I’ve always found writing to be one of the most important skills a person can have in their life. Not everyone will become a best-selling novelist or a master prose writer, but I firmly believe that everyone has the ability to write just as well. It’s also important to note that writing is one of those skills that you’ll use in some capacity every day. This is especially true for college students.
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Let’s face it, one of the trademarks of being a college student is the fact that we’re always broke. The level of financial strain may vary, but many of us share the same sentiment of how expensive being a college student is.
It’s been two months since the University of Arizona has opened its campus once again for fully in-person courses, welcoming a huge influx of both new and returning students. Once again, the campus is filled with thousands of students, a sight that truly differs from what the campus looked like during the horrendous 2020 year. I, for one, can attest to this fact, as I worked at Arizona Market, located in the Student Union Memorial Center, during the height of the pandemic and the campus was practically a ghost town.
With the fall semester starting, students are already trying to establish a flow within their classes. This can be through making sure they have all their required textbooks, materials or, one of the most popular preparations, the formation of study groups.
When I was young, the early 2010s was a time of experimenting when it came to the internet. All sorts of websites were either being invented or gaining traction. Facebook was dominating the social media industry, YouTube was becoming a household name for watching video content and then there was Twitch, which was one of the first websites to capitalize on the concept of gaming streams.