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How to Not Only Survive but Enjoy College

I really want to start this off by saying, I hope everyone of my readers are as far behind in this adult thing as me. I still haven’t bought my textbooks and classes have already started, but it is okay. College has started and I hope everyone is ready because ...

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Move-In Madness

By: Jordan Potenza On August 23, incoming freshman moved in to the dorms with the help of their families and upperclassmen helpers. Freshman Autumn Ford, a psychology major, was beaming, evidently excited about moving in. She is most looking forward to the ROTC program, which she admits makes her anxious ...

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Bad advice sets freshmen up to fail

>>Sabrina Rodriguez Contributing writer Starting college is all fun and games until you realize all the advice you were given was terrible. From your mom telling you “Oh, just be yourself,” to your older brother telling you “Yeah, you can skip class,” you eventually find out how wrong they were. ...

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Top ten tips for freshmen

According to ATTN, 30 percent of college students can’t boil an egg and 52 percent of teens can’t change a tire. The lack of teaching high school and college students basic life skills has led to “adulting,” where young people attempt to succeed at doing things regular adults do, but ...

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SGA: Declining trend in votes at elections

Advice on how to reverse the trend in declining number of votes for SGA elections was offered by current SGA senators at a meeting Wednesday, Sept. 18. 579 students voted in the SGA elections of fall 2013. This is 125 less than fall 2012 and 337 less than fall 2011. ...

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Freshmen and graduate elections

By Myranda Harrison Staff Writer During this election term there are 18 eligible freshmen senator candidates and two eligible graduate senator candidates. Each candidate must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 and cannot have any form of formal disciplinary record. Many applications from students wishing to run are ...

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