Arts & Living

How do you get to class?

August 25, 2018 Sydney Bloeme 0

The hardest part of college often isn’t the classes or the independence; it’s what happens between your first cup of coffee in the morning and your first class: the commute. Nyeta Thomas, a student at […]

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Has Laundry Bin a Problem?

August 22, 2018 Samuel Puckett 1

Few students come to college totally prepared. When you’ve just moved out, chores and responsibilities become intimidating, monstrous piles on the floor, quite literally. A new adult who’s not careful can easily become overwhelmed and […]

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The best apps to conquer your anxiety

August 11, 2018 Autumn Boekeloo 1

Our phones are constantly at our fingertips. With the sound of a “bing!” our attention is grasped by a notification telling us something new is happening. Unfortunately, we have become slaves to our devices and […]

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To gap year or not to gap year

August 8, 2018 Sara Abdulla 0

There’s little, if anything, more relieving than being cleared to walk across the stage and receive your diploma after four (or six) years of grueling nights, anxiety attacks and obscene amounts of caffeine. Yet, an […]

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Readjusting to the college grind

August 4, 2018 Autumn Boekeloo 0

Ah, back to school season. Remember simpler times when all that mattered was what Little Debbie cake your mom packed you for lunch? We do, too. Alas, it is another year in school and unfortunately, […]

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Dorm-friendly Gardening

April 20, 2018 Samuel Puckett 1

A dorm room, pallid and as personal as a rental car. The college apartment, a frenetic, messy crash. Many students are so overwhelmed with classes, they don’t put thoughtful effort into their environment. But a […]

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