Archive for November, 2020

November 29, 2020

Thanksgiving, a whitewashed history

By Crystal Mendoza Crystal Mendoza

By: Sherry Zhou Every year in November, we celebrate Thanksgiving, a celebration of bountiful harvests, the true onset of fall, and a time to gather with our friends and family. Even the name of the holiday, “Thanksgiving,” gives a certain connotation: to give thanks for what we are fortunate to have, whether those are basic […]

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November 26, 2020

Disowning Uncle Bob is not the solution

By Crystal Mendoza Crystal Mendoza

  By: Taylor Witter Ah yes, the holidays are approaching. We already know what that means: family time, and lots of it. There is a high likelihood that the main conversation at any holiday dinner will be topics concerning 2020. I don’t think I am the only one who has had frustrating conversations with family members […]

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November 17, 2020

How the Pandemic Challenges Workplace Etiquette

By Crystal Mendoza Crystal Mendoza

By: Anonymous Quarantine has taught me a lot about resilience, friendships, and remote desktop. There have been highs and lows as I have learned how to navigate my own anxiety and gradually implement strategies to keep up my motivation, recognizing when I need to take a moment to recharge. However, now that it has been […]

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