April George

I’m not crazy, just a little unwell

December 6, 2012

By APRIL GEORGE I don’t like to talk about my illnesses. It makes me feel like I’m whining, despite countless people telling me I should talk about it more. Unfortunately, my anxiety kicks in and I start wondering if they’re only telling me that to make me feel better. It’s an awful, endless cycle. I […]

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Living disabled a constant lesson

November 8, 2012

By APRIL GEORGE   I hope I am not permanently disabled. I have been diagnosed with severely herniated disks and degenerative disk disease (a condition that slowly wears down the disks in my spine), as well as an ongoing problem with my sacroiliac joint. These conditions are supposedly fixable, but I’ve been living with them […]

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SandScript winter deadline Dec. 1

November 8, 2012

The winter deadline to submit work for the 2013 edition of SandScript is fast approaching. Students submitting work for the fall semester must have it in by 5 p.m. on Dec. 1. SandScript is a literary and visual art magazine published annually. It contains poetry, prose, artwork and photos by Pima students, faculty and staff. […]

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Take time to make time for you

September 27, 2012

By APRIL GEORGE The semester is in full swing. You’ve figured out where all your classes are located and you’ve finally managed to be on time to each one. That’s great! But now the hard part begins. When you start college, no one tells you just how much you end up doing. There are classes, […]

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