While you’re packing clothes and textbooks for Thanksgiving, take the time to remember that you’re not coming home as a kid, but as an adult.
It’s vital to understand that we shouldn’t judge people because we’ve decided to be career-oriented before being family-oriented.
As college students, our focus may be on exams, homework and social gatherings, but registering to vote shouldn’t slip from our minds.
It is off-putting when students are met with donation requests before they’ve even paid the University for their last year of tuition.
Students should push for diversity administrators and diversity efforts, both at their own schools as well as in their own communities.
As the program went forward, Dale’s jokes heavily relied on making misogynistic comments and poking fun at mental illness and marginalized communities.
While many students are excited for Minhaj this weekend, turning Fall Fest from something free into a ticketed show creates a more exclusive event.
As the start of the academic year draws closer, education has dominated news headlines.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam condemned an approved plan to arm teachers and staff in a rural school district this week.
The current news cycle effortlessly becomes the main topic of all conversations. But adults aren’t the only one’s talking politics – children are, too.