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Students share their ways of de-stressing

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With finals week being right around the corner, The Union set out to ask students on ways they de-stress from school work.

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Abril Medina 19, child development major

“I usually like to read books when I start getting stressed out. The genre of the book doesn’t matter though, just whatever I like.”

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Emmanuel Cortez, 37, music major

“The guitar and piano are what I usually use to de-stress myself. I don’t really have a favorite, I’ll just play whatever comes to my mind.”

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Frankie Murillo, 23, mechanical engineering major

“The gym is my go-to whenever I get stressed. I’ll also play basketball with friends for about an hour at least. It helps me clear my mind and helps me think straight.”

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Mark Flowers, 26, kinesiology major

“Whenever I get stressed I usually try to go to the gym and work out, even if it’s for a bit. If that doesn’t work out I’ll go and swim at Redondo Beach since I can’t really surf due to my knee injury.”

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Erik Reyes, 19, nursing major

“I’ll just listen to music honestly, the genre doesn’t really matter as long as something playing. Either that or I’ll take a walk and play Pokemon Go to distract myself a bit.”

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Students share their ways of de-stressing