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Embrace culture shock in college, it can be a good experience

Embrace culture shock in college, it can be a good experience

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // September 11, 2020

College brings about so many things in students’ lives— adventures, opportunities, educational experiences, and inevitably culture shock.  All...

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Your major doesn’t define you as a person

by Trinity Bland, Staff Writer // April 6, 2020

“What’s your major?” This is a question that we, as college students, are used to being asked on a constant basis, seemingly by everyone. From...

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Dating as a bisexual girl is challenging

Dating as a bisexual girl is challenging

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // February 12, 2020

Relationships in college are nothing short of a roller coaster. It’s all about getting to know people from scratch, learning how to be independent and...

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Our education system is failing its students

by Ellyse Logan, Staff Writer // February 5, 2020

Our desire to learn isn’t enough for American universities. We have to prove ourselves through grades and standardized testing starting from the moment...

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Money is not a reflection of how successful someone is

Money is not a reflection of how successful someone is

by Shalika Oza, Staff Writer // November 13, 2019

What is success?  To some, it is rising up the ranks in their career and making a boatload of money. To others, it is finding a purpose for their lives....

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College is not always the right path for everyone

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // October 30, 2019

Since I was in middle school, teachers and faculty forced the notion that everyone should attend college after graduating high school. Taking an alternate...

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Don’t stress about planning out your future. Embrace life step-by-step

by Ellyse Logan, Staff Writer // September 4, 2019

Growing up, summer vacation was always something to look forward to. I enjoyed the hot days by the beach and the lazy days stuck in the house. I was...

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Strong friendships help you through your college years

Strong friendships help you through your college years

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // August 21, 2019

Starting college can be intimidating. There is a lot of new information and stimuli to take in during the first few days.  You will no longer be living...

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Why I decided to attend SDSU

by Hannah Goldstone, Staff Writer // August 14, 2019

Congratulations, you’ve made it into San Diego State. Whether or not SDSU was your dream school, your backup school or just happened to be the closest...

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Here’s why you shouldn’t stress, freshmen

by Shayne Jones // August 14, 2018

An unread message from the San Diego State University Office of Admissions flashes ostentatiously into your Google inbox. Hand trembling in anticipation,...

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Stress is not going away after college, and can’t be ignored

by Cassidy McCombs , Staff Writer // October 25, 2017

What are your plans for after you graduate? College students are feeling the growing stress as the semester hits its midway mark, and the stress of...

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College as told by the movies

College as told by the movies

by Alex Noble, Staff Writer // August 28, 2017

It’s no surprise that young people today have spent a sizable chunk of their lives planted in front of screens, meaning that whatever preconceived notions...

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