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One Bright Thing

Posted on 08 May 2020 by , , , , , , , , , , and

Introduction By Professor Steve Mark, Advisor to Horizons   In this article in April,  The New York Times posed an important question to some of its long-time reporters:  In these dark days, what’s one bright thing?    For this assignment, I posed the same question to Horizons staff.   What is “one bright thing” for you during these sometimes […] Continue Reading…

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Grateful for You

Posted on 05 May 2020 by

Thank you, for being there for me better than I was for myself. Thank you, for never giving up on my dreams even if it meant putting a pause on your own. Thank you, for helping me instead of hurting me to grow and mature, not only academically but in every aspect of my life. […] Continue Reading…

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Write It Out!

Posted on 01 May 2020 by

Have you ever told yourself that you completed an assignment, but in reality, the work did not get done? If so, you are not the only one! Whether you are a visual learner or not, taking physical notes guarantee work completion more than online or mental notation. Being a college student is not an easy […] Continue Reading…

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Getting Rid of Your Fear and Anxiety

Posted on 28 April 2020 by

Raise your hand if you’ve worried at least twice a day on what you’re doing with your life at school since this quarantine started. If you raised your hand to any of those statements there is a lot of thinking going on in your head and you’ve possibly become frustrated with your thoughts. To keep […] Continue Reading…

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Too Much Time for Too Many Episodes

Posted on 10 April 2020 by

Shifting from not having time to do anything to having too much time to things has been quite an interesting shift. Before this transition, I had little to no time to do things that I enjoy, or things that make me happy. I was tired of taking care of so many obligations but never having […] Continue Reading…

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Productivity During the Pandemic

Posted on 03 April 2020 by

Every time you think about something, your thoughts don’t just disappear into time, they slowly stack on top of each other until something is done about it. Either it’s through a mental breakdown in the middle night, or it’s through becoming mindful about your thoughts. These are the days of COVID-19, where people are stressing […] Continue Reading…