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Monday, November 19, 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...

Campus Cope: Waking up on time

With the new quarter hitting us as hard as the rain, it can be difficult to get into the swing of things — especially if you have one of the dreaded 8 a.m. classes....

Campus Cope: Winter storm is upon us

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Say your goodbyes to the mountains of holiday food and take a deep breath, because we’re in for another year and most importantly, a new quarter. What does this mean (aside...

Campus Cope: Changing majors

Regardless of whether you came from a position in which you felt fully knowledgeably of what you wanted to do after college or if you have been confused and searching for a secure major...

Food on the run

The average college student is constantly on a budget. Because of that, it’s important to learn how to make meals that will save you money while lasting a considerable amount of time. Being conscious...

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...

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...

Highlander Diaries: Homesickness

In our new section titled “Highlander Diaries,” we at Features allow students to send in “Dear Diary”-formatted journal entries regarding a topic of our choice, allowing Highlanders to speak more personally to the school...

You vs. springtime: Dawn of the allergies (A scenario guide to coping with spring...

Spring is officially upon us! That means the flowers will bloom, the grass will be greener and the bees will buzz around campus. But let’s face it: With the commencement of spring, it carries...

Campus Cope: Dropping CNAS isn’t the end of the world

Commonly, college is perceived as a place for young students to pursue their passions, an almost mystical land of opportunities where dreams become a reality. Many students, including myself, come into UCR with high...