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How to end procrastination once and for all!

End Procrastination

We sit in the back of truck beds enjoying our youth, counting the stars one by one, when we suddenly remember that we have an essay due at 11:59 pm TONIGHT! “Of course we don’t,” you think to yourself as you sit dumbfound in denial that you forgot about this! ...

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“Coffee Talk” Wakey Wakey! How to be a morning person

Time Management

“Oh god I am late again?” I say over a glance at the clock that sits pretty on my night stand. With sleep still in my eyes I am able to read the numbers 9:17am! “What day is it?” I start to count the days of the week on my ...

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The U.S. President announces DACA’s end, recipients fear deportation nears

The decision of some could uproot the lives of thousands. President Donald Trump has made the decision to discontinue the Deferred Actions of Childhood Arrivals program, better known as DACA. This program allows certain immigrants who entered the country before their 16th birthday and before June 2007 to receive a ...

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“Coffee Talk” How to create a self-care routine when you’re away from home

Building a self-care routine

Whether you are changing states, towns, or schools you will always be able to find a group of friends no matter where you land on your road to self-discovery.  Between walking into your dorm for the first time and walking across the stage when they hand your diploma, you will ...

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Artists do not have a moral obligation to make their work political

Do you stand for what you believe in, or stand for the peer pressure to believe in something? Individuals of every social class are asked to put their views on political issues out and into the public eye. Too many celebrities are scrutinized for the sole act of not sharing ...

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Racism has been around longer than our current president

Violent acts taken on by the white nationalist movement have begun to reflect poorly on President Donald Trump after an event that recently occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia leaving one dead and over a dozen wounded. Americans have taken to the idea that Trump is the cause of hate crimes breaking ...

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