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Challenge #6: Spring Cleansing

Spring semester, especially around April, is a notoriously stressful month for college students. By now, we’ve all figured out that “The Freshman 15” does not just apply to freshmen; any one of us is just as susceptible to stress-eating as another, especially with all the delicious fast food restaurants at our fingertips. With fraternity form...

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Cheater, Cheater, Junk Food Eater

Junk food is addicting, especially sugar, and scientists have proven it. The addiction can be hard to break. It takes time, focus, and a willingness to change, but it can be done. When I was younger, I was addicted to candy. I would hide it in places around the house or eat it when I knew my parents or friends wouldn’t see me. Finally, my mom ...

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Give Your Body a Break from Spring Break

Spring Break has come and gone much too quickly, dumping us back into the real world of finishing the semester. If you are anything like me, you slept to your heart’s content and ate all of the yummy home cooked meals your parents made. If you decided to actually do something during spring break, you might feel like you need a break. Your body...

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Challenge #5: Coachella Without Spending “Hella”

With dozens of music festivals around the corner, it’s easy to want to participate in the ever-growing music festival trend. But skyrocketing ticket prices, with some events even climbing up to nearly $500, can leave you with a negative account balance. This upcoming Coachella puts heavy pressure on festival-goers to not only have fun, but lo...

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Chapman Catwalk: Music Festival Edition

The time has come. When music festival season rolls around, everyone runs to the nearest American Apparel or thrift store for their festival attire. So, what better way to get everyone ready for music festival season than for this week's theme to be on music festival fashion? You’ll be seeing a variety of styles at this year's shows, ran...

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Prowling Panther: Why are student mental health incidents rising?

This week, Prowling Panther asks Chapman University students: Why are student mental health incidents rising? Prowling Panther is a weekly video blog which interviews students about current events, campus news, and more. This week's episode of Prowling Panther was filmed and edited by Mara Conway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHR3SD8jIp...

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Startup Stories: WeGreenlight

Peter Dickinson, a Chapman University senior pursuing a B.F.A. in News and Documentary, discusses his company WeGreenlight and what it is like running his company through Launch Labs, a Chapman University student entrepreneurship center. Launch Labs provides free mentoring, conference rooms, and co-working space 24/7 to its members who are build...

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Giving Mental Health the Good Ol’ College Try

Mental Health during college can often go unchecked.  Last year, I never fully realized the impact that my mental health would have on my college experience. I have always been incredibly stubborn and also have struggled with my body image and weight.  This caused me to continue to work out, despite the fact that I would be incredibly sick from s...

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