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Why Student Parking Leaves Your Pockets Starving

Jamely Rosa

May 24, 2016

By: Shawn Narain Some students wake up in the morning, notice they’re running late and have the option of driving to school to save some time. You get in your car, get your music going and you’re on you way. You start counting...

Summer Bodies Made In The Spring

Yarubi Espinal

May 23, 2016

By: Anna Gevorgyan With summer approaching, the panic of having the "perfect summer body" ensues, then and this question pops: "Will I keep up with the challenge or drop it quicker than the last New Year's resolution?" The...

Academics Vs. Jobs

Yarubi Espinal

May 23, 2016

By: Kristie Londono Picture being a full time student. This consists of reading assignments, projects, midterm exams, final exams, presentations in between, PHEW! It can be a handful. Now picture being a full time student and...

The Struggle of Success

Kristen Soriano

May 22, 2016

By: Jamely Rosa They tell you to picture the audience in their underwear. It’ll help, they say. You laugh on the outside, but in the inside, your heartbeat is racing rapidly. It taunts you, so much so that the thought of...

The Art of Trendsetting

Kristen Soriano

May 22, 2016

Imagine walking to the center front of a stage with the spotlight directly beaming on you. Everyone in the audience is watching. Your worse critic is front row. Don’t screw up. You can’t screw up. A handful of individuals,...

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