My Favorite Travel Bloggers

By: Kendall Schneider Traveling has always intrigued me, and I have always dreamed of someday traveling the world. I have found that lots of other college students feel that way too. However, with a small budget and not a lot of extra time, it can be hard to find the means to travel while in college. So, in order to satisfy my urge to hop on the next international flight to—well literally anywhere, I have been reading several traveling themed blogs. These blogs are filled with stories of adventure and…

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The College Experience

By: Matthew Artalejo As the days get shorter and our hot days turn to cool nights, students around the country are settling in to the new school year. Here at Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU) is no different. For many of us, this won’t be our last rodeo. For others, it will be our last. Those of you who can see the finish line and life after college, do you ever think back to your first college experiences? Remember what it was like to be out on your own and…

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Ways to Relax

By: Kendall Schneider It seems as if school just started, but we are already more than halfway through September and midterms are just a couple of weeks away. That being said, I have noticed my own stress level rising, and I’m sure other people are starting to get a little overwhelmed too. I want to give you five quick tips about ways to help you relax and relieve stress while still being productive in this busy season of life: 1. Start your morning slow There is nothing that is more…

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Date Ideas for College Students

By: Jena Slater Have you really wanted to go on a quality date but you cannot afford a five-star restaurant? I have a few date ideas for you. Both date ideas require spending money and time. Sometimes a simple date night is all a girl needs after a long day of classes. I am going to focus on giving insight on how to add your personal touch to date ideas. I have customized these date ideas to reflect my personal lifestyle which is simple with a hint of country, to…

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Sam’s Scholarly Stages

By: Samantha Smith As a freshman at ENMU my thoughts about college differed greatly from what they are now.  That year, I spent lots of nights out with friends, came home late and got just a few hours of sleep before my morning classes, and took daily afternoon naps. Though I had A’s in all of my classes, never missed a day of rodeo practice, and had great relationships with all of my friends, my freshman ways would suddenly end. Sophomore year held many changes for me, many of which…

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