As we navigate the whirlwind of our college experiences, it’s easy to forget who we are and why we are here. However, if we embrace nostalgia, we can anchor ourselves to the past just enough to center ourselves and find meaning in our lives.
Although originality has value, there are many instances in which unoriginality should be embraced.
Rocky Balboa’s poster provides commentary on one student’s time at Columbia.
Google search results must not be seen as objective and complete—they are not without bias.
Balancing school and holidays is a hardship that only religious students face.
The higher age restriction for tobacco in New York City saves lives.
Fear of the unknown is an important part of figuring out life after graduation.
College is the time to focus on ideas, not practicalities.
No Shave November doesn’t solve the problem it seeks to address. Instead, it’s slacktivism that’s inefficient at bringing about the change it aims for.