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Author: Sruthi Tenkayala

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Unusual jobs in the United States

With student loans and debt weighing newly-graduated students down, it’s safe to say people scramble for a well-paying job. “Well-paying job” usually translates to one that traps you in a cubicle from 9am to 5pm. However, there’s a world of unconventional jobs out there that pay you as much as a desk job.

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Student Spotlight: The students of Rowdy Raiders

“At my first basketball game, I was like, ‘there’s no student section,’” said Erik Austin, president of the Rowdy Raiders. “And then we decided to do something about it,” said Lucio D. Lombardo, vice president of the Rowdy Raiders.

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DIY ideas for college students

DIY ideas for college students

  Fact: being a college student is not a walk in the park. On top of keeping track of expenses, there are lengthy assignments to finish within an impossible time limit. Top it off with a dollop of stress and sleep-deprivation, because why not?

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Photograph by Soham Parikh/The Guardian.

Student Leadership Awards ceremony to be held in April

On April 11, the annual Student Leadership Awards will take place in the Student Union Apollo Room. The awards ceremony will begin at 5 p.m. and end at 7 p.m.

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Spring Break in Dayton? Upcoming events to attend

Looking for something to do after spring break? Dayton’s buzzing with all kinds of events throughout the year. Below are a few ideas to start.

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Career corner: How social media affects job prospects

In this day and age, a paper resumé and an interview aren’t the only things that contribute to landing a job. In the past five or six years, companies have started screening prospective employees by going through their social media. Depending on the employer, your social media posts can carry as much weight as a […]

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Five inspirational Ted Talks to get through midterms

I’m ashamed to say I only recently discovered Ted Talks as a freshman in college. A few years later, I have built up a folder full of bookmarked Ted Talks, all tackling different topics. Some of my favorite talks are motivational, so after scrounging through the folder for a while, I picked five of my […]

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Colleges Against Cancer celebrates successful Relay for Life

On Friday, Feb. 8, WSU’s Colleges Against Cancer hosted their Relay for Life event in the Apollo Room. Relay for Life is a fundraising event that raises money for the American Cancer Society for cancer research. Several organizations on campus contributed towards the cause by hosting booths, collecting donations and participating in the walk. Despite […]

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iHeartWSU Week Begins

Starting Monday, Feb. 11, the University Activities Board (UAB) will present this year’s WSU Spirit Week, iHeartWSU. This is a week filled with fun events, free food and free WSU merchandise. “We’re really just trying to raise morale all over campus”, said Kendra Thibaut, director of Campus Spirit. “We’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with […]

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Music Review: Florence and the Machine’s “Moderation”

  Florence and the Machine is back with another catchy tune! Their latest single, “Moderation”, was released on Thursday, Jan. 24, along with “Haunted House”. This was released only seven months after their recent full-length album “High as Hope”. Florence Welch, lead singer of Florence and the Machine, revealed that this song didn’t fit in […]

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