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International students share superstitions from India, Ethiopia, Uganda, Mexico, and Serbia. 
Graphic by Hannah Onder

Beyond the challenges: International students and the battle with COVID-19 

Lexi Barlow April 22, 2021

While waiting in line for her interview with the U.S. Embassy in Vietnam, Sheryl Vu was restless with worry and nerves.   Vu said the applicant in front of her failed the interview portion, which...

Intangible feelings: Anxiety and depression from the perspectives of students

Intangible feelings: Anxiety and depression from the perspectives of students

Lexi Barlow May 5, 2020

Sweaty palms? Tightness in chest? Lack of motivation? No desire to bathe? Many students who struggle with anxiety and depression experience these common symptoms, sometimes more during this Coronavirus...

Facts about US college students and STD rates. Courtesy: https://www.thepalmettopanther.com/day-7-college-stds-by-the-numbers/#

Rising STDs Among College Students

December 18, 2019

By Lexi Barlow, LaTerra Wair and Queen Elizondo Do you remember having the “birds and the bees” talk with your parents? That talk is being considered a conversation to have with students in the classroom...

Illustration by Elena Maldonado

Single and Not Ready to Mingle

May 14, 2019

Single college students can often be perceived to be lonely, have something wrong, or be done with dating in general. However, this is not the case all the time. Some choose to stay single because they...

Peer Pressure- A Teen Experience

Peer Pressure- A Teen Experience

December 20, 2018

The Honorable Judge Lorraine Irby remembers feeling peer pressure as a teenager. It was the summer after eighth grade, and she was starting over at a new school; she was invited to a party, and she wanted...

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