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    To Swipe or Not to Swipe

    I grew up watching Disney movies of the guy swooping a girl off her feet. There always a dramatic conflict in the middle but just as the movie would end the guy would come back with a big romantic gesture and they would live happily ever after. Well… seems like Disney lied to me. Modern-day love seems to revolve around dating sites now where romance means receiving a message asking about your day instead of a bad pick up line. However, I have seen a few success stories so maybe love isn’t dead yet? A great part of quarantine though is these sites giving more features for free. For example,…

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    Quality Quarantine

    Bored in the house and in the house bored? If you know what that means you have probably spent way too much time on TikTok. Don’t worry I am right there with you but there are other activities to try to pass this time in quarantine. We obviously all miss being able to hang out with our friends and going out. However, there are plenty of things you can do during this time! Do Zoom Happy Hours Get your friends or family together on Zoom, Webex, or Facetime. It is a great way to get everyone together and socialize at home while having a drink with everyone. Have fun with…

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    The College Student Holiday

    Spring breaking on a budget Traveling is so fun and it’s even better when you can make those memories with your friends. Spring break is the most talked about and looked forward to “holiday” for college students. Everyone wants to go away to a warm place with the sun shining, waves crashing, and beautifully green palm trees. This can be an expensive trip but my friend and I managed to plan our spring break trip for $300 per person.┬áSo how did we do this? LOTS OF PLANNING! Hotel First, we started with the most important step… choosing where we wanted to stay. Then we stalked hotel prices, read all the…

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    The Introvert’s Guide to Getting Involved

    I moved around a lot during middle school which meant coming into high school I didn’t have many friends. This affected me throughout high school, I was never able to settle into one friend group and instead floated around. Once I got to college, I made it one of my goals to get involved so I could meet new people. I did community college first but there were still opportunities to get involved so that is exactly what I did. Was I crazy nervous? Absolutely. Was I so shy I barely talked to people? OH yeah. However, I started by joining the business club and student government during my freshman…