Nowadays, many would agree it would be difficult to live without their cell phone, something created to be fast and convenient with the ability to satisfy business or work related matters and entertainment all in one. What more could you ask for? Email, Internet, camera/video and music are just a few applications that come as a standard with most cell phones these days.
If you’re stressed out all the time, feeling like your life consists of work, school, and sleep or you’re lost and confused about what’s right for your future, then you’re not alone. Research from the American Psychosocial Association has shown that 41 percent of 20 to 29-year-olds say they feel significantly pressured or almost more stress than they can bear.
It’s that glorious time of year again. When the days get busier and the nights grow colder, we all fall victim to symptoms of the common cold and flu; and of course, the true Grinch of winter never has convenient timing. “Who has the time to get sick now a days?” said senior Sonya Shah.
Is It Those Nostalgic Memories That Define Our Friendships?
Friendship, a relationship between two people, who hold mutual affection for one another; a shared bond that makes someone who is not blood related, feel like family. What in the world would we be without our friends, right? Remember That Time?
Black Friday: the infamous day after Thanksgiving holiday; a day that appeals to many Americans yet raises feelings of intimidation and frustration.
In the Midst of Hurricane Disaster, One of Our Biggest Concerns is ‘Will My Battery Die?’
After two long weeks, the University gets back on its feet as students, faculty, and staff members finally return to their daily routines and fall back in to a s tate of normalcy.