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Your Road Map to Networking

Researchers at Brigham Young University Idaho argue that 75% of employment positions are acquired through social networking. 80-90% supervisors hire individuals that they have formerly known. 85-90% of jobs are never formally advertised. This means…

What happens at a conference….

“What happens at a conference?” The most innovative and groundbreaking research is presented at academic conferences. It is an opportunity for you to learn new things, meet new people, and travel to new places. Every…

Designing the Perfect Flyer

It is almost a month until various clubs and organization of all sizes, cultures and academics set-up their booths in the Library Quad in hopes of gaining new membership. For these clubs and orgs, these…

Sacramento’s Best $5 Deals

Got five on it? Make your hard-earned cash work just as hard for you with this guide to Sac’s best $5 deals for fun with friends, family, or dates. We’ve got the scoop on what…

Pimp Your Ride: How To Make Your Bucket Car Last Through College.

We see it time and time again. College students with mom or dad’s 20-year-old broken down car, students who scrimped and saved for a summer (or two) to buy a cheap car just to get…

ASI Horoscopes

Gemini May 21 – June 20 In the Art of War, Sun Tzu emphasizes the importance of being strong enough in military and political leadership that one does not have to actually fight. Great advantages…

Relax This Summer III

Our society is used to going full speed ahead, driving in fifth gear, and working on overdrive. Oftentimes, we feel week, tired, stressed, and overwhelmed from our busy schedules. This summer, take care of your…

Relax This Summer II

Summer could not have come at a better time! After a long, intense academic year, the stress levels of students are at an all time high! When we are stressed, our sympathetic nervous system activates…

Relax This Summer

Many college students are faced with several stressors and pressures. As if our academic life doesn’t keep us occupied enough with all of the reading, studying, and exams, we have an abundance of other things…