Different Study Environments

Throughout the school year, you can often find me and other students on campus in the library doing homework or catching up on studying. Most of the time, I am able to pile through a decent amount of work, but there are some days where I feel unmotivated and distracted. There are hundreds of studies…

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Be-leaf in yourself! ( and other tips on raising indoor plants)

Let me just say, I'm sorry about the pun. Nevertheless, it's true. The best way to deal with bringing plants into your living space is to be confident about what you are doing, and to gain that confidence by actually knowing what you are doing. That's where this article comes in. I've compiled a list…

Library Display Recap: June and July 2019

Each month, the Campus Library staff create multiple thoughtful displays that can be found on the first and second floors. This post documents most of the library displays in the month of June and July 2019. June Displays CANDY - 2nd Floor Created by Jolene Truong and Andrea Portugal (Circulation Student Employees) Photo taken by…

Morning Struggles: We’ve All Been There

We tend to encounter different problems when running out of the house for work or for class. This includes oversleeping, skipping breakfast, or even forgetting your wallet. Sometimes, we're unsure or unable to figure out how to resolve these problems. But not to worry, because the following problems will include my personal ideas or suggestions…

Spectacular Writing Spots on Campus

Often the magic of writing happens simply behind a desk. Writing doesn't just have to happen behind a desk though. Where you write can become an adventure in and of itself. Take a break from your desk. To find out places to write next, look to the list below of the best writing spots on…

Library Display Recap: April & May 2019

Each month, the Campus Library staff create multiple thoughtful displays that can be found on the first and second floors. This post documents all of the library displays from the months of April and May 2019. April DisplaysApril's displays featured books, media, information, and art pertaining to the topic of Poetry in different forms.April Poetry…

My journey being a female computer science student

In 1956, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of only nine women in Harvard Law School. Facing sex discrimination in the classroom, she stood out as a fearless defender of equal rights. Sixty years later, it has become part of my daily routine, since I entered the field of computer science as a woman. The programming…