Op-Ed: I Am More Than ‘Just A Freshman’

Op-Ed: I Am More Than ‘Just A Freshman’

  I am more than “just a freshman.” Sure, in the beginning of my fall semester, I was one of the “newbies” on campus. I…

The 3 Most Important Things to Remember When Applying to Colleges

The 3 Most Important Things to Remember When Applying to Colleges

Everything you think you know about college is wrong. Or if not wrong, at least not entirely right. If you haven’t experienced college yourself, everything…

Op-Ed: Why We Should Listen to Emma Watson

Op-Ed: Why We Should Listen to Emma Watson

“If not me, who? If not now, when?” This is the question that Emma Watson posed in her United Nations speech concerning gender inequality. Some of…

GrubHub Reveals College Kids Are Terrible Diners

GrubHub Reveals College Kids Are Terrible Diners

When you think of healthy, conscientious diners, college students are not likely the first ones to spring to mind. It may sound like a hackneyed stereotype, but…

Op-Ed: Why Stereotypes for Extracurriculars Suck

Op-Ed: Why Stereotypes for Extracurriculars Suck

To those still stuck in high school, extracurriculars can represent one shining beacon of light in a dark, gloomy abyss of essays and exams. They…

If AP Classes Were College Students, These Are Their Personalities

If AP Classes Were College Students, These Are Their Personalities

If you haven’t seen the beautiful, fun illustrations of Disney characters as college students by hyung86, you should do so immediately, because 1) they will make…

Op-Ed: Modern Family and the Stereotypes of College Applicants

Op-Ed: Modern Family and the Stereotypes of College Applicants

A few days ago, I caught up on a recent Modern Family episode. In the episode, Alex Dunphy, a high school junior, is all stressed out. It’s…

Op-Ed: Diversity in an Non-Diverse School

Op-Ed: Diversity in an Non-Diverse School

I can easily say that I live in a pretty homogeneous part of America. It is the typical suburban community with nice houses that have…

It’s All Greek To Me: Looking Past The Stereotypes

It’s All Greek To Me: Looking Past The Stereotypes

When you first come to a campus with Greek life, it can be a little overwhelming; Greeks look like a bunch of people with shirts…

Op-Ed: I’m Not White (and Other Realities)

Op-Ed: I’m Not White (and Other Realities)

I’m not white. And sometimes it’s easier to live in ignorance of the idea. It started off simple. My professor handed me someone else’s paper….

The 5 People You’ll Meet at a Frat Party

The 5 People You’ll Meet at a Frat Party

Oh, freshmen year.  That glorious time when going out every weekend (every night of every weekend, sometimes!) is still a novelty, and fraternities are still…

The Power of Gender Stereotypes, Especially in High School

The Power of Gender Stereotypes, Especially in High School

“Ada, where are your patented Nike shoes?” “You read books by Arthur Conon Doyle? I thought those books are targeted towards a male audience…” “Ew,…

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