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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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...

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: Sink or Swim: A look into Finals week

Best case scenario: Finals week has always been a time of duality for me: One half feels totally worn out from all of the arduous work the prior ten weeks, while the the other prevails...

Don’t let social media define who you are

Social media has a big influence on our daily lives. We usually check our Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or Twitter a couple of times every hour. It’s become a habit of ours. Even though social...

How to enjoy the holidays (when you don’t celebrate Christmas)

Not everyone believes in the principles of Christmas and it is no one's place to impose their cultural or religious likeness on you. Those of different faiths have many alternatives to invest in. Come...

Embracing Stress: Transforming stress into a strategy of success

As midterms come upon us, we definitely feel the stress of studying for exams, meeting deadlines for papers and carrying our own weight as college students. This high level of stress takes a toll...

Coping with the pope-ing: Surviving a papal presidency as a non-Christian

With the insanity of the body-swapping incident claiming the personas of millions, perhaps there is no swap more significant than that between the sovereign of Vatican City Pope Francis and President Donald Trump, effectively...

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...

The do’s and don’ts of multitasking

As you’re rushing out the door in a frenzy with a banana drooping down your mouth, clutching a Starbucks in one hand and clasping your backpack in another, you come to the revelation that...

Campus Cope: Where to study, where to nap, where to go

During the first year of college it is easy to fall into a rut of spending 80 percent of your time outside of class in the comfortable niche of your dorm room. During an...