by Caleb Ford, Reporter It happens – the anxiety of online learning like due dates, internet searches, and discussion board posts. Online learning is difficult for some students and in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, students have to focus more on things like retaining information and communicating with professors and other students. We interviewed… Continue reading Learning Online: 5 Tips for Success
by Charlotte R Coyle, Reporter Do you hate change? Do you feel stressed when anything in your daily routine suddenly shifts? If so, then you are like most of us. Change, wanted or not, is always scary at first. In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey our campus has seen a lot of change, every single… Continue reading Adapting to Change: Tips for Shifting School Schedules
By Ana Acosta, Managing Editor The time has come to start preparing for final exams. The Fall semester is coming to an end and students need to get rid of any distractions and look over their notes in order to prepare just in time. Now get that worried face out of the way because we… Continue reading Getting Ready for Finals One Step at a Time
by Shawn Coschigano, Reporter If breakfast is the most important meal, then coffee is the most important beverage. Since not all coffees are created equal, here are some ways to make your morning beverage just like a barista. Let’s start with the simple, yet always reliable iced coffee. Here’s a list of things you’ll… Continue reading Learn How to Be Your Own Barista
By: Genesis Rodriguez, Reporter. College life can be extremely difficult when you are outnumbered by stress and unorganization. Students attending a college/university have a hard time managing different things but technology has made it much easier. Not only are there apps for helping students with their education but also for keeping them safe out there… Continue reading 10 Apps College Students Must Have
By Michelle Lecumberry, News Editor. College students often think that making good grades is almost directly proportional at not getting a good night sleep. In today's world, looking tired is deemed a reflection of how hard a student has been working. If they look refreshed and healthy, people seem to think that they are probably… Continue reading Get the Grade, Get Some Sleep
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