Opinion

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Opinion

Strive to make monthly goals

Big goals are a good starting point, but they aren’t helpful. Break down a New Year’s goal into baby steps. Ask yourself questions. What do you mean by “become a better person”?

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Opinion
Reviews

The Eagle Reviews: You offers capturing glimpse into a stalker’s mind

I’m always on the lookout for a great show to watch. Sometimes, I go off a recommendation a friend gave me. Other times I hear about a show from the proverbial grapevine and do the digging myself. However, most of the time I find these shows through happy accidents. Such was the case for You.

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Opinion

Planners for success: Make planning fun, but prioritize

Will it last? Let us hope so. I have come up with some good tips on how to stick to keeping a planner. I am going to keep my planner and be the best person I can be.

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Letters

Farewell CSC students: A letter from Dr. Pat Beu

Dr. Pat Beu, Senior Director of Student Affairs, offers advice to CSC students before his last day

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Opinion

Focus on the task at hand

Focus on your tasks, not the people. With this being said, the people around you are still important, but as a college student it is important to realize that your work will define you in a way that’s more important than the word of your peers. There are so many assignments and opportunities during our […]

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Editorial
Opinion

Take care of yourself and others in the new year

So as a new year rolls around I have a New Year’s resolution for myself and for all of you who struggle with keeping positive confidence. Have the courage to be good to yourself and be good to others. This may seem like an easy task but being the 10th day of the year I have had a few struggles with my proposed resolution.

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Opinion

On The Bright Side: Strengthen your mind with reading

One of my greatest passions is reading. There is nothing better to me than finding a book I truly enjoy.

I know that is not the case for everyone. There are some people who really struggle with finding a book they enjoy or just don’t care for it at all. Many people that I talk to about how they’ve struggled with literature is from a past experience in the educational system.

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Editorial

Resolve to be better informed

New Year’s resolutions are always a hit and miss. I’ve never been big on celebrating the New Year, so resolutions generally aren’t at the top of my list. One year I resolved to keep a diary and cut back on chocolate; fast-forward to today and I’ve got an unfilled journal and candy wrappers next to my bed, so that’s my track record in a nutshell.

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Featured
Opinion

From the editor’s desk: Six final thoughts

When I sat down to write this article, I was angry. I was mentally prepared to write a big tell off opinion, spill all the tea and leave nothing left unsaid for my last article.

That, despite my true feelings, is not how this article is going to go. Quite a few things at CSC get under my skin, but anger is not how I would like to be remembered, nor what I would like to focus on. Instead, I want to let you know what I’ve learned during my time at The Eagle.

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News
Opinion

Host families help fill gap for holiday season

It’s officially the season to celebrate the holidays with family and friends.  So often we look forward to getting home after our last finals, seeing family and eating real home cooked food.

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