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Don’t Panic

Some people panic when things go wrong. That’s what’s happening to Nina Jaworowski’s opponent. Earlier, she had lost her doubles match, you could feel a sense of panic in her game, while Jaworowski was more relaxed. However, as the match went along, she became more relaxed and started to play better. We can all learn […]

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Patience

Patience is a virtue indeed. In her singles tennis match, Captain Nina Jaworowski tried to go for a drop shot while receiving serve. That works when it’s a weak serve, so you have time to hit any shot you like. It doesn’t work when ball is going 112mph. Instead, it’s better to hit the ball […]

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Earth Day Carnival

Denise Taylor, left and Jordan Savage of Games and Creations entertain attendees of CSUN’s Earth Day Carnival Thursday.  Photo Credit: Sarah Smith / Staff Photographer

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Safety Spray

Several varieties of pepper spray were used at Wednesday night’s basics of pepper spray defense workshop. The event was part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) to help raise public awareness about sexual violence (focusing on sexual assault and rape) and to educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence. Photo Credit: Jennifer […]

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Teaching our Kids about the Planet

Teaching our kids about how our planet works and the things that we can do to help our environment can be difficult especially when their heads are consumed with video games and the latest technology.  April 22nd marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day so there’s no better time than now to get the kids […]

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Making kids a part of spring cleaning

I don’t know who came up with the idea of spring cleaning, but for some reason whenever spring arrives I feel the need to clean.  It’s hard to get the house cleaner than normal with kids around. After all, the fingerprints on the walls are caused by them.  So this spring I’ve decided to incorporate […]

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Put the pencil down and start typing on Evernote

Microsoft Word and notebooks are two staples for students pursuing their degrees in higher education. Two problems: 1. The notebooks weigh two pounds too much for your walk from the Arbor Grill to Manzanita Hall. 2. Microsoft Word, with its thousands of features you never use, is almost as cumbersome. Time to ditch both for […]

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Get ready for Earth Day

During next weeks 40th Anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, people will be able to enter in competitions sponsored by A.S. Recycling that will take place at the Bayramian Hall Lawn from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Cash for Cans competition, for example, will ask clubs and organizations to collect as many cans […]

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RSS made easy to understand

Some access news by visiting a Web site. Others crash on the couch, consuming 30 second snippets crafted for them by one or two news sources (CNN, Fox News). However, this method of news consumption can skew a reader or viewers perception of the world. There’s a more efficient way to browse the news by […]

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Pot Talk

Retired DEA Special Agent, Bob Stutman, and High Times Magazine editor, Steven debate the controversial issue of the legalization of Marijuana in the Grand Salon, USU on Tuesday. Photo Credit: Jennifer Zeitlin / Staff Photographer

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Change your Tactic

People should learn from their failures If a plan doesn’t work, something needs to be changed. In her doubles match, Captain Nina Jaworowski kept exchanging backhands with the opponent. However, her backhand wasn’t as strong as her opponent’s so she kept losing the points. I usually make the same mistake as I keep playing slice […]

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Over Confidence

Over confidence is unnecessary. During the doubles tennis game featuring BrookeDoane/AnnaYang, Doane kept making unforced errors with her volley. She was underestimating her opponent, thus affecting her level of focus. This can lead the opponent to gain confidence and cause an upset. You always want to put the pressure right from the beginning until the […]

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