Editor’s note: This piece was originally published in our NSO magazine issue on Sept. 22. When it came in the mail, I looked at it a while before opening it. The packet, white-enveloped and Cardinal red, contained a letter that, on weighted paper, read, “It gives me very great pleasure to invite you into the…
I don’t understand it. I try to wrap my head around it, try writing words on paper and connecting them to each other in webs to see why, how people are different. I know that we are made to see differences — it’s what keeps us alive. Differences are why our ancestors were able to…
We have a tendency to distance people from their humanity if we do not know them personally.
Freshman year is special. You learn a lot. But there are also some things you can learn from those that have come before you, some of which I have listed below.
When it comes to attracting people to a cause, the method matters. Several researchers agree that a tempered approach – a nonviolent, humorous one – engages people just as much, if not more, than more austere means of protest.
Amanda Rizkalla discusses Trump’s actions since the start of his presidency, which have many critics believing that his impeachment is inevitable.
Growth mindset — those two words have been everywhere lately. People meet a failing grade on a midterm with a shrug and a solemn “Growth mindset, right?” The Academic Resource Skills Center prescribes the words as a remedy to a dip in GPA.
There is a fine line between offensiveness and entertainment in humor. We all know that.