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How to Make Money From Home Without Taking Off Your PJs

If only people regarded working from home and staying indoors for an extended period of time as socially acceptable. Oh wait — they do! As of now, our reality specifically caters to this exact fate. And while the circumstances that brought us into the daydream of an introvert should have arrived under less deadly terms,…

15 COVID-19 Safe Ways to Celebrate the Holidays in 2020

There’s no place like home for the holidays, and this is especially true in 2020. While staying home may feel like a damper on your Christmas spirit, it’s more important than ever before to stay safe during the next few weeks. Spending time with friends and family, even virtually, can bring joy into an otherwise…

Top 10 COVID-19 Safe Activities to Do Near Fresno, California

Locals may know Fresno as one of the most boring places to live in as there’s not much to do around town. But the city has slowly progressed into a place for locals to rediscover the beauty in their community’s diverse experiences. When COVID-19 hit, Fresno slowly reverted to a desert town, with nothing much…

Breaking the Binary: My Journey into Identifying as Non-Binary

I’m going to cut to the chase. Biological assigned sex and gender are not the same thing. The spectrum of gender identities doesn’t exclusively mean one can only be feminine or masculine. The possibilities to branch out from what society has deemed “normative” are endless for anyone—and I’m finally realizing that includes me. giphy.com Identifying…

The Döner Project: My Berlin Budget as a College Student

Traveling abroad on its own sounds like a great expense, but Berlin is a city like no other. Artsy yet beautifully bleak, you’ll find yourself at the edge of the world. Though the city is quickly gentrifying, there are still many cheap eats and local spots you can visit on a night out. Here is…

CM’s Guide to the Print and Digital Journalism Major

It’s no secret that print journalism is not what it used to be. People don’t wake up on Sunday morning and go to the corner store to get the newspaper. No one spends their morning with a coffee in one hand and USA Today in the other. Now, people unplug their phone from the charger…

Away from Home and Feeling Gross: Being Sick My Freshman Year

My freshman year of college was filled with new experiences. It was my first time living on my own. I no longer endured curfews or felt a need to tell people where I was going. I stayed out late, enjoyed the freedoms of college and participated in the college lifestyle with football games and nights…

A Tale of Two Twin Flames

Submitted by Rea Hickox My best friend is a boy of the name John Doe. He was not always a boy, nor was his last name always Doe but he is a very handsome boy and was a very ugly girl. His hair changes color too often to actually assign it a color, a tradition…

Battling Boredom: 10 Movies to Binge Over Winter Break

Nothing to do over winter break? Let your Christmas be filled with mirth by watching the following films. Although this break won’t look the same with the pandemic continuing to progress, there still remain opportunities to find some joy! Here are 10 movies to binge over winter break once you start running out of things…

Being an Asian-American: Learning to Accept Both Halves of Myself

West Nyack: a small suburban town in New York with a population that is 75.5% white. Growing up there, I so desperately wanted to abandon being an Asian-American for that majority. My parents immigrated from China in their early 20s in pursuit of the American Dream. My brother and I are the first ones in…

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