«Campus Life» column

The Art of the Cover Letter: How to Stand Out and Get The Job

January 4th, 2022; By author below

By Tiffany Chang Many job applications require at least two things: A resume and cover letter. With these documents, employers can get an initial look into what your background is. […]

Inspiring Films About Social Change

January 4th, 2022; By Teodora Pasca

Movies and documentaries to get you inspired: The world is full of remarkable individuals and organizations, dedicated to making a difference within their communities. If you have community-building aspirations of […]

How to Make a Great New Year Goal List

January 4th, 2022; By Marianne Stephens

With the New Year upon us, it’s a good idea to start thinking about a list of goals. They don’t necessarily have to be career or academic focused; instead, a […]

Turn the Winter Blues into Winter Booms!

January 4th, 2022; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Years ago, the “winter blues” may have been something close to an urban legend—something that was commonly talked about, but not investigated enough. Now, quite a number of recent research […]

Exploring a Career as a Librarian

January 4th, 2022; By author below

By Olivia Condlln-Wilby For high school students, it can be overwhelming to consider the vast number of career options that lay ahead. It’s a good idea to research the pathways […]

Small Steps to Make Your Home or Dorm More Environmentally Friendly

January 4th, 2022; By Susan Huebert

Dealing with environmental issues can be difficult, especially when progress seems very slow. Many people would like to do something large and spectacular, but those kinds of actions can be […]

The Graveyard Shift: Pros and Cons of Working Overnights

January 4th, 2022; By Meghan Brown

While the most popular — and most common — workday is the traditional “9 to 5,” this isn’t the only work schedule in existence.  There are many different work schedules, […]