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Will Social Media Hurt Your College & Career Goals?

May 5, 2021

We all have that one super cringe selfie. And that’s a best case scenario. You may not realize it, but what you post on social media matters to..

Friday Feature: Saving Planet Earth with Dr. Tanya Hoerer

April 23, 2021

Dr. Tanya Hoerer knows a thing or three about the environment. From Yellowstone to the inner-workings of the brain she's studied it all and..

Celebrating Earth Day in 2021

April 22, 2021

To celebrate Earth Day this year we offer this list of films and TV shows to put you in the mood to appreciate this beautiful blue, brown, & green..

Friday Feature: Tobi West, Department Chair & Professor, CIS & CST

April 16, 2021

Cybersecurity is a growing, highly relevant field & Coastline is fortunate to have one of the best professors in the country leading our cyber..

Four Things to Consider When Picking a College During & After the Pandemic

April 14, 2021

Like it or not the pandemic has changed the way business is done, and that includes higher education. Find out how to pick a school during & after..

Friday Feature: Work-Study Benefits with Noah Nelson & Amy Severns

April 9, 2021

I sat down with Coastline’s esports writer Noah Nelson & newsletters whiz Amy Severns, who both happen to be Coastline students, to discuss the..

Five Tips for Managing 8-Week Courses

April 9, 2021

8-week courses are intense, but mastering them can help you get ahead in your schooling. Here are some tips on how. Getty

How Much Does College Cost? (And Why It’s Worth It)

March 31, 2021

College isn’t cheap. In fact, it’s very expensive. You may be asking yourself if it’s worth it and, believe me, it is. Read on for why. Getty

Friday Feature: Natalie Tran, Student Success Story

March 19, 2021

Meet Natalie Tran, though many at Coastline probably already know her as a former student, EOPS worker, and president of Associated Student..

How to Receive Financial Aid for Summer Courses

March 18, 2021

Spring is here, but that means it’s worth planning for summer. Students who want to take summer courses should look into Financial Aid.

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