Editor reflects on friendships
By Emily Peiffer
Editor in Chief
I realized something recently that has made me look at this entire abroad experience in a different way. Being in new places can be great, but it's the people you share each moment with that truly create amazing memories.
Sami's program was a ...
Editor talks about postgraduate plans
By Brooke Renna
Managing Editor of Content
"What are your plans for after graduation?"
I'm only a junior, and I've been hearing that phrase way too much for my own liking.
My response to it has now become automated: "Oh, I'm thinking about applying for a Fulbright. A professor suggested...
GO reflection course leaves writer conflicted
By Brianna Murphy
You would think that ending your study abroad experience would be one of the hardest things you'd have to go through during college, but talking about it every week for a semester after you return is much worse.
Digging into past memories you have...
By Rev. Scott Kershner
The late writer David Foster Wallace was asked in an interview what he thought life was all about.
DFW (as he's affectionately known), was a literary genius, "the greatest mind of his generation," as his New York Times obituary called him.
Graduating senior gives advice to rising students
By Matthew Derrick
As I sit here and write this, I know damn well there's at least 30 to 40 other things I should be doing that are more important.
But, hey, I've only got 18 days (by the time of print, this number will be even less) left on this campus as a...
Editor discusses future
By Madison Clark
My friends who are graduating on May 11 seem to be significantly split into one of two camps. First, there are those who are excited to get out of college and get on with their future. These are people who've put in their time, and are more than...