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Campus Cope: Room ‘n dorm decorating tips

Moving into a new environment is a big change for students. Once students find themselves situated in their new place, the topic of decorating the space arises, yet people cannot simply decorate as they...

Campus Cope: keeping busy despite this situation

Courtesy of Pexels It seems like just moments ago, we sat in our lecture halls and stuffy discussion classrooms daydreaming up “what if’s.” What if I skipped class...

New Academic Year, New You

And we're back. Back to coffee-powered cram sessions, naps in your 8 o’clock lecture, mortifying call-outs by your professor for said naps, narcoleptic body jolts and the contemplation of a night out with your dorm...

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...

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: Saving money as a college student

College is expensive, there’s no way around spending money. However, there are some tips and tricks to cut down on how much money you spend. There are four main areas where money can be...

Dorming 101

Among the excitement of college life is dorming. Living in a residence hall is a unique experience that people either love or hate. Yet, navigating the dorm life does not have to be difficult....

Campus Cope: Dealing with midterm stress

Everyone is going through midterms, it’s not fun (we know), but here are some tips and ideas to help you through this trying time. 1. Make sure to eat before you study. If you are...

Making friends or acquaintances in college

I think everyone can agree that making friends anywhere is relatively difficult. It’s just easier for some people to put themselves out there than others. There is a large number of students who are...

Campus Cope: First-generation students

As UCR’s student population continues to rise, it is important to keep in mind that more than half of undergraduates are first-generation students, who face their own unique set of problems. For example, parents...