Closed-note exams hold students back from learning skills they will need in their careers. All exams should be open-note to teach people how to be resourceful and find reliable information quickly, as well as to ease unnecessary anxiety.
Adjunct History Professor Randal Beeman shared how fatherly love pulled him out of the darkest moments of his life. Today, he appreciates the love his father showed him and now shares that love with his own children.
Host Gabrielle Salgado talks with sophomore Isabel Montoya about the importance of family and a support system in athletics, especially for mental health.
Student Affairs modified its pricing model for wellness services and expanded resources at the Student Health Center, Counseling Center, Student Care Team and Title IX Office. Starting fall 2022, students will pay a flat rate Wellness Fee to fund the changes.
Autumn’s parents Gary and Ellen Tennison shared memories of their daughter Autumn. Autumn was a Seaver junior who died March 7 on campus.
Kindness seems to be more elusive as the world and our lives grow busier. News Assistant Graeson Claunch shares about why showing others kindness can brighten someone’s day, and remembering to show yourself kindness is just as important.
The Student Wellness Advisory Board held “Love Your Body Week” with a series of events to encourage students to take care of themselves in every way. Junior Healthy Communities ambassador Mallory Finley said in college especially, students need a reminder to love themselves and take care of their social, mental and physical health.
TikTok rabbit holes into extreme content that you would not self-select and that you are better off not seeing. Emotionally triggering videos make TikTok an unsafe space.
Host Gabrielle Salgado talks with tennis player Pietro Fellin about his athletic journey from Italy to Malibu.
News Staff Writer Anezka Liskova shares the importance of risk taking and how it has shown her the real meaning of life and what to appreciate most.