Redesigning life after COVID-19

Local business owners, workers, and students adapt to changes according to their needs and abilities in a COVID-19 world. They adapt to a new normal on June 1, and continue to re-design their lives to accommodate their communities.

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The stress fest of college

Columnist says college students are stressed to the breaking point by cost of tuition, textbooks, housing, food. Unpaid internships add insult to injury.

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Get involved, don’t snub the clubs

What do you tell yourself to justify not joining a student organization? “I’m too busy.” “I’m only on campus once a week.” “I’m too old for student clubs.” Well, it’s time to ditch the excuses.

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In defense of liberal studies

I recently heard about a faculty proposal to drop or reduce the eight-credit liberal studies graduation requirement at Metro State. My first thought was: so what?

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