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Kyle Barras

Productivity with Some Fun Along the Way

Posted by Kyle Barras

Your college years will by far be some of the most memorable years of your life. But how can you be expected to graduate in four years, while building a resume, interning, working, going to school and still having fun along the way? You must be creative with your time. Utilize every moment that you are doing something fun as a time to be productive. For example, you may hang out with your friends and study or review your lecture notes. When you have a group project in class, don’t just do the project; make meaningful connections with your peers as you do it. Get to know them, what their major is, what their aspirations are, and more. Networking doesn’t necessarily need to occur in a professional office setting.


Mireille Garcia Serrato

Don’t Let Senioritis Get to You!

Posted by Mireille Garcia Serrato

Seniors! This is your last year of high school and that means you should end it with good grades!

 

Although it may seem like there are still months of school left, don’t let that fool you. Homecoming is right around the corner, the semester is almost at its end, prom will be here soon, and the next thing you know, you’re walking up the stage to pick up your diploma. Time will fly by so quickly without you even noticing it.

 

Remember it is important to keep your grades up for college admission. The CSU campuses require you to maintain your GPA throughout your senior year. Show the colleges that you applied to that you are still academically prepared for university-level courses. Eventually, when the time comes to submit your final senior year grades, you can be proud of what you have accomplished. This is your last year and that means make it the best possible, and that includes your grades!


Kiera Sailor

Nurture Your Mind, Body and Spirit

Posted by Kiera Sailor

My first year as a freshman, I wasn’t homesick at all; I felt independent and free. However, my second year as a biology major became more intense, and the reality of academic difficulty hit me. I had to create new study tools and habits because the classes were very different from my first year classes. I didn’t know what to do. I was overwhelmed with chemistry exams, biology labs, social life and a part- time job. My family was encouraging but we were unable to talk face to face.

 

Then my friend referred me to CAPS, my campus Counseling and Psychological Services. Many students are ashamed to take advantage of these services, although they provide extremely valuable resources. The counselors are so caring and encouraging, and are available to speak with you one on one. They also work with your schedule and your preferences for a counselor. Just think of them as advisors for the mind, body and spirit, guiding you on how to balance every aspect of your life.


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