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Adding J-Term to Lewis

January terms, or J-terms, are programs that universities implement to allow students to be able to get ahead of their schedule with their degrees. J-terms typically start at the beginning of January, which means a shorter winter break, but that’s up to the student. The term lasts between 10 to 16 days, although they could […]

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Generalization of Hispanic Heritage Month needs to stop

Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) ended a couple of weeks ago, and it was yet again filled with companies misusing and generalizing labels/terms to represent the whole hispanic and Latino population in their posts and ads.    Ever since I moved to the U.S. five years ago, all I see this time of the year is […]

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Are influencers overpaid?

Everyone is on social media nowadays, but few are able to turn it into a job. What makes these people so special to make thousands, sometimes millions, of dollars off of views and make a career out of it? We all look for our 15 minutes of fame each time we post something on a […]

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Kiwibots too expensive for college students

While walking around campus, you’ll likely run into a little black box with digital eyes. It might sound scary at first, especially if you’re walking around at night, but don’t be alarmed, it’s just the new Kiwibots delivering food to students. But how many students are truly utilizing these food-delivering robots?    The Kiwibots are […]

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Bye-bye daylight savings time

Daylight savings needs to simply go away. What good does it do for us anyway? It actually does more harm than good to us by messing with our circadian rhythm, which harms our mental, physical and behavioral health.    On March 15, 2022, the U.S. Senate passed legislation to make daylight saving time permanent starting […]

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Change your major as much as you need

Did you know that about 80% of students in the U.S. end up switching their major at least once? It amazes me to see how much pressure we put on ourselves to know at the age of 18 what we want to do with the rest of our lives. Sometimes I don’t even know what […]

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