgot...

Campus Cope: The rise and downfall of being a college freshman during a pandemic

It has been a little more than a year since the pandemic started, and the world has been deeply affected by this experience. Many of us have experienced unemployment, paying masks and sanitizers in...

Seven options, only one survivor: A campus apartment breakdown

Living on campus is a great way to keep up with campus events and attend classes without the hassle of fighting for parking in the cursed Lot 30 or getting ticketed for being a...

Campus Cope: It’s a lonely walk to graduation

As I began a depressing year of “Zoom University,” I remember being hopeful that the shelter-in-place orders would be lifted by June 2020 but was in disbelief when 2020 graduates had an online ceremony....