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How to handle creative burnout during a pandemic

How to handle “creative burnout” during a pandemic

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // August 2, 2020

Being a creator means investing a large portion of your time to bringing a vision to life.  Sometimes, creating something out of nothing can come easy...

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Focus on growth rather than perfectionism

Focus on growth rather than perfectionism

by Trinity Bland, Staff Writer // January 22, 2020

Author, journalist and opinion columnist Anna Quindlen said, “the thing that is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning...

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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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Taking a break from stress during finals week can help your grades

Taking a break from stress during finals week can help your grades

by Julie Cappiello , Staff Writer // May 2, 2018

With the start of finals and stress levels reaching capacity, it is important to remember that study breaks are necessary. Over the last decade stress...

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Procrastination can be beneficial, so slow down and enjoy life

by Cassidy McCombs, Senior Staff Writer // February 7, 2018

A moment in time is hard to define these days. An hour feels short one day and long the next, or changes throughout the day based on what is happening....

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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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SDSU therapy dog helps students manage final exam stress

SDSU therapy dog helps students manage final exam stress

by Natalia Xibille, Contributor // December 11, 2015

With finals starting, Associated Students and San Diego State’s Counseling and Psychological Services department are helping students manage stress and...

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High expectations and anxiety hinder student success

High expectations and anxiety hinder student success

by Kalah Siegel, Staff Writer // December 9, 2015

Stress — the all-encompassing word that describes daily life as a young adult. Thank endocrinologist Hans Selye for the term’s modern meaning related...

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Furry friend provides comfort for freshmen residents

Furry friend provides comfort for freshmen residents

by Jada Johnson, Contributor // October 13, 2015

Gladys lives on the first floor of the Maya Olmeca Residence Hall. She’s fluffy with white and black fur, and she also goes by a nickname: Muffin. She...

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College students juggle psychological whiplash

by Tabi Hoshmand, Staff Columnist // January 21, 2015

When thinking about attending college for the first time, most students are met with the initial excitement of getting away from rules, obligations and...

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Dont procrastinate the end of procrastination

Don’t procrastinate the end of procrastination

by Marissa Ochoa // March 26, 2014

I remember the beginning of the semester like it was yesterday. I had my notebooks organized and I told myself this semester was going to be different....

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Stressed out student

Students need on-campus employment opportunities

by Emily Alvarenga // March 4, 2014

When I was in high school, my parents told me they didn’t want me to get a part-time job. Instead, they wanted me to focus on school and get good grades...

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