By Tim Philbin, College of the Holy Cross
Being a student means making a lot of difficult decisions, but Aristotle has a simple solution for all of them.
You would think that with the GOP electing Trump, the decision between candidates would be simple. Instead, Clinton’s character complicates it.
Most universities claim to prepare students for the rest of their lives, but all they really do is prepare them for jobs.
Somewhere in the midst of complaining about homework and studying all night for a test, remember to consider how lucky you are.
Until social issues at home are worked out, the body politic will continue nominating fringe candidates instead of effective ones.
If the Olympics are going to ban PEDs, why should they not ban all performance enhancers?
Five simple ways to channel your inner Da Vinci at college.
Athletics and academics are separate spheres. Why do people who want to be athletes have to go to college?
A constant demand for improvement can prioritize change over more important considerations.
It is not to open a philosophy shop.
With the shooting of white policemen in Dallas, the divisive potential of the BLM movement was put on display. Here’s why race antagonism is not the solution.
In America and across Western Europe, a new political movement based on xenophobia, racism, exclusion and violence is gaining power.
Especially in college, where stressing over uncontrollable situations is common, prepping for the worst is actually the best.
How an ancient philosophy can open the door to your happiness.
How you can use your brain to get your brawn.
“As Aristotle said, ‘It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.’”
Instead of fighting your natural creative process, use these tricks to harness your bouts of midnight inspiration.
Although typically only philosophy students study Socrates, his teachings are form-fit for college.
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