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Your Brain on College

April 23, 2018

Written and illustrated by Ashton Johnson How to wire your mind for success   YOU’RE FINALLY AN ADULT. You’ve made it to college, and now you get to decide on what to do with your life. Congrats! But you’re not done growing up. If you’re in your early...

Ten Tips for the Break

March 7, 2018

Written by Hayley Maine, Illustration by Ashley Peterson   Helpful safety tips for Spring Break 2018   Spring Break is fast approaching –it starts Friday, March 17 in case you forgot to mark your calendars– so here are some pro-t...

Be Positive: First Blood Donor Experience

October 8, 2017

By: Nolan Temple I'd never donated blood until the American Red Cross held a blood drive in Columbus State's Davidson Center, and I was able to spare about a pint of my life force. Earlier this summer, they announced that there was a shortage of...

CSU NEWS: “Hurricane Harvey” Blood Drive

September 5, 2017

by Scottie DeClue, PhotoName Assistance from student organizations requested by SGA   The Columbus State University SGA Executive board is in the early planning stages of organizing a blood drive to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey that caused ...

Five New Physical Therapy Scholarships Announced

September 1, 2017

Written by Toni Stauffer, Managing Editor   Deadline October 31     Reminder Services, Inc., a provider of automated communications for the healthcare industry announced the launch of a new scholarship program for students purs...

CSU Student-Athletes Host 5k for Make-A-Wish Foundation

April 13, 2017

Written by Scottie Declue     According to a press release by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), the SAAC at Columbus State University will host a 5k race on Saturday, April 29. The proceeds of the race will benefit th...

One Fish, Two Fish…Three Fish?

April 6, 2017

Written by Elizabeth Freilich   Guy meets girl. They’re mutually attracted, and become the new hot couple. This is the standard we see played out in writing, on the big screen, and on stage again and again. However, relationships are far mor...

Don’t Call It a Dummy: How CSU’s Nursing Students Train for Medical Emergencies

March 1, 2017

Written by Ashton Johnson        His name was Gregg Gantz—a man with an agitated wife, nine children, and Crohn’s disease. The instructor gave her nursing students a run-down of his condition. Then, they broke off into groups. Eac...

Get Fit Tips for Spring Break

March 1, 2017

Written by Ambria Morris   Getting fit for spring break can be intimidating, especially for people who have no idea where to begin or who may have never even stepped foot in a gym. These tips will ease your fears and help you get to the bea...

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