By Kara Mercer, Northern Illinois University
While the first season fixated on the ‘how,’ this time around viewers get to the ‘why.’
The aspiring physician was recognized this year by the American Association of University Women for her intersectional advocacy.
Government has a system of checks and balances, so should the media.
In the adult world, having an online presence means more than an Instagram account.
Whether you’re studying abroad or heading to the beach, these apps are lifesavers.
Remember, you’re not there to make friends. At the same time though, don’t be a douche.
Through her movement, ‘The Cherry Project,’ Pinkley shares the personal stories of students and peers to inspire others.
More and more research is indicating that attendance policies only hurt their intended beneficiaries.
To balance school, work and my social life, I split my time fifty-fifty, and I couldn’t be happier.
The sophomore run of the awkward series is another hit, as it gets all the weirdness of romance exactly right.
This one’s for the humanities majors out there.
The UW-Madison junior is petitioning her school to offer ten scholarships to Syrian refugees.
Your General Education classes are more important than you think.
Instead of pursuing vague titles, schools should take concrete, implementable steps to ensure the safety of their students.
Through the College Reading Experience, universities are using novels to connect their underclassmen and transfer students as well as help them adapt to college life.
It’s hard enough maintaining a dean’s list-worthy GPA in college, let alone running a magical world and defeating mystical beasts.
The program might have some problems, but it was still the only test I’ve ever been eager to take.
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