Students should stay in touch

February 26, 2017 Thomas Infante 0

By Thomas Infante Arts & Entertainment Editor Life at the College can feel all-consuming at times. The average college student’s busy life can make it easy to fall into a pattern. Showing up to classes, […]

Students should focus on the ‘I’ in Valentine’s Day

February 4, 2017 Miguel Gonzalez 0

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, roses sellout, restaurants fill every reservation and boxes of chocolate pour out of stores. You are meticulously planning a date, a gift or a kiss for your partner. In the midst of all this effort to prove your love for another, did you ever stop to think, “Do I ever appreciate myself?” […]

What I learned over winter break

January 24, 2017 Mia Ingui 0

For those, like myself, who are now feeling completely overwhelmed with the concept of going back to school, waking up for the 8 a.m. class you regrettably signed up for and having to once again endure the fine dining at Eickhoff Hall, I wanted to provide some hope.
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Students should stand together in the wake of the election

November 16, 2016 George Tatoris 2

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, millions of Americans stepped into voting booths, drew the curtains closed and chose who they wanted to be president. As they filled out that bubble or pressed that button, I’m willing to bet many Americans — regardless of why they chose to vote, their political ideology or even which candidate they were voting for — felt the same exact feeling: like their vote would save the country. […]

October an ideal time to start looking for internships

October 16, 2016 Jennifer Goetz 0

October is a busy month jam-packed with midterms and events like Homecoming and fall break. As busy as this month might be, it is arguably one of the best times to start planning for the upcoming year. Am I saying that you should start your new year’s resolutions in October? Of course not, but you should start looking into internships. […]

Professors are underutilized and undervalued resources

October 4, 2016 Chelsea LoCascio 1

They are writers, researcher or speakers. They are friends of people you want to be acquainted with, or they are who you want to become. These people, the ones standing at the front of your classrooms, happily wait to bestow their real-world knowledge upon you — a bleary-eyed student counting down the minutes until you’re back in bed. […]

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