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ASI 2012. Thanksgiving 5 Tips

5 Tips for Thanksgiving Break

Turkey, potatoes, pumpkin pie. Bread rolls, green beans, cranberry sauce (yuck!). Stuffing, salad, sparkling cider, wine, beer. More food. More food. More drinks. Thanksgiving is great and it sure is filling. But here’s the deal,…

The Art of Presenting

Presentations are not a new concept, especially to college students.  For many, their first presentation dates back as far as elementary school, some in middle school and others in high school. To some people, presenting…
Michael's Monday Quote, ASI CSUS WLP

Michael’s Monday Quote 10/29/2012

One thing I always try to remind myself of is that it is never too late to change. I don’t mean that it’s never too late to change clothes; I’m talking about changing the way…
Michael's Monday Quote, ASI CSUS WLP

Michael’s Monday Quote

I’d like to welcome you to a new weekly post that I’m so humbly calling Michael’s Monday Quote. Every Monday I will be sharing a quote with you, famous or not, with the intention of…

Navigating the GPA System: How to Earn Your Grade

If you are new to college, here’s your crash course on the standard grading system: How to earn each grade: A: complete all (or nearly all) of your work in a coherent manner. B: complete…

Taking Control of Semester Stress!

As students, it becomes so easy to rush through our day because of all of the many activities that are constantly taking up all of our free time. There never seems like never enough time…

Mobile to Global

Tools you need now to take you from commuter pass to skymiles, for every budget. Whether you’re walking across the street or sailing across the sea, get ready, get set… go! Freebie: Hear to There…

Networking… Just do it!

Networking is an excellent way to discover new opportunities, learn new things, and meet new people. Our own networking experts, Undergraduate Public Relations student Daniel Jackson, and Graduate Psychology student Liz Redford give great advice…

College Survival 101

Leaves are beginning to change colors, parking spaces are impossible to find and there is an unusual number of students hanging out on campus. That’s right; fall semester at Sac State has officially begun. Whether…

Grad School – Your Road Map

It is becoming more and more difficult for students to be accepted into graduate programs due to all of the budget cuts and the increasingly stringent guidelines for what is required. With so many things…