“Three years ago, I arrived eager to start classes and get involved and make a trillion new lifelong friends,” writes Editor-in-Chief Brently Snead.
“Okay, so maybe my expectations were a little high.” […]
We’re all too accustomed to the first day of class when the professor explains their syllabus and the expectations for the class. One of the most varied expectations set by professors is the attendance policy. […]
No holiday season would be complete without “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” Viewers can’t help but relate to the issues that result from when family visits for the holidays. “A Charlie Brown […]
Location. After living in a town different from your hometown, you come to appreciate the difference in location and gain perspective, and you realize you’re thankful for it. Quiet. Another great aspect of small towns […]
Know your people. This year offers the opportunity to have a say in both state and local positions. Research the candidates so you are making a choice you are comfortable with because these people […]
Jay Bauman graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology from University of Chicago before attending a Ph.D. program in applied physiology at Georgia Institute of Technology. For the last two years, Bauman has spent his […]
The art department has created a new program this year that challenges individuals to take 15 minutes out of their busy weeks to appreciate and learn more about art. Faculty members of the art department […]