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I’m Good Because I Itemize My Time

By Zack Long Why am I good? It is because I am able to handle adversity well. This may be due to the fact that my upbringing was anything but conventional. Yet, I found myself persevering every step of the way. Was it easy? Absolutely not. However, I was able to get through problems, learn from […]

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I’m Good Because I Express My Emotions

By Oriana Nguyen When I was younger I always thought mental health meant that someone was crazy or unintelligent, but I was wrong. Mental health refers to a person’s condition with regard to their psychological and emotional well-being, according to the Webster dictionary. I did not learn this until I was 15 years old and […]

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I’m Good Because I’m Graduating

  Cheers to Steven Gallegos on finishing college   By Steven Gallegos I am very good because in a few short weeks I will graduate college and be the first in my family to receive a Bachelor’s Degree. I never knew it would feel this amazing! I can’t keep myself from grinning and everyday it […]

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I’m Good Because I’m My Number One Fan

Saleha Farhad, CSU East Bay Student As a Fijian/Indian female there has been a lot of difficulties for me to justify my career choice to my family and community. I’m Psychology major and have been looked down upon because my family members aren’t sure if my education will lead to a successful career. I started to […]

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