April 15, 2013

Adopting a Second Language for Success

What does it mean to be a native Spanish-speaking student with an English writing major? Well, for starters, at least for me, it means that I like to take on a challenge. There are really not a lot of students out there whose native language is Spanish (or other) and […]
April 15, 2013

Sizzlin’ Summer Beauty Products

Summer is coming soon! Yay! In honor of the weather changing and our lives becoming a little more laid back (for students that is), I wanted to share all of my favorite summer beauty products! These aren’t new products, but can be found in stores year around. Let me know […]
April 11, 2013

One Border to Another

It is 4 a.m. on the first Friday of spring break, but I am wide awake anxiously waiting to begin my road trip. Over the break my two friends and I decided to head north instead of south for an adventure none of us will ever forget. On our way […]
April 10, 2013

De-stress with Nature

With finals approaching and soon-to-be-graduates sending out applications at a frantic, rapid rate, stress levels are skyrocketing. Luckily, the TGC staff lives in the beautiful town of Chico. The nickname City of the Trees paints a green picture in your mind, but some of us are so caught up in […]
April 10, 2013

How to Deal with Post-Potter Depression

For my first video blog, I wanted to have more of a heart-to-heart with some of my fellow peers. Not a bunch of special effects or shots of inanimate objects, just me talking to a camera about something that I’ve dealt with for a few years now.
April 8, 2013

Eat Great on a Budget

Nothing we all do is more important to our health, or more ignored in American culture, than the simple act of eating. I understand that we are college students; we are not in any way wealthy. Eating healthy is expensive…right? It doesn’t have to be. You can eat healthier for […]