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After months of questions and concerns, Stan State has announced that it will be holding on-campus Commencement ceremonies for both the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021 next month. With the first day of ceremonies being as early as May 20, students and faculty alike can now begin a countd…

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Well Stan State students, here we are, with just a few more days of spring break. We may not be doing the “typical” spring break activities like barbecues, football games on the beach, and wet T-shirt contests (or maybe we are doing some of these things, just not together as we once did), bu…

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Many college students around the world have been having a tough time maintaining school work, a social life, and a healthy lifestyle due to the current pandemic. Under the current circumstances, it may be difficult to balance all the many responsibilities that a student has throughout a semester.

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Basic Needs services at CSU Stanislaus offer an extensive and valuable list of services to support students during their time here. Consisting of multiple services, the Basic Needs umbrella provides for students experiencing food or home insecurities while they attend school at Stan State.

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Spring break is here and so is the nice weather we’ve all been waiting for! Participating in outdoor activities is a fantastic way to get out and get active while staying safe and socially distancing. We asked Stan State students to share their favorite outdoor spots in the Central Valley an…

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Spring break is once again here. Time to settle down, shut down, and break away from those constant online meetings! The pandemic is still here but fret not, spring break can still be fun and relaxing at home. Here are some ways you can have a great staycation this week. 

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Some students may be feeling that classes this semester aren’t as harmonious as the face-to-face classes of the past. With distance learning, asynchronous and synchronous virtual classes have been the only option for students. Considering our schedules constantly change as students and teach…

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On Thursday, April 1, Stanislaus State President Ellen Junn held her first Open Forum in a series of fall Friday forums scheduled to continue each Friday from 3:00 to 4:00. Topics in discussion include a variety of subjects crucial to the Stan State community.

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On Friday, March 19th, 2021, CSU Stanislaus saw the inaugural presentation in the Next UP: Forward Thinking webinar. Centered around COVID-19, mental health, and addiction, this talk revealed information on the impact of COVID on the community is already impacted by addiction.

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Wildfires have become an expected hazard during the summers in California. Recent information from Government institutions divulge potential outcomes for the summer of 2021 wildfire season.

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It has been over a week since we had to push our clocks ahead one hour. While many of us have since adjusted to the new routine, a few may still be feeling the repercussions of the schedule change. The loss of the hour is one that all students, teachers and faculty members have to handle, an…

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On Wednesday, March 24, Stan State’s College of Business Administration held its 11th Annual Women’s Leadership Forum. Female entrepreneurs located in the Central Valley gathered to discuss their experiences as business leaders and to provide advice and resources to aspiring entrepreneurs.

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On Friday, March 5, Stan State's Undocumented Student Services department teamed up with the Male Success Initiative to host a conversation on Zoom about life after college. The conversation was led by a group of students that had recently graduated. They discussed their different post-colle…

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Family, school, and work are just some examples of everyday stressors that students might experience. Taylor Whitehead, Health Educator for the Health Education and Promotion (HEP) program at the Student Health Center, wanted to help students manage these everyday stressors by hosting a work…

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According to the organization Our World in Data, there are 8.3 billion tons of plastic that have accumulated on this planet and more than 5 trillion plastic particles in the ocean. All this plastic waste is not even close to biodegrading yet. 

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According to the CDC’s NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) Science Blog, the COVID-19 pandemic has adversely impacted people’s economic, psychological, social, and physical health.

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On February 26, 2021, Black Power Matters held their third annual public event: Black Power STILL Matters. They focused on how, now in 2021, Black power still matters even after the recent political change, COVID-19, and unremitting police brutality. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the event wa…

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This month, the Recognized Student Organization (RSO) President’s Meeting covered the importance of audience engagement with WarriorHub profiles and events. In the meeting tips and ways to involve more members in your group, organization, or club were discussed.

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It can be really hard to keep ourselves in check during this pandemic, but with more time on our hands, we can definitely work on ourselves. The following are some self-improvement tips by students to remind us of ways we can not only improve our well-being, but also our daily practices.

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As students, we have numerous requirements to keep track of in order to ensure that we will be eligible to graduate from college. Juggling all of these requirements can be difficult and sometimes things fall through the cracks. So if you are a senior who just realized that you’ve forgotten t…

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Most students must work while attending college, adding to the already stressful workload that is demanded of a college student. Jobs that are obtainable are often the ones that fit a student’s schedule and are typically offering pay around minimum wage. Those jobs can be highly demanding on…

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Throughout the course of the pandemic, teaching has drastically changed. While teachers and students around the nation have been struggling to adapt to the new online classroom setting, the Single Subject Credential Program Administration, Stan State alumni and students share their thoughts …

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On Tuesday, March 9, Stan State’s Academic Senate held its fourth meeting of the spring 2021 semester. The meeting consisted of ongoing conversations about the fall 2021 semester, Blackboard no longer being used moving forward, the introduction of Ethnic Studies being a requirement for gener…

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The COVID-19 vaccine may seem scary but, for some it is the only probable solution to protect their families. According to data provided by the CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 92 million doses have been administered throughout the United States. 

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Hopping online to see that another famous name has been canceled is becoming a more common occurrence for many individuals thanks to the widespread reach of the Internet. Students may find the latest instance of cancel culture trending on their Twitter or Facebook feeds at any given time, al…

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On February 12, Stan State's campus network systems went down due to hardware failure. Despite backup systems becoming available the following day, these technical difficulties had many campus services unavailable for days, including the on-campus Wi-Fi that many students have been using thr…

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With the COVID pandemic forcing colleges to transition to an online learning format, many students have had to sacrifice the social component of their college experience. For many freshmen, this has made it difficult to form connections and a sense of community on their new campus. 

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The fight to prosecute and convict Modesto Police Officer Joseph Lamantia has continued within the community. This weekend, a protest against police brutality took place on the corner of Hatch and Crows Landing in Modesto. The protesters calling for justice on behalf of Trevor Seever, Alonso…

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Immigration is a natural part of the human experience, as it is both historical and current, both local and global. It has physical and practical motivations and impacts as much as it has emotional ramifications.

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March 12, 2020, is the day when every student and staff member at Stanislaus State received an email from Stan State President Ellen Junn announcing that until further notice we would no longer meet face-to-face for class due to the spread of COVID-19. While there was hope that this closure …

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Phishing scams have started to appear more and more frequently in our campus email. In order to avoid these cyber attacks, it may be helpful to understand how to identify them and how to proceed if you do become the victim of a phishing scam. 

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There is a new Ross coming to Turlock's Geer Road, and they are looking to hire immediately. This can be a great opportunity for members of the Stan State campus community to enter or re-enter the workforce!

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On Tuesday, February 24, the ASI Board of Directors had their weekly meeting to discuss the plans for the fall 2021 semester. Provost Kimberly Greer came to talk further and answer questions about what could be expected going into the semester. 

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The term “fitness class” alone might be enough to make you sweat. Workout classes can seem like a daunting activity, especially if you haven’t had a positive relationship with exercising. However, Stan State’s Campus Recreation is striving to create virtual group exercise (Group X) classes t…

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The Stan State Collective Healing Circle is a campus community and public event taking place on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Zoom that will provide emotional support to the undocumented community and anyone else who may be in need of an outlet.

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On February 16, career coach Nang Thao hosted an online workshop for the Stan State community that focused on improving a person’s resume. Thao touched upon a variety of topics surrounding resumes, including their purpose, different sections that should be included, how they should be struct…