Prioritizing Mental Health in College

University studies can be challenging, demanding, and stressful. With the pressure to excel academically, maintain a social life, and plan for the future, it’s no wonder that many students struggle with their mental health during their time at university. While the pursuit of knowledge and a degree is important, it is equally crucial to prioritize…

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Powering Down: The Importance of Turning Off

Turn off, Tune in, and Recharge: The Importance of Disconnecting In today’s fast-paced and technology-driven world, it can be difficult to find moments of peace and quiet. Many of us are constantly connected to our devices, whether it’s checking emails, scrolling through social media, or binge-watching our favorite TV shows. However, it’s important to recognize…

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Start-Up Success Steps: SBDC at University of Scranton

Starting a new business is an exciting and challenging endeavor. There are many factors to consider and decisions to make as you work to turn your dream into a successful and sustainable reality. The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides valuable resources for entrepreneurs and small business owners to help them navigate…

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Fresno’s Three-Legged Stool: Safety, Housing, Development

Tackling Fresno’s three-legged stool — safety, housing, and development Fresno, California, is a city with a diverse population and a rich history. However, like many cities across the country, it also faces challenges in ensuring the safety of its residents, providing affordable housing, and promoting sustainable development. These issues are often interconnected, creating a complex…

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Distant Grief: Navigating Loss as a Student

The Student Minds Blog recently featured a powerful and poignant piece titled “Grief from a Distance.” The article delves into the experiences of students who have lost loved ones while navigating the challenges of being away from home and their usual support systems. Grief is a deeply personal and often isolating experience, and for students…

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Enhanced Weather Up: Now with Interactive Widgets

Weather Up for iPhone updated with interactive widgets Weather Up, a popular weather app for iPhone, has recently been updated with new interactive widgets. This exciting new feature allows users to access important weather information right from their home screen, making it easier than ever to stay informed about the current conditions. The interactive widgets…

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5 Steps to Develop Your Business Plan

Developing a business plan is a crucial step in turning your business idea into a successful venture. Many aspiring entrepreneurs have great ideas, but often struggle with how to turn those ideas into actionable plans. The process of developing a business plan may seem daunting, but breaking it down into five manageable steps can help…

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Federal Court District Collects Nearly $170M

The Federal Court District has proven to be successful in collecting funds, with nearly $170 million in collections over the past year. This is a significant achievement for the court, and reflects its commitment to upholding the law and ensuring that individuals and organizations comply with their legal obligations. The collections were made through a…

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Beat the Winter Blues with Student Minds Blog

As the winter months approach, many people may find themselves feeling down or experiencing what is commonly known as the “winter blues.” The Student Minds Blog recently addressed this topic in a post titled “Winter Blues” to help students cope with the challenges that the colder weather and shorter days can bring. The blog post…

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AI Doctor: Improving New Patient Diagnosis

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made significant advancements in the field of healthcare. With the ability to process large amounts of data and recognize patterns, AI has the potential to revolutionize the way medical diagnoses are made. One area where AI could have a significant impact is in the diagnosis of new patients. When a patient…

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