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Nurse’s past changes present

Ashly Higgins, Contributor

May 2

Filed under Opinion

“Code blue! Code blue!” comes from the room at the end of the hall, and a voice rises above the swarm of tennis shoes, “Get outta the way!” That voice belongs to Christina McCaw, a registered nurse at Palmetto Healt...

Rule #6: Friends fight loneliness

Jessica Wagoner, Contributor

May 2

Filed under Opinion

I became happier and healthier when I made friends who kept me from being lonely; friends can help you, too. What is loneliness? Loneliness negatively affects your health.  Bethany Martin, a Columbia College student, demonstr...

Sufferer fights for understanding

Sydni Wilson, Staff Writer

May 2

Filed under Opinion

When Bryanna Willis was diagnosed with mental health illnesses, her concern wasn’t her health; her concern was people’s reactions. “My friends and family who saw my mental illness firsthand just laughed it off,” said...

Eating healthy: challenges and solutions

Rena Smith, Staff Writer

April 30

Filed under Opinion

Kelsey Allen, 27, works daily to improve eating habits in the community through coaching as a health educator at the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Services in Spartanburg, S.C. Allen received her bachelor's degree...

How students bust exam week stress

Sydni Wilson, Staff Writer

April 25

Filed under Opinion

As the school year comes to an end, students are facing one of the most dreaded times of the semester: exam week. The PostScript talked to students around Columbia College’s campus about how they deal with exam week stress. “I...

Rule #5: Your friendships will change

Jessica Wagoner, Contributor

April 23

Filed under Opinion

Robin Rosenthal’s smile, friendly disposition and warm personality might make you assume her list of friends is lengthy, but according to Rosenthal, you will not keep all of your friends as you get older. Rosenthal is a professor...

Rule #4: Friends communicate

Jessica Wagoner, Contributor

April 23

Filed under Opinion

Whether or not you are an introvert, you can and should spend six hours per day talking to your friends; they’ll help you die later and live with less pain. Six hours of time with friends sounds overwhelming, even impossible....

Favorite classes of Spring ’15

Sydni Wilson, Staff Writer

April 20

Filed under Opinion

As the semester is coming to a close, Columbia College students are talking about what their favorite classes were this semester. “I’m actually really enjoying my survey of communications class. It’s helping us lead up...

Indulging in healthy foods will backfire

Rena Smith, Staff Writer

April 16

Filed under Opinion

We’ve been taught that over-eating bread and pasta is nutritionally delinquent, but when eating fruits and veggies we permit ourselves to over-indulge as if there are no repercussions. Healthy foods have serving sizes, too...

7 Foods boosting the brain for college students

Rena Smith, Staff Writer

April 16

Filed under Opinion

I am a college student who believes in superstitious ways to improve my performance in class. I wear my favorite pair of socks and bring my lucky pencil to exams. For more reasonable ways to help brainpower that can last a...

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