By Christine Ascher, USC
After witnessing the impact of her late sister’s organ donation, Chi Omega member Sara Miller has become a passionate advocate for educating and registering student donors.
As the founder or co-founder of three separate activist organizations, UConn student and Pi Beta Phi sister Christine Savino takes social justice to a new level.
Use these resources to your advantage before you graduate; it will prove to be beneficial in the long run.
Most people develop their spending habits while in college, so hopefully you’re establishing some good ones.
Despite what people say, it’s okay to start college not knowing what to do because you still have time.
Anna Agosta writes, sings and performs her own music hoping to make it big in her city of Chicago.
With her Wordcradle software, Gamma Phi Beta sister Sharon Chen literally wrote the website on book-creation.
You’re going to want to write these down.
Going abroad is fun, but remember to plan for the unexpected, especially when it comes to staying in a stranger’s home.
Although Lin’s pursuits may be divergent, the freshman has already managed to make a name for herself with both her writing and her coding.
Photographer and Kappa Kappa Gamma sister Sarah Schecker, a rising junior in NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, captures the unseen side of the world by looking beyond the simple shots.
Studying abroad can be one of the best experiences of you life and you don’t only have to do them while you’re in college.
College is a time where you learn what you’re going to do for the rest of your life, but studying multiple things at the same time isn’t going to help you succeed quicker.
Theresa May and the British state are torn between appearing resolute in their demands and striking a deal that doesn’t hurt English citizens.
Matthew Campagna, a Computer Science major at Case Western Reserve University, is co-founder of Reflexion Interactive Technologies and co-creator of the most efficient way to diagnose concussions.
Leaving your apartment in someone else’s hands can be a smart decision, but only in the right circumstances.
When your relatives ask what you’re going to do with your major, just show them this.
Britain has raised its threat level to ‘critical,’ and France has been in a ‘state of emergency’ for five years. Such precautions have ominous ramifications.
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