Sep. 2, 2014

Archive for Tag Archives: ' op-ed'

Sororities should not be bumpin’

Sororities should not be bumpin’

Posted On: September 01, 2014

It could be like Greek Tinder, where sisters look through a few high quality mirror selfies, read a [...]

To the (not so) broke college student: Think before you speak

To the (not so) broke college student: Think before you speak

Posted On: September 01, 2014

Have fun while you are young and spend what you feel is right, but please consider the possibility [...]

Creating campus connections

Creating campus connections

Posted On: August 28, 2014

Rarely happy on our own, we are inherently social beings. We are at our best when we are [...]

Choosing classes wisely during the highs and lows of registration

Choosing classes wisely during the highs and lows of registration

Posted On: August 28, 2014

Although it sounds like a great idea not to avoid Friday classes — who doesn’t love a three-day [...]

Don’t be afraid to embrace uncertainty during your freshman year

Don’t be afraid to embrace uncertainty during your freshman year

Posted On: August 20, 2014

College is a period of change, of growth and of learning. The mistake that students make upon arrival [...]

Notes from a camp counselor

Notes from a camp counselor

Posted On: August 20, 2014

At camp, I became more painfully aware that we can often be our own worst critics and enemies. [...]

The stigmas that surround drug culture — but not alcohol use

The stigmas that surround drug culture — but not alcohol use

Posted On: April 24, 2014

The emphasis of judgment is misplaced. Alcohol and drugs are both illegal. Both can have dangerous physical consequences. [...]

What you can’t learn in a classroom

What you can’t learn in a classroom

Posted On: April 24, 2014

While the classes I’ve taken have been incredibly valuable — I’ve discovered some of my favorite authors, I’ve [...]

Outside your comfort zone

Outside your comfort zone

Posted On: April 21, 2014

In the battle we must wage against fear, there is no more powerful ammunition than experience. [...]

In the OA selection process, Greek is a name, not a person

In the OA selection process, Greek is a name, not a person

Posted On: April 21, 2014

If the Greek community at the College in no way makes up for an equally large portion of [...]