Making a Psychologist Part of Your Life
Nov14

Making a Psychologist Part of Your Life

I’ve been thinking about going to see a psychologist. To be honest, I’m not sure how comfortable I am with the idea. I am not great at sharing stuff (even writing this letter is kind of tough for me). I don’t know how I’ll feel talking to someone who I have to pay to listen to me. And I don’t want to feel like I “need” to go to a psychologist if that makes sense. I don’t want to feel...

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When to Hire a Tax Attorney
Nov14

When to Hire a Tax Attorney

I’m graduating soon, have a job lined up, and will be moving to a new city in the summer. I’m also starting to realize that I’m kind of clueless about personal finance. I’ve been using credit cards and student loans to fund my lifestyle for the past four years, but now I’m drowning in debt and it’s starting to hit me that I’m going to have to get more serious about my finances in my twenties. I feel like a lot of other students and...

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Starting a Health and Lifestyle Business
Nov06

Starting a Health and Lifestyle Business

I’ve always been really interested in health and fitness matters. I try really hard to stay in shape, and I do a lot of research about supplements and proper nutrition and things like that. So I’ve been thinking that when I get out of school, I’ll start a business that focuses on health and lifestyle type stuff. I think that helping other people get and stay healthier is something that would really help me feel good...

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Reacting The Right Way
Nov06

Reacting The Right Way

I’m an HR manager preparing to pitch some new ideas to our executive leadership. I work for a mid-sized digital production studio. We forge long-term partnerships with major brands and government agencies, then together, leverage technology to advance their goals. The company has grown extensively since it was founded back in 2010. I’ve only been with the group for a couple of years, but I’ve already observed a lot of growth. One of...

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Cage-free eggs are not cruelty free
Nov05

Cage-free eggs are not cruelty free

Written by Ashley Romero When you read “cage-free” you probably picture chickens roaming free through green pastures in the sun. That is not the case. Proposition 2 prohibits farm animals from being confined to the point where they cannot turn around, fully extend their limbs while standing, or lie down. However, farms have found a loophole around this proposition allowing them to inhumanely raise these chickens. Rather than piling...

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The Palomar Planetarium offers field trips to students

Written by Rhea Mursalin Professional Astronomers educate the future generations outside of their classroom, and outside of our earth, but right here on campus. The Palomar College Planetarium, located right here on the San Marcos Campus, offers field trips for schools located in the county every Tuesday and Thursday, for the entirety of the school year. Mark Lane, the Director of the Palomar Planetarium, stated in a previous...

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