Well, the Months Start Coming and They Don’t Stop Coming:

A Reflection on the Last Two Months of Quarantine For the most part, there is little that I miss while we are quarantined. As an introvert, I am rather enjoying getting to work at home and focusing on the projects that are important to me. I have redone my kitchen cabinets, my bathroom cabinets, and... Continue Reading →

Staff has feelings too!

An aspect of “normal” life that I miss the most is being physically present at work. I work for SDSU Career Services and last week we hosted a student appreciation session online. Everyone was vulnerable in the meeting and it touched my heart. I’m used to staff being professional at all times, but I just... Continue Reading →

Missing The Office

Although there are numerous things I miss about “normal” life, I think the one thing I miss the most is being able to go into work. I realize that I’m very lucky that I get to work from home, and don’t take me wrong, I honestly feel so blessed that I get the chance to.... Continue Reading →

The New Invitation to the Winter Graduation!

Editor’s note: We asked our graduating seniors their thoughts on virtual celebration, which is coming up on May 16! Mariah Hugo gives us her thoughts on the virtual event as well as the rescheduled December commencement exercises: Grab that diploma. Turn the tassel. Thank my family. That was the plan for May 17, 2020. I would... Continue Reading →

Sadness…yet hope

Editor’s note: We asked our graduating seniors their thoughts on virtual celebration, which is coming up on May 16! Victoria Valencia checks in with her thoughts: In a world where we now revolve around technology and social media, virtual meetings are becoming more and more common. FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, etc. are platforms that most of us... Continue Reading →

“Robbed of a Memory”

Editor’s note: We asked our graduating seniors their thoughts on virtual celebration, which is coming up on May 16! Next up, Alyssa Valdez shares her thoughts. In life, there are many milestone’s we anticipate and long to reach. For me, and many others, college graduation is that milestone that represents a pivotal point in our... Continue Reading →

See you in December! A graduation blog

Editor's note: We asked our graduating seniors their thoughts on virtual celebration, which is coming up on May 16! Sophie Peterson is up first, giving us her musings: Going to college was always something that I had envisioned for myself and I am so thankful that I had the privilege to do so. My time... Continue Reading →

New Blogger – Alyssa Valdez!

We have a new blogger to introduce to the State @ Home Community: SDSU Imperial Valley AS President Alyssa Valdez! We will let her introduce herself to you: My name is Alyssa Valdez and I am 22 years old and currently a senior and a Liberal Studies major at San Diego State University-Imperial Valley campus.... Continue Reading →

The Garden Isle

When I was searching for flights back home sitting in my apartment in Berlin, I was saddened by the realization that my week in Berlin was coming to an end, and I was about to return back home to California. All my classes were online and I had a realization.  When I was 16 I... Continue Reading →

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