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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

13 health myths that may surprise you

How many people have told you that reading in the dark will cause blindness, snacking is unhealthy and carbs make you gain fat? We are all fooled in one way or another by medical...

You vs. springtime: Dawn of the allergies (A scenario guide to coping with spring...

Spring is officially upon us! That means the flowers will bloom, the grass will be greener and the bees will buzz around campus. But let’s face it: With the commencement of spring, it carries...

Grizzly Scotty safety tips: Everything you need to know

After Scotty was replaced with an actual grizzly bear as a result of the “Freaky Friday” pandemic, it seems only appropriate to provide you with tips on how to stay safe when around the...

How to cope with not being yourself (while having multiple personalities!)

  This article was written as a compilation by Brian, John, Claire, Andrew and Allison, the multiple personalities of Adrian Garcia. When life hits us hard, it's difficult to concentrate on having a clear mindset. We...

Coping with the pope-ing: Surviving a papal presidency as a non-Christian

With the insanity of the body-swapping incident claiming the personas of millions, perhaps there is no swap more significant than that between the sovereign of Vatican City Pope Francis and President Donald Trump, effectively...

Finstagram Fad

Social media has reached a new level of importance in the everyday life of the typical millennial. Most have more than one platform of social media — with Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr...

Embracing Stress: Transforming stress into a strategy of success

As midterms come upon us, we definitely feel the stress of studying for exams, meeting deadlines for papers and carrying our own weight as college students. This high level of stress takes a toll...

Safe routes to avoiding awkward political conversations

In the midst of the political chaos that the United States has submerged itself in, there is bound to be people who are more vocal about their dissatisfaction. Even though there is high disdain...

Living in a “Black Mirror”-esque reality: How to prevent the dangers of social media

How many times have you opened up Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat in the past day? If you’re like any normal college student, you probably look at your various social media platform a couple...

Creating your well-being plan

  When writing your goals for the upcoming year, instead of thinking, “I need to become healthy,” think, “I need to become healthier.” Rather than making one extensive plan that will most likely fall apart,...