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Behind the scenes: The Collegian advertising team

Behind the scenes: The Collegian advertising team

Josie Nelson, Advertising Representative and Designer April 27, 2022

When you look at this picture, you probably haven’t seen us before associated with this newspaper–maybe you have. This unbelievable, all-female team is a crucial reason for your picking up of this...

Lorna Wounded Head is the Family Resource Management Field Specialist at SDSU.

Paying attention to federal student loans during deferment

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist, SDSU Extension April 26, 2022

Since March 2020, federal student loans payments have been deferred and interest rates are zero percent. The student loan payment relief will continue until Aug. 31, 2022. For current students, the payment...

Book review: Fish in a Tree

Book review: Fish in a Tree

Andrea Huete, Copy Editor (She/Her) April 26, 2022

​​As an Early Childhood Education major, I was required to take a class called Survey of Middle-Level Education, EDFN 300. My instructor, Betsy L. Schamber, had us read a novel, “Fish in a Tree,”...

Lorna Wounded Head is the Family Resource Management Field Specialist at SDSU.

Writing achievable financial goals

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist, SDSU Extension April 5, 2022

After you set your realistic budget and know which strategies you can realistically use to reach your savings goals, you are on the right path. However, staying on that path can often be one of the hardest...

Issue: Thank you, senior women’s basketball players

Issue: Thank you, senior women’s basketball players

Editorial Board April 5, 2022

Heading into the WNIT Championship Saturday, four Jackrabbit seniors knew they were playing in their last collegiate game. It was apparent within the game’s first few minutes that it would be the...

Lainey Wilson brings “bell bottom country” to The District

Lainey Wilson brings “bell bottom country” to The District

Christian Larson, Music Columnist April 5, 2022

A month ago, country breakout star Lainey Wilson was crowned “New Female Artist of the Year” at the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards while her number-one breakthrough single, “Things A Man Oughta...

Maren Morris strips things back on third studio album, “Humble Quest”

Maren Morris strips things back on third studio album, “Humble Quest”

Christian Larson, Reporter March 30, 2022

After scoring a pop megahit with DJ/producer Zedd (“The Middle”) in 2018 and a slow-burning crossover hit of her own in 2020 (“The Bones”), country-pop superstar Maren Morris returns to her country...

Rebecca Serle’s novel transports its readers

Rebecca Serle’s novel transports its readers

Hemishka Lobin, Guest Columnist March 29, 2022

After the death of her mother, main character Katy Silver feels adrift. The story describes her relationship with her mother Carol and her marriage with her husband, Eric. Katy decides to go to Italy alone,...

Grammy Guesses

Grammy Guesses

Christian Larson, Reporter March 29, 2022

The 64th annual Grammy Awards are finally upon us. The 64th annual Grammy Awards are finally upon us. The ceremony was originally scheduled for Jan. 31 at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, but was postponed...

Collegian graphic by Abbey Nielson

Attention graduates- student loan repayment

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist, SDSU Extension March 29, 2022

In one month, approximately one-fourth of SDSU students will graduate. As you work toward securing your first professional job, now is also the time to review your student loan situation. For federal loans,...

ISSUE: Is daylight saving time worth the hassle?

ISSUE: Is daylight saving time worth the hassle?

Editorial Board March 22, 2022

Last Tuesday, The U.S. Senate approved a bill that would make the dreaded daylight saving time (DST) permanent starting in 2023, meaning no more turning the clocks back and forth. This comes after most...

Lorna Wounded Head is the Family Resource Management Field Specialist at SDSU.

How to handle credit responsibly

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist, SDSU Extension March 22, 2022

We know you have more than likely received mail from a credit lender saying, “you have been prequalified for a $1,000 credit line.” Did you know that credit card companies often target college students...

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