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It isn’t surprising that social media apps are dangerous for children...

It would seem that the target audience for the majority of social media apps is constantly getting younger. With this shift in online culture...

Telehealth companies have offered millions of ways to get mental health...

One of the strangest elements of the COVID-19 pandemic was how usually busy spaces quickly became abandoned. As populations were shut in their homes...

Campus Cope: How to get the classes you want for summer...

As we are nearing the end of the school year, many of us are excited for the upcoming summer break. Although summer break is...

California’s mental health bill for youth is too little, too late

Most experts agree that the mental health crisis among the U.S.’s children predates the pandemic. The increased use of social media, greater awareness of...

Campus cope: Improving your mental health

Spring Break is over and it’s time to jump right back into the unending mechanism of academia. After a week of rest and recovery,...

Campus cope: Keeping yourself healthy during unprecedented times

As rainy weather arises and the chilly winter season is finally here, many students struggle to prevent themselves from catching the cold or flu....

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...

Packed like sardines 一 Why UCSB’s proposed ‘mega-dorm’ is dangerous for...

Billionaire investor and amateur architect Charles Munger has donated $200 million to break ground on a new dorm complex at the University of California,...

Justin Bieber: A Rise From the Ashes

  The name “Justin Bieber” carries weight among different generations, whether young or old. Bieber began his life with humble beginnings, hailing from Stratford, Canada,...

Racing to normalcy won’t make students happy

Even as we move toward the midyear mark of 2021, the world cannot shake the crushing effects of 2020. The number of vaccinations and...