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So You Hate New Year’s Resolutions

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor I have never really been one to jump on the New Year’s Resolution band wagon, that is until recently. I always associated the idea of a resolution with the inevitable reality that it would probably fail by mid-January. I decided that setting goals that could be achieved in a shorter […]

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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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Staying Safe at Parties

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor The college party culture is hard to avoid, especially around the holidays. Going to parties can be a cool way to meet new people and have a good time, but not at the expense of your safety. If you’re going out this weekend, follow these tips on how to […]

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Five Tips for Graduating Seniors

By Sarah Bey Blog Content Contributor Graduations for Texas State always bring all of the pomp and circumstance for its graduates. however, with that pomp and circumstance comes anxiety shooting off of the nerve endings of the students that will walk the stage in less than a month. Like the thousands of other graduating seniors […]

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From Beaches to Books

By Asia Daggs Blog Content Contributor If you are having a difficult time getting back into your life after Spring Break, you are not alone. Spring Break is probably the most anticipated hiatus out of all holidays for everyone in school. College students have a destiny to fulfill when it comes to spring break; places […]

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