All Months Matter

March 19, 2017 Babatunde Ojo 0

“If a race has no history, it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated.” These words were uttered by […]

Coptic Church Reflection

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

It was just a regular Sunday morning. I was getting ready for church, thinking about my plans for after the service – nothing out of the ordinary. I got into the car with my mom, […]

Dealing with Millennial Dating

December 29, 2016 Liem Ho 0

Living in a decade of rapid technological innovation and ever changing pop culture trends presents a slew of challenges for many millennials, especially when it comes to developing romantic relationships. Coupled with being at the […]

Not My President

December 29, 2016 Riya Kurian 1

Since the night of the election, protests against the election of president-elect Donald Trump have erupted across the entire country. Following Donald Trump’s election to the presidency, thousands of students and activists filled the streets […]

Cheating

December 28, 2016 Micaela Itona 0

I actually got to school early for my 8:30 lecture last Monday. I got to CKB 303, that nice lecture hall where they whose all the open house events. My professor, who is usually full […]

Election Thoughts

December 26, 2016 Colin Bayne 0

Election election election. All we’ve heard about these past few days is the results of the election, and the fallout from it. Some people are thrilled, some people are horrified, and some people simply take […]

Conformity, Competition, or Both?

December 21, 2016 Prasanna Tati 0

The end of almost every email in college, whether it is from a student, faculty member, administration, or non-affiliate, contains a pre-set email signature that will appear in every email the sender will ever send […]

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