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Perseverance, Welcome to Mars

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Yesterday, around 2 p.m. MST, NASA’s Perseverance became the seventh rover from Earth and fifth from NASA to land on Mars. NASA has previously sent the rovers Sojourner (1997), Spirit (2004), Opportunity (2004) and Curiosity (2012). There have also been two Russian rovers, Mars 2 and Mars 3, both of which failed upon arrival. Just […]

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The Best Valentine’s Day Gift: A Healthy Relationship

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Love is a funny thing. It can make us happy, sad, excited, and emotional in general. There are many kinds of relationships in our lives: some romantic, some that are strictly friendships (also known as the friend-zone), family relationships, and more. Each year, many people celebrate Valentine’s Day by exchanging candy, flowers, and loving gestures. […]

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Upcoming Building Projects @ the U

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I have always had a great interest in architecture and construction. Living in housing only excited that more with the construction of Kahlert Village (KV), but all great things unfortunately must come to an end. KV’s construction was completed, so now it’s time to look at some of the new upcoming university construction projects that […]

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Tips For Success – Zoom Edition

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If somebody would have told me that my first year of college would be almost fully online, I would have laughed. As a student who learns best in person, having classes on Zoom was difficult to adapt to. While this can be seen as a negative this year, there are many ways that online classes […]

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Tips For Moving In: Spring Semester

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It’s finally spring semester. We have overcome what may have been the most difficult year of our lives. With the new year comes new resolutions, and maybe even a new room? In the following, we will discuss tips and tricks for moving into your residential space on campus this spring semester! Preparing to move There […]

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Making the Best of Public Transportation

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“I didn’t bring a car to college. How can I get around?!” Many students don’t bring a car when moving to college. It’s expensive, time consuming, and simply not necessary when living on campus. Besides, most of the places we need to go are just a 10-15-minute walk away. But what about the times you […]

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Cooking Meat-Free

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Meat is expensive and veggies are cheaper. I’m going to share some tips on how to cook without meat in ways that will still fill you up.  A MEDITERRANEAN Dish First, if you’re looking to cook something light and fresh that’s a little Mediterranean, I would try cooking with chickpeas and Israeli couscous. If you’re […]

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This is Hard…

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Is anyone else somewhere between really confused and mildly scared for their GPA? As I forever aspire to write blogs like a hilarious BuzzFeed article, I wanted to take some time to share some of my own humanity, which I think is so valuable when the only contact we have is when we suddenly lock […]

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