Sunday, April 18, 2021

Julia Meehan

Stress is not a competition

We’ve all been in this situation: it’s only Monday and you already have 55 pages to read for class tomorrow, two essays due this week and two exams to study for.Overwhelmed, you turn to our friends to let out your stress. Your friend empathizes with you but makes sure to let you know that you have it easy because they have even more to do. Sure, you’re stressed out, but they claim they’re feeling even worse.

First-generation students break boundaries

When Ana Gutiérrez first immigrated to the United States three years ago, she was still learning English, and college wasn’t really on her mind. Now as a sophomore communications studies major, she proudly shared her journey to college in front of a large room of students, faculty and alumni.

CUB Alt Coffeehouse brews romance

Open mics, love songs and passionate student musicians made for a heartwarming CUB Alt Coffeehouse on Friday, Feb.14 in the Traditions Lounge. The Valentine’s Day chapter of the open-mic series centered around romantic ballads and featured several student musicians, who poured their hearts into their performances.

CUB Alt Coffeehouse awakens audience

Season two of CUB Alt’s Coffeehouse series is back by popular demand. The series kicked off on Friday, Jan. 31 in the Traditions lounge.

Students design new games – in just 48 hours

Students participated in the Global Game Jam, an event that challenges people from across the world to create a video game from scratch in just 48 hours, from Friday, Jan. 31 through Sunday, Feb 2 in the Arts and Interactive Multimedia building.

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