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Why anxiety is not something you can just “get over”

Hannah Hale hhale3@radford.edu Everybody gets stressed, right? Everyone experiences worry, right? If that is the case, then why are so many individuals complaining about it and saying they have an anxiety disorder? As someone who has anxiety, I am here to explain why it is different from normal worry or stress and why it is […]

Summer jobs for students

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Maggie Brown mbrown245@radford.edu I think I can speak for all college kids when I say we are broke. We go the whole year paying for books, school loans, and daily necessities. So, when we have that three-month break, some of us like to get a job to earn back some money for the next year. […]

Things to do before leaving Radford for the summer

I know we are all excited for the semester to end. It is a great accomplishment to say that we have made it this far. Some are finishing their first year of college like myself, while some are saying goodbye to the great college years behind them and hello to their career ahead. Before we […]

How to take advantage of summer break

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Hannah Curran hcurran1@radford.edu There are lots of expectations that people have towards finally being on summer break. Going to the beach, going on road trips, seeing friends back home, and maybe getting that summer job back from last year. Summer means bliss and for most, no more school for three months and nothing critical to […]

Superhero Summer

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Hailey Wilt | hwilt@radford.edu Summer is a time for rest, relaxation, and most importantly movies. The highest grossing films of all time, such as Jurassic World, The Avengers, The Dark Knight, and Finding Dory were all released during the summer months and had grossed more than $2,296,500,000 altogether. Typically, the months from May to July […]

Why “me” days are completely necessary

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Maggie Brown mbrown245@radford.edu College is home to some of the most stressed-out people around. Being a full-time student is extremely stressful, especially for students who work as well. Students stress over time management, grades, their social lives, and money. It can even be hard for the student to establish a social life outside of schoolwork […]

Social media and mental health: Does it affect a person positively or negatively

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Mekhiya Gregory gmekhiya@radford.edu Social media is an outlet for a lot of individuals to be creative. It is a mixture of a lot of personalities, as well as opinions. Our society has evolved to the clicking and sounds of our cell phones notifying us when something is posted on social media. We have become addicted […]

Why anxiety is not something you can just “get over”

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Hannah Hale hhale3@radford.edu Everybody gets stressed, right? Everyone experiences worry, right? If that is the case, then why are so many individuals complaining about it and saying they have an anxiety disorder? As someone who has anxiety, I am here to explain why it is different from normal worry or stress and why it is […]

Student reactions to mandatory two year on campus housing

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Hannah Hale hhale3@radford.edu Radford University freshmen have repeatedly expressed their opinions on the enforcement of the four semester living policy. This states that incoming freshmen have to live on campus for two years, but many officials and tour guides allegedly told students who were signing that they only were required to live on campus for […]

Should fire drills be regulated?

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Emily Sargent esargent@radford.edu Fire drills are an important part of school, especially for college students who live in a dorm. They help students prepare for a real fire or other emergency. However, fire drills at Radford are not completely regulated, as they can happen at any time of the day without warning. This can be […]

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