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Campus Cope: staggered sleep schedules and how to reestablish them

The COVID-19 pandemic is still alive and well and many people are continuing to acclimate to the many changes our nation faces. The imposition...

KUCR Off the Record: Quaransingles

‘Cholla’ by Jerry Paper By: Marc Arteaga, CW  Right off the bat, Jerry Paper’s newest single “Cholla” strikes the listener’s ears with a bouncy instrumental that...

It is important to prioritize mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

Courtesy of Pexels As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen our daily lives have been reshaped with necessary...

Under the Kilt: dealing with a breakup during a pandemic

Courtesy of Pexels Breakups are already tough, but they may be even harder when you’re in the middle...

Campus Cope: managing self-care, whether too much or too little

Archive / Highlander As we near the end of the quarter, stress is once again at an extreme...

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....

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...

Campus Cope: Navigating the new year, new student or not

Here we go again, the most dreaded but also exciting time of the year for students. Summer break is over and it’s time to...

Mental Health Faire: a fest of feeling fine through management of...

As May 2019 drew to a close, so too did the 70th annual observance of Mental Health Awareness in America conclude, aimed at “spreading...

A Word of Advice From … Associate Professor Kate Sweeny

Associate Professor of Psychology Kate Sweeny has conducted groundbreaking research on anxiety, worrying, coping and the stress that comes with awaiting news. She has...