Archive for Tag Archives: ' op-ed'

More than just an SAT score

More than just an SAT score

Posted On: October 02, 2014

Plus, some students simply aren’t good test takers and will perform poorly on tests despite being bright. Standardized [...]

Orientation should increase campus safety education

Orientation should increase campus safety education

Posted On: October 02, 2014

I don’t deny the importance of such discussion, but in light of recent events, I wonder if it [...]

Learning to respect the body you have

Learning to respect the body you have

Posted On: September 29, 2014

To start loving our bodies, we need to acknowledge some universal truths. [...]

The language of mental illness: A diagnosis does not define a person

The language of mental illness: A diagnosis does not define a person

Posted On: September 29, 2014

It is in our nature to want to make complicated things easier to understand. We like to categorize [...]

Safety after Hannah Graham

Safety after Hannah Graham

Posted On: September 25, 2014

There are things we trick ourselves into blindly believing: We are safe. It won’t happen to us. This [...]

Taking a stand against casual racism in a post-9/11 era

Taking a stand against casual racism in a post-9/11 era

Posted On: September 25, 2014

Progress never ends, and our generation is the most progressive and open-minded in human history. [...]

Desperately seeking my Qdoba

Desperately seeking my Qdoba

Posted On: September 22, 2014

Deprived of any noticeable indication of Qdoba’s opening, you decide to move on. [...]

The College’s ampersand: embodying the green & gold

The College’s ampersand: embodying the green & gold

Posted On: September 22, 2014

The College of William and Mary is a university defined by the ampersand — punctuation’s all-inclusive curlicue. [...]

Dear professors, class participation is more than speaking during class

Dear professors, class participation is more than speaking during class

Posted On: September 18, 2014

While offering a participation grade is a sure-fire way to guarantee a discussion, it’s unnecessary. [...]

Respectfully remembering 9/11

Respectfully remembering 9/11

Posted On: September 18, 2014

Heaping the flags into scattered piles deserves no less shame than those who idly observed. The standard you [...]