Student Life

FOMO: The Fear of Missing Out

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By Erin Rebello FOMO is something that we have all felt at some point in time. Whether it’s missing a party, a job opportunity, or even a cool project, the […]

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Balancing Requirements for Two Different Careers

by Susan Huebert

When people are growing up, they often search around for the right career path to follow. If they like to work with their hands, they might become carpenters or electricians. […]

Career Profile: Archivist

by Meghan Brown

Historical documents such as paper records, artifacts, music, photographs, and video serve to collect the history of a city, country, or culture.  These documents are stored in archives belonging to […]

Staying mentally and physically healthy during the short, cold days of winter

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By Maryam Sheikh Chilly nights, fluffy snow, and cozy blankets. It’s wintertime! While the winter season is a great one, it can also be difficult to get through. Short and […]

Tips and Tricks for Learning a Second Language

by Linda Mendes

Several people dream of speaking more than one language. The main thing that keeps them unmotivated is the learning process. They could be afraid of the big, old dusty textbooks […]

How COVID-19 Tore Us Apart and Brought Us Together at the Same Time

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 as a pandemic in March of 2020. Yet there’s a running joke in sitcoms like black-ish that the news didn’t truly sink in […]