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B2SB: Peer Mentoring

By Piper BlakeWeb Content Manager Peer mentors are great resources for incoming freshmen! As a freshman, you are assigned a peer mentor through your University Seminar class. This is the class where freshmen can explore the Texas State campus and meet students that are going through the same transition period as one another. Each University Seminar class has a Peer Mentor that reaches out to the students in the class […]

todayAugust 16, 2020 1

A glimpse of a middle school competition certificate.

Lifestyle

Be Responsible, Move Out

 By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor I had a fear for a quarter of my childhood. The fear was that I would have to move out of my parents’ house once I turned 18. Fast forward to the year 2016 when I turned 18 in September. Nothing changed-- I still lived with my parents, which made sense because I was still in high school, finishing the last year of “parental supervision.” […]

todayJune 16, 2020 2

A desk is illuminated by a desk lamp; sitting atop the desk is a college text book and an issue of the University Star.

Lifestyle

Buffer the Grind

By Ashton HermanWeb Content Contributor The semester may be nearly halfway done, but that’s no excuse to avoid improving your work ethic! If you need a quick refresher, or are new to the relentless grind of college, take a quick read through these tips on bettering your scholastic performance. 1. Get Some Sleep. While it was cool in middle school to stay up past midnight, not getting enough sleep can […]

todayMarch 10, 2020

Rigatoni pasta with meat sauce on a white plate. Cheese is stringing from the noodles.

Food

5 Staple Recipes for Busy College Students

By Ally BolenderWeb Content Contributor These are some staple recipes that are delicious, classy and moderately healthy. But the best part is – they’re so cheap and easy to make! Need to mix in some new staple meals into your routine? Want to impress your parents? Have a cute date coming over? These recipes are practically fool-proof. My biggest flaw when cooking is that I cannot stick to a recipe. […]

todaySeptember 28, 2019 2 1

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How Millennials Should Think of Aging

By Rikki Yanez Blog Content Contributor We are young, and perhaps we are not living in the moment. We constantly think about the future and how we need to prepare ourselves for it. We’re constantly stressing over school, work or thinking of ways to please the people around us. The time that has passed us by that we spent worrying about stuff that we shouldn’t be stressing over is something […]

todayFebruary 8, 2018

Food

Foodie Essentials

By Jashel Negron Blog Content Contributor As college students, eating healthy may come as a challenge. We’re constantly being tempted to buy cheap foods like Ramen Noodles, or fast food that save our wallet from heartache and give us a quick, delicious meal (sometimes). Even on campus we can easily find Chick-Fil-A or some Taco Bell right down the road. Fortunately, I have found a way to avoid these temptations and […]

todayJanuary 24, 2018

Lifestyle

Depression Is…

By Alexandria Erwin Blog Content Contributor “Sometimes I can’t get out of bed. Not because I’m lazy, or tired. But because I physically cannot get up. I can’t think of anything that would be worth getting up and doing without draining me to the point where I wish I was right back where I started. I feel nothing, I am numb,” – Anonymous. Typically, when talking about depression today’s society […]

todayJanuary 23, 2018 1

Lifestyle

Five Things Every Student Can Relate To

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor When first enrolling in college, it may be easy to assume how student life will go for you. Getting to make your own schedule, being away from home, and interacting with new people are just some of the freedoms and benefits you think about when picking where you want to go. Experiences vary from student to student, but there a few things that every […]

todayJanuary 18, 2018

Lifestyle

Finish Strong during Finals Week

By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor In honor of finals week rapidly approaching and my busiest semester ever coming to a close, I’d like to share some of my favorite tactics for maximizing productivity that I’ve found to be very helpful over the last four years. This balancing act that we consider college life can be an easy one to slip on, and nobody’s blaming you for not being a […]

todayDecember 9, 2017 1

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