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Owning a pet in college can create more harm than good

Owning a pet in college can create more harm than good

Nicte Hernandez

March 12, 2018


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According to The American Institute of Stress, eight out of 10 college students experience stress frequently or on a day-to-day basis. College can get lonely and stressful at times, miles away from your family and friends. It is a whole new environment that we must get used to. So at times, it might ...

Mental health and counseling should be priority for students

Mental health and counseling should be priority for students

Grant Schmieding

March 12, 2018


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Elyn Saks, suffering from chronic schizophrenia, had hardly eaten for a week. Her face felt like a mask and she moved as if her legs were wooden. Sitting in total darkness with the curtains drawn and her room in utter disrepair, help was a necessity. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Prevent being sidetracked from spring break jitters

Prevent being sidetracked from spring break jitters

Karen Limones

March 11, 2018


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It’s that time in the middle of the semester where we're all at the pinpoint of finishing our midterms and ready for spring break. We begin to think, “I just want it to be here already,” and in some cases, it distracts us from our studies. Let me tell you, spring break will be waiting fo...

New science building brings mixed emotions among students

New science building brings mixed emotions among students

Nicte Hernandez

March 11, 2018


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It seems like every year we see the campus being renovated, something is being added or restored. Students have expressed concern or mixed feelings in the past when other buildings were renovated.Now, with the demolition of the Siskiyou building in order to put in a new physical science building, students continue to e...

How to flirt like a pro, build confidence

How to flirt like a pro, build confidence

Danielle Cortes

March 11, 2018


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Flirting can be a fun little game or, for some, it always just seems to be nothing more than a deathly embarrassing scenario. Unfortunately, you can't just go "accidentally" drop a stack of books in front of your crush and as they are helping you pick them up you brush each other's hands and magically...

Rain or shine, Chico has something for you this spring break

Rain or shine, Chico has something for you this spring break

Karen Limones

March 9, 2018


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Let’s say you were planning to go home for Spring Break and something came up. Change of plans, you’re staying in Chico and so are those other residents who need to stay or live here.One of the best things about Chico is the beauty of the nature that surrounds it. If you haven’t taken advant...

Letters to: My past self

Letters to: My past self

Grant Schmieding

March 8, 2018


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Dear past self, You are not thriving yet. The ride down memory lane feels more spastic in emotion than Billy Pilgrim in time. Better crack a beer for your own sanity because things are about to get a wee bit cynical—Oh wait, forget that last part. Just keep sipping that ginger ale. I always...

Say not anymore to Not Anymore

Say not anymore to Not Anymore

Kendall George

March 7, 2018


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Since we were kids, there has been little to no education about sexual assault and now that we are in college, a one-hour video is supposed to give us all the answers? Not Anymore is not enough. Not Anymore is an online program aimed at college students to educate them on sexual assault. What is ...

High school relationships help build a foundation

High school relationships help build a foundation

Grant Schmieding

March 5, 2018


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Anyone who says they truly understand how to maneuver the dating pool, with guaranteed success, is full of it, according to Viren Swami, professor of social psychology at Anglia Ruskin University. In high school, college or otherwise, we all have our own confusing and frustrating experiences. When it co...

How to deal with illness in college

How to deal with illness in college

Danielle Cortes

March 5, 2018


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In college, health should always be your number one priority because it affects many things like our mood, productivity and overall well-being. According to an article published by EverydayHealth, "Living in a closed environment like a college dormitory introduces a whole set of college health issues that college-age kids do not have to deal with at home," said Guy Na...

Arming teachers won’t stop mass shootings

Arming teachers won’t stop mass shootings

Nicte Hernandez

March 3, 2018


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In the wake of another mass shooting, politicians are conflicted on what policies to pass. They are committed to organizations but they also have voters pulling them another in another direction. At a recent press conference, President Trump said that he feels teachers should be armed and that we need ...

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