Employers are not giving students enough of a reason to work, despite claims that students “are too lazy to get a job.”
Tag: college students
Netflix’s new password sharing policy neglects college students
The streaming service that once declared “Love is sharing a password” is now punishing college students living outside of their household.
Sleepless in Seattle
Booking a last-minute flight to Washington allowed me to live in the moment during winter break.
Students face anxiety over in-person finals
Students are returning to in-person finals since the start of the pandemic and find ways to best prepare for the traditional test taking.
How to survive midterms and finals
There are many tips and tricks that can assist with reducing the stress of midterms and finals.
Cheering for Sister Cindy is bad, even if you’re doing it ironically
When Sister Cindy visits The Beach, students greet the hateful preacher with smiles and applause. Consider the harm your attention is doing.
Grieving the loss of a loved one is difficult as a college student
As a college student living far from home, losing someone is one of the hardest experiences, but there are many healthy ways to grieve instead of resorting to negative coping mechanisms.
It’s time for Californians to lock their clocks
As of March 15, the U.S. Senate has unanimously passed the Sunshine Protection Act which could make Daylight Savings Time permanent starting in November of 2023 if passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.
Journey of a first generation college student
Being the first person to attend college in my family, let alone on the journey to graduate, can bring a lot of pressure. Along with being very proud of myself for doing so, I’ve struggled a lot.
New crisis text line provides around the clock mental health services
The hotline will provide students and staff with 24/7 support and resources for their troubling needs.