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The Sleepy Bird

By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Is it really true that the early bird gets the worm? Honestly, I don’t think this is always the case. I have never been a morning person, and I don’t think I will ever be. I believe 8:00 a.m. classes should be banned from all schools since brains don’t […]

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5 Quick Tips: How to Stay Awake During Class

By Brent Ramirez Blog Content Contributor If there’s one word that embodies no sleep or a lack thereof, the word is “college.” From pulling all-nighters to study for exams, to parties that eventually turn into shameful 4 a.m. Taco Bell runs, college is a land where sleep nearly ceases to exist. While a subspecies of the […]

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Why Sleep Should Be a Priority

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor Sleep is one of the most important human needs. Oddly enough most people don’t get enough of it, especially college students. Between studying for classes, working and trying to keep up a social life, sleep is almost always put on the back burner. Students should consider sleep as important […]

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Studying Before the Big Day

By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor I went through midterms this week and I am currently dying. I have only gotten about 12 hours of sleep for the whole week which is made visibly evident by the black circles under my eyes. I just want to go to bed for a whole week and binge […]

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5 Things to Consider When It’s Time to Study

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor 1. Your notes If your class notes are not the best, you should think about different techniques you can use during class. Sometimes it might help to print out materials the professor offers beforehand. Filling in the notes already printed out with details that are mentioned in class will […]

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Tips and Tricks to Deal With Stress

By Janessa Rutiaga Blog Content Contributor As college students, we all understand the feeling of immense pressure and stress. For some of us that have a heavy work load, the feeling is constant. For others, it comes and goes as the rounds of tests and projects do. I had never experienced true stress until my freshman […]

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The Need to Know: Sleep Edition

By Asia Daggs Assistant Web Content Manager Everyone is probably in their final stages of getting back to their regular school routines. One of the bigger transitional issues we commonly deal with is our sleep schedule. Our bodies have trouble falling asleep due to daily habits of eating late, being ‘plugged in’ for late hours […]

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