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Apps by major: an interactive way to study

Cramming for an exam the traditional way demands traditional tools. You’re staring at a computer screen then your eyes start to glaze over, you’re...

Roommate survival guide: tips for a crisis-free semester

The roommate from hell: An obnoxious individual who insists on scattering Geronimo’s wrappers on your side of the room and listening to Gangnam Style...

Matadors defend the Matadome in college boxing tournament

    >>CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly listed Aaron Goldwyn of USC a McArio Del Castillo's opponent. Goldwyn pulled out of the match...

Four ways to maximize your summer

It's that time of year again, when students begin to simultaneously echo the phrase, "I can't wait for summer." After the excruciating hours of cramming...

New bill could change how sexual assault crimes are reported

One in five female students is assaulted during their time in college, according to the National Institute of Justice. Colleges throughout the United States...

Studies show Facebook may affect mood more than previously thought

Social media boils down to an emotional whirlwind of status updates, tweets, retweets, selfies, shares, likes and tags. Twitter users tweet 400 million times...

Taming the jitters of public speaking

Breathe. Focus. Take your time. Speak clearly. Stand tall. Make eye contact. Sweaty palms and a knotted throat. Listen to the magnified taps of...

USU is transformed into Las Vegas casino for Matador Nights

The spring installment of Matador Nights brought together the old and the new with a club scene outdoors and a classic Las Vegas theme...

Future athletic trainers promote national training awareness month

March is National Training Awareness month with the purpose of shedding light on the frequently understated responsibilities of athletic trainers (ATs). In order to help...

Pole dancing is left up for interpretation of the performers

A stream of blue lights reflects across the mirrors in the dimmed studio perpetuating a Zen feel, similar to a yoga class. Stretching ensues...

The city of San Fernando finds its voice in a blog

The San Fernando Valley is wedged into a corner of complaints and stereotypes: A blur of 105 degree summers, a sparse night scene and...

Gala Flamenca dances across VPAC stage with style

The curtain is raised and a single beam of light spills over Carlos Rodríguez, a member of the renowned flamenco dance group Gala Flamenca....
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