Every semester we're stuck doing teacher evaluations, but students have taken it upon ourselves to create our own system.
You may not see a spotlight or photographers snapping shots at every turn, but sometimes a college campus can feel more like a runway than anything else you've been through.
It seems ironic--or perhaps just poetic justice--that a man like Rupert Murdoch, who has made his fortune printing sensationalist stories, is now the headline.
A college freshman has been living on campus for just a few days. Sheepishly, she walks to her car and drives to Target. This is her fifth trip in the last two days, and as she trudges into the big-box retailer, she wishes someone had told her about all the things she'd actually need.
That freshman was me last year. I can't tell you how many tiny shopping trips I took, but here's hoping I can help save you a few.
Often, people fail to understand the distinction between ethnicity and race, or they fail to recognize a line exists between them at all. Supposing that these two terms can be blurred together to coexist as synonymous concepts is a dangerous assumption.
If you don't think you have a stake in this debt ceiling debate, then you had better start paying attention.
Aghast and devastated when news reached us of the attacks in Norway, everyone was deeply pained that someone could so mercilessly claim the lives of 90 innocent individuals.
Peace Corps volunteers are mostly optimistic young people who want to make a change in the world. But some volunteers who wanted to change lives overseas have returned home with their lives changed for the worse.