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5 Lessons I Learned In My First Year At A Liberal College

I’m nearing the end of my freshman year at Wellesley College, a Seven Sisters college just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Alma mater to Hillary Clinton, the school has been called a "liberal bubble" by WGBH. The school community – students, professors, administrators, alumnae – is quite left-leaning, with many students [...]

7 Inspiring Role Models All Women Can Look Up To

Every year, brilliant women make meaningful contributions to society and change the world. Whether they start their own non-profit organization or use their Hollywood fame to advocate for social change, these women know how to set an example for future generations. Here are 7 outstanding women who we can all [...]

5 Lessons I Learned From My First Love

Ah, first love. It’s depicted as passionate, pure, world-shattering, and ever-so-naïve in movies, television shows, novels, and music. People say your first love changes the way you view yourself, relationships, and the world at large. Your first love is unforgettable; some people never get over it. I fell in love [...]

You Got Rejected From Your Dream College. Now What?

It happened to me last March. I refreshed my Harvard applicant platform at exactly the time decisions were released. An update had been posted to my account. I clicked with bated breath. “Dear Jennifer, thank you for applying to Harvard. We regret to inform you…” I set my eyes on [...]

8 Etiquette Rules That Never Go Out Of Style

Societies have always practiced etiquette. The goal of etiquette is to make people feel respected, comfortable, and at home in a given social context. Different rules apply for a business meeting than for a dinner with one’s soon-to-be in-laws. But, a fundamental truth lies at the heart of all etiquette: [...]

I Support Strict Border Control. That Doesn’t Make Me Racist.

Racist. Xenophobic. Bigot. I’m tired of hearing these words thrown around haphazardly whenever someone advocates for strong border control. Because the truth is this: national origin is irrelevant. A person who unlawfully enters this country has chosen to disregard our laws and standards. According to the US Department of Justice [...]

Rock Your Finals: 14 Study Tips for The College Student

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” --Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities. These words ring true for college kids everywhere! The period between Thanksgiving break and winter vacation is stressful. The holidays are right around the corner, but we face one not-so-merry obstacle [...]