Transgender Day of Remembrance: Students honor trans individuals who lost their lives
(Left to right) Thesis student Cabrini Austin, third-year resident advisor Jas Marie, and second-year Gwen Roberts hold up a flag to show their support.

Transgender Day of Remembrance: Students honor trans individuals who lost their lives

All photo courtesy of Sergio Salinas On Wednesday Nov. 20, students on campus honored Transgender Day of Remembrance. Third-year resident advisor Jas Marie organized the event, distributing transgender flags and stickers for students to show their support. Along with members of the faculty and administration,…

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On-campus jobs opportunities found through Handshake
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On-campus jobs opportunities found through Handshake

A little extra money is not something that many college students would easily pass up. A bank account is like the top of an hourglass: slowly but surely, it drains away. Many students would be interested in a job, and even better if it’s on…

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Breaking down budgeting, insurance and banking

Phones are built to trigger adrenaline rushes: Google Calendar, Gmail, banking apps, social media and games all vie for attention with stylized notification sounds.  Prioritizing these notifications are a part of the daily organizational tasks that give many young adults anxiety as the complex scheme…

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How it’s made: Catalyst edition
The Catalyst staff, Professor Vesperi and Black posed for a picture with the freshly printed ninth issue.

How it’s made: Catalyst edition

The Catalyst staff, Professor Vesperi and Black posed for a picture with the freshly printed ninth issue.Prof. Maria Vesperi held freshly printed newspapers next to the same-sized roll that they came from: 34-inch 35-pound newsprint."Looks like right now this warehouse is full of paper, but…

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Shining a spotlight on students affected by ADHD

Courses at New College are known for their academic rigor, but students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can have trouble focusing in class, staying organized and completing assignments on time. The new Assistant Director of Student Disability Services (SDS) Joe Mayer, who has ADHD…

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Clambake raises $318,000 for student scholarships
Photo courtesy of Vianey Jaramillo The Clambake now takes place at the bay, but it was once held at a local beach.

Clambake raises $318,000 for student scholarships

Photo courtesy of Vianey Jaramillo The Clambake now takes place at the bay, but it was once held at a local beach. The Clambake, a traditional annual fundraising event, held its 41st celebration Thursday, Nov. 7 at the bay. Approximately 390 guests networked among themselves,…

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