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What I wish I knew as an incoming first-year

Yes, you made it into college and you may have just moved into your dorm room or gotten your schedule of college courses for...

New Academic Year, New You

And we're back. Back to coffee-powered cram sessions, naps in your 8 o’clock lecture, mortifying call-outs by your professor for said naps, narcoleptic body jolts...

Planning for a Post-Grad Education

Most people believe that if you want to go to a graduate school program then you need to start planning early. It is recommended...

Making time for your partner

For many, our lives are already consumed by college and work while trying to keep up a social life. Midterms, extracurriculars and jobs take...

Don’t stress: Finding direction post-graduation

At the end of every journey lies a new beginning. For undergrad students, this journey will unfold in a plethora of ways. Some will...

Graduating? How to make the most of your last weeks at...

For many of us, UCR has been our home for several years. We entered the campus blissfully unaware of our futures, and now we...

Managing a college relationship post-graduation

The end of the school year comes with a lot of changes. For first years, the end of spring quarter signals their transition away...

What to do when you think your partner is cheating

Getting cheated on is a risk that everyone takes when entering a relationship. Sometimes in a relationship, people face a sense of suspicion that...

Campus Cope: Dropping CNAS isn’t the end of the world

Commonly, college is perceived as a place for young students to pursue their passions, an almost mystical land of opportunities where dreams become a...

Campus Cope: Safe ways to ensure academic security

"Pain is temporary, but GPA is forever.” Generally when people look back on how their grades started to flop in the last stretch of the...