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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Seven “DON’Ts” for a stress-free freshman year

As the four grueling, yet vital years of high school have come to a close, many freshly faced 18 or near-18 year olds are now stocking up on weekly planners and year-long calendars as...

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...

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...

Five steps to endure finals week — sickness free!

From social gatherings to midterms to stressful finals, every college student finds it difficult to juggle a busy life, leaving no room for the flu. Of course, we all know how viruses and bacteria...

Grizzly Scotty safety tips: Everything you need to know

After Scotty was replaced with an actual grizzly bear as a result of the “Freaky Friday” pandemic, it seems only appropriate to provide you with tips on how to stay safe when around the...

13 health myths that may surprise you

How many people have told you that reading in the dark will cause blindness, snacking is unhealthy and carbs make you gain fat? We are all fooled in one way or another by medical...

What 2016 Taught Us

Title: The sacrifices for privilege Author: Adrian Garcia   Being of Mexican descent, I often don’t realize the sacrifices that were made to allow me to live the life I have here in the United States. If...

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,...

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...