Money will buy us food and a roof to sleep under after college. It’s not a sure thing that dreams will.
After a problematic campaign period, students were finally able to vote for their candidates of choice last week.
“My school didn’t have a classroom or a structure. It was just a black wooden board that was nailed to a tree,” Fred Frimpong said.
The only thing I am sure of in this election is that I wish everyone I know would be a little bit more willing to talk about why they might be wrong.
Many students focused their conversations on room selection for the upcoming academic year in the days leading up to March 28, the first day of room selection.
Can man — the so evidently fallible ape with amazing capacities for violence, racism and terror — actually create intelligence?
Israeli illustrator and designer, Amit Shimoni, introduced his art collection titled “Hipstory” on Wednesday, March 9 at the Charles B. Wang Center.
It is extremely unusual for a lifelong Buddhist monk to use Facebook, carry a cell phone or board a luxury cruise liner traveling the world.
Like it or not, his presidency is coming to an end this year, but in his eight-year tenure he’s left a certain mark on his office.
Gui Williams is a senior biology and psychology major, balancing being a full time pre-med student with pursuing a career in music.