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Multitasking at its finest

Some people would never spoil their TV time by multitasking, they worked hard to have time to relax. They can do that, and you can finish that scarf you always wanted to make. 

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Support our fellow Nebraskans

It may not be flooding where you are, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be affected.

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Let your imagination roam

While tie-dying would not look great on a resume, it is a part of my identity and that is something I feel we forget to value at times.
As the wise Terence McKenna once said “We must create our culture . . . You want to reclaim your mind and get it out of the hands of the cultural engineer.”

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Watch out for caffeine addiction

Of course, sipping a Pepsi or cappuccino isn’t the same as snorting an illegal narcotic. In terms of harm, the side effects of caffeine can hardly be compared with those of more notorious drugs. But this doesn’t mean that we should completely disregard our reliance on the popular stimulant. 

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Columns
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On the Bright Side: Look for ways to volunteer

The community of Chadron supports the college a lot. Many businesses offering student discounts and very welcoming the college kids. I’m sure there are plenty of ways that we can offer students more activities off campus and somehow give back to the community at the same time.

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Don’t go toe-to-toe with winter weather

If you’re like me and have been born and raised in the Midwest, you’re no stranger to winters like these. When hills and roads pile with the dreaded white stuff, we don’t blink an eye.

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Columns
Opinion

On the Bright Side : If you need help, reach out

Getting that validation to eradicate scenarios made up in your mind. Other times it’s panicking about very irrelevant things but it doesn’t show on the outside. In some serious cases it causes rapid breathing, sweaty palms, and your chest feeling very heavy. These are just examples of anxiety.

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Put schoolwork above social media

There is no doubt social media has become part and parcel of a student’s daily life, but does social media affect an individual’s education drastically?  Personally, I enjoy the use of social media, and quite truthfully most people do too, but when I stop to think for a second how much time I spend on […]

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Columns
Opinion

On the Bright Side: Keep your family in the loop

So many times we are caught up in school, practice, work, clubs and just trying to get through the day we forget to check in with the people who want to see us succeed. The least that you can do is set aside 10 or 15 minutes to fill them in on the things going on in your life or how classes are going. Just catch up with them. 

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Editorial
Opinion

To love… or not to love : Pros and cons to Valentine’s Day

The Eagle editors list the pros and cons of Valentines day in this week’s special Valentine’s Day issue.

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