Thinkers Students Should Know: Herbert Marcuse

Thinkers Students Should Know: Herbert Marcuse

Welcome to the second installment of an otherwise unnamed segment concerning itself with authors and thinkers you probably have never read but certainly should. In…

Op-Ed: Faulty Divisions in the Education System

Op-Ed: Faulty Divisions in the Education System

At least in the American education system, there remains an unquestioned and unwarranted deep division between mental and manual labor and learning. You either go…

4 Tips for Taking the SAT as a High School Freshman

4 Tips for Taking the SAT as a High School Freshman

Most students start taking their SATs junior year of high school – but others like to get a head start. Taking the SAT as a…

3 Lessons Learned in a Philadelphia Basement

3 Lessons Learned in a Philadelphia Basement

On February 4th at 1:28pm EST, Golden Tea House posted a Facebook status announcing its discontinuation after three years of operation. To most people reading…

Wendell Berry: A Person Every College Student Should Know

Wendell Berry: A Person Every College Student Should Know

Most college students, regardless of major or discipline, will probably encounter at least a sample-sized serving of Plato, Descartes, Nietzsche, and other big-named philosophers. They…

Your New Year’s Resolution: Self-Assigned Reading

Your New Year’s Resolution: Self-Assigned Reading

I’d like to imagine that college professors put a lot of time and effort into building their respective curricula for any given semester. I’d also…

Why I Hate the Phrase “Resume Builder”

Why I Hate the Phrase “Resume Builder”

The following applies not only to high school and college, but truly to every professional decision you will ever have to make in your life….

Are Certain AP Courses More Beneficial than Others?

Are Certain AP Courses More Beneficial than Others?

There are currently almost forty AP tests offered by the College Board in high schools across America. Given the wide variety and many options paired…

7 Dostoyevsky Quotes to Help You through College and Life

7 Dostoyevsky Quotes to Help You through College and Life

Given that finals season is beginning and we’re all feeling a little more stressed than usual, I figured it was probably time for a part…

Op-Ed: It Is (And It Isn’t) About Ferguson

Op-Ed: It Is (And It Isn’t) About Ferguson

In my social circles (mostly white and millennial), perhaps the most common reaction to the grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson…

5 Nationally Competitive College Scholarships

5 Nationally Competitive College Scholarships

Now that you’re in college, probably the last thing you want to do is think about extensive applications, but nationally competitive scholarships provide unmatched study,…

College and Beyond: Finding Peace amongst the Madness

College and Beyond: Finding Peace amongst the Madness

Everyone is in constant search for peace. We all seek to shut our minds off every now and then in order to relax and stop…

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