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SDSU looks to improve students’ mental health

Sam Schauer, Reporter September 28, 2021

Mental health concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have spurred SDSU officials to come up with new ways to help students stay healthy. University officials have seen an uptick in the use of mental...

Scheduling campus healthcare services a very easy process

Scheduling campus healthcare services “a very easy process”

Brina Sturm, Assistant Lifestyles Editor (She/They) August 24, 2021

BRINA STURM Assistant Lifestyles Editor (She/They) College can be a stressful time, especially for new students, and the last thing students want to worry about is their health care options. Luckily,...

For parents, dropping a child off at college can be an emotional shock

For parents, dropping a child off at college can be an emotional shock

Symmone Gauer, Lifestyles Editor (She/her) August 24, 2021

Will they be okay? What if they can’t make friends? What will I do with my time now that they aren’t at home? These are questions parents often ask themselves after moving their child into their first...

Workplace Displacement

Workplace Displacement

Noah R. Mincheff, Opinion Editor April 23, 2020

My room is for sleeping, my desk and computer are for play. The living room is for talking with family; the kitchen is for cooking and eating. My dining room is for puzzles, hobby painting and other personal...

Compassion among the chaos: Approach COVID-19 with care and kindness

Compassion among the chaos: Approach COVID-19 with care and kindness

Natalie Hilden, Guest Columnist March 18, 2020

Amongst a flurry of COVID-19 related shutdowns, panicked minds and the looming idea of social isolation, I know that I cannot be the only college student sitting idly by waiting to once again stop themselves...

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