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On a wooden table sits a piece of grid paper with handwritten text and small pen drawings atop a black folder and a multicolored spiral planner with wildflowers and butterflies on the cover. The planner cover reads 2021-2022. To the right of the planner is a black pen, a yellow Sharpie highlighter and pink and blue marker pens. On top of the grid paper is a black marker and an orange marker pen. In the top right corner is the edge of an opaque black water bottle.

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Helpful Tools to Keep Track of Class Assignments

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Classes have started up again and for some of us, they are kicking our behinds. Most of us know what it’s like to miss a due date because we have trouble remembering all of our assigned work. Surely something is bound to slip through the cracks. Perhaps you have experienced so much stress to keep track of deadlines that you end up compromising your […]

todayFebruary 2, 2022 56 1

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What To Do Once School Ends

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor Given the global pandemic, most of us are confined to our homes for the summer. Classes have ended and students will now have to find other things to occupy their time. The following are some ideas on how to spend your summer in-doors productively. Start a hobby Hobbies to explore. Image by Andrea Mau via Canva. Everyone has a hobby they’ve always wanted to pick […]

todayMay 30, 2020 6

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Why it’s Okay to Just be Okay During a Pandemic

By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor “This is a pandemic not a productivity contest.” I don’t know who first posted this phrase or where it originated, but I first saw it on Twitter and its was exactly what I needed. There have been events in history that have impacted and changed society forever. Events like Pearl Harbor and 9/11 have changed the world forever and COVID-19 will be no different. It […]

todayApril 27, 2020 6

An edit of my face in a graduation cap with small captions and squiggles surrounding them.

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Senior Year & the Fear of Figuring It Out

By Paola BakkerWeb Content Contributor Senior year, baby! The time to blow off your work and live it up, right? More like shoving resume-builders, classes and a social life all into one mess of a year. Senior year is a stressful time, with thoughts of entering the real world looming over our heads. Whether you’re looking forward to being done or dreading college coming to an end, post-grad life is […]

todaySeptember 27, 2019 146

Grey Macbook with colorful stickers on top and a black planner with purple lettering

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What to Have in Your Backpack This September

By Mia RobinsonWeb Content Contributor During this week of lugging my backpack around campus in the heat, I discovered some items that you cannot leave the house without. The products range from must needed school supplies all the way to the little things like chapstick. Some of the most important things to have in your backpack at all times is a planner, a laptop and headphones. Without a planner sometimes […]

todaySeptember 13, 2019 281

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Approaching Finals

By Hannah Holder Blog Content Contributor Summer is almost here! But first, finals. Finals week is that long week of stress, misery, sleep deprivation and procrastination. This semester though, let's finish strong. If we plan accordingly, stay focused, stay hydrated, rest well and study right we’ll be sure to ace finals. It's 4.0 season, so let’s get started. Plan accordingly One of the most important factors to succeeding. If you’re […]

todayMay 1, 2018 17

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The Ingredients of a Good Group

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor This semester, I knew I was going to have two groups in two different classes. I was a bit nervous because group projects are always a risk. Sometimes the people click and it’s smooth sailing throughout the project and other times, it’s like pulling teeth-- long and painful. I was lucky enough to have both groups work together to get our complete our projects. […]

todayApril 14, 2017 7

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A Safe Haven for Underrepresented Students at Texas State

By Edgardo Hernandez, Jr. Blog Content Contributor Universities offer various amounts of programs and organizations available for students to participate in, which is what many students seek in order to get the full college experience. Integrating into a community is fun and exciting, though it can also be very intimidating. Fortunately at Texas State, students seeking to integrate into their community can find a safe space for social interaction at the […]

todayMarch 5, 2017 8

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Apps to Keep You Productive This Semester

By Cain Hernandez Blog Content Contributor Despite constantly having my smartphone on my me at all times, I never utilize any of its functionality. Aside from checking my emails, I have yet to take advantage of the millions of apps available to keep you productive and punctual. Even the stock apps like calendar and reminder, which are made to make your life easier, sit in a folder hidden from all […]

todayJanuary 19, 2017 42

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