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By: Gianna Jelic College can be a huge adjustment in many different ways.  New people, new location, new classes, even new challenges.  One main challenge that students face is balancing their time and keeping a schedule.  Whether you have more or less time than before, managing it is a whole task of its own.   With...
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By: Gianna Jelic Anyone who has left home for college knows the overwhelming feeling of anxiety when it comes to moving in and meeting the people you’re going to be living with during this pivotal time. Many students feel significant pressure when it comes to socializing and getting to know their peers. Luckily, each freshman...
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Just one year ago, a college student graduating from the Leavey School of business could reasonably expect to make a smooth transition from the SCU campus to the Google Campus. Both environments provide structure, support, and a sense of community. However, much has changed in the last 12 months, and with no estimated date to...
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Note to self: Deleting an app from my phone does not deny its access to my calendar… Who do you share your calendar with? Stop it!   Are you concerned about the privacy of your calendar? Have you ever looked closely at the permissions that you may have granted to applications so they can access...
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Demonstrate high use of mobile apps
By Emily Vindasius   As a 20-year-old college student, I grew up surrounded by technology. By the time I was in middle school, it seemed like everyone had an iPhone ? we were only 12 years old. Around that time, Instagram started, then came Snapchat, and then came apps that allowed people to connect with...
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An awkward pause? Forgetting a name? We have all been there.  Zoom Recruitment, a nightmare or a blessing? For many universities who have had to adapt to holding classes, clubs, and sororities in an online format, it has not been a small feat. To match appropriate guidelines of social distancing, self-quarantining, and virtual retreats–Zoom has...
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