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Seeking therapy can be beneficial to students

Seeking therapy can be beneficial to students

by Sierra Stallworth , Contributor // September 17, 2021

As students, we have a lot on our plates.  We attend classes everyday and try to retain information that is thrown at us. We attempt to make new friends...

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They lied: college is not the best four years of your life

They lied: college is not the best four years of your life

by Lindsey Anderson, Contributor // September 15, 2021

If you were anything like me as a high school student, college was a daunting chapter that you attempted to dodge numerous times.  The idea of “higher...

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'Doing it all' isn't viable, prioritize yourself instead

‘Doing it all’ isn’t viable, prioritize yourself instead

by Adriana Villa, Contributor // September 15, 2021

College can seem to be a never-ending series of tasks. We must attend all our classes and go to work while being told that if we want to succeed in...

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9/11 still hits too close to home

9/11 still hits too close to home

by Trinity Bland, Managing Editor // September 10, 2021

“It was a sunny Tuesday morning, the weather was actually nice for September in D.C., you never would’ve thought...” my dad would always say when...

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Foreign language curriculums are ineffective

Foreign language curriculums are ineffective

by Brenna Martinez , Staff Writer // September 10, 2021

Whenever the topic of high school language classes pops up in discussions, one statement gets thrown around nearly every time: “I took three years of...

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Remote learning should be offered to students

Remote learning should be offered to students

by Lindsey Anderson, Contributor // September 10, 2021

Over the past few months, San Diego State University has operated like an invincible force.  In the midst of a worsening global pandemic, SDSU has...

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Government action necessary to combat climate change

Government action necessary to combat climate change

by Jessica Octavio, Senior Staff Writer // September 1, 2021

Growing up in the dry, brush-ridden terrain of Southern California has given me and many other Californians a grim familiarity with the devastation of...

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Focus on creating a lifestyle, not career

Focus on creating a lifestyle, not career

by Aaliyah Alexander, Opinion Editor // September 1, 2021

Is it safe to make the assumption that most of us have been taught, what I like to call, “society’s template for success?”  From observing others...

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Ways to overcome homesickness easily

Ways to overcome homesickness easily

by Aaliyah Alexander, Opinion Editor // August 26, 2021

“Leaving the nest” is a big deal in our society.  In a way, it's a rite of passage — a time where parents or guardians get to see the little...

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What your horoscope says about back-to-school season

What your horoscope says about back-to-school season

Alas, school is back in session, which means no more summer shenanigans, sleeping in and freedom. Adjusting to a new routine after months of online classes...

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We should embrace new college experience created by COVID-19

We should embrace new college experience created by COVID-19

by Sierra Stallworth , Contributor // August 16, 2021

Going back to school brings out a lot of emotions. For incoming freshmen, worries about being on your own for the first time and making new friends...

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Double standards in sports needs reprimanding

Double standards in sports needs reprimanding

by Jessica Octavio, Senior Staff Writer // August 11, 2021

Just a month after Sha’Carri Richardson’s controversial suspension from the Olympics due to a failed drug test, American soccer star Megan Rapinoe...

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