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Crow’s Corner: How to minimize social media use

While most of us were introduced to the online sphere of socialization through the relic that is now Myspace, it was Facebook that redefined our generation’s interactions. The benefits are undoubtedly there — staying in contact, news updates and figuring pop culture in general — but the drawbacks are also significant. For the regular user, […]

Crow’s Corner: How to deal with stress and anxiety

The Crow’s Corner: How to beat the breakup blues

Spring break is a time to let it all go: the stresses, responsibilities, engagements, significant others — you name it. According to data-journalist David Mccandless’ study of Facebook relationship status updates, the timeframe tops the chart for breakups. Whether the relationship has been long term or not, being dumped never feels good. At best, it’s […]

Crow’s Corner: How to deal with stress and anxiety

The Crow’s Corner: How to score extra-credit adulting points

In high school, turning 18 represents the pinnacle of all your desires; but like most anticipated dates, once reached they often tend to disappoint. The rude awakening that arrives after — usually by the time you’re in college — is that “adulting” almost always comes down to either owing money or needing money. Here’s three […]

Quit fretting: Take musicians at sound value

To expand, USF St. Petersburg needs on-campus sports

A major part of college, aside from cramming for exams and pulling all-nighters, is attending sporting events. Many students live for the moment when their basketball team upsets a ranked opponent at home with a last second buzzer beater, or when their football team crushes the rival with home-field advantage. The excitement of having a […]

Quit fretting: Take musicians at sound value