Student Contributors Articles
When you receive your decision, it is okay to feel devastated or elated or anywhere in between, at least for a little while.
Student contributor, Alaina, shares her feelings of homesickness.
Though the process can be divided into three steps, it may be somewhat different for every applicant.
How on earth can we keep ourselves motivated when the end seems so close and yet so far?
You can afford to attend the school of your dreams - you just need to do a little extra legwork.
Lahela shares her frustrations with senioritis.
Many college students have a small budget for purchasing gifts.
Your first semester of college is sure to be one of the strangest and, hopefully, most fun times of your life.
A person's worldview is personal and unique, as is their fingerprint and should be respected. But, how do you deal when your own beliefs are offended?
Are you on Pinterest? Alaina wants to know.
Ann shares her first experiences as a sister in a sorority.
Even though the last days of the semester are truly insane, it’s still a good idea to put a little thought into what you want to do over break.
Follow Ariana's advice and stand out from the rest of the applicants.
Sometimes you miss the comfort of home, even though you enjoy college.
Alaina works through whether or not liberal arts education affects religion.
Clearly, letters of reference are prominent for your ventures through the labyrinth of life.
Ann shares how she kept up her love for singing and performing in college.
Raheem shares his experience as a 17-year-old in his freshman year of college.
Transfer tips from student columnist, Kyiara.
Alongside extracurricular activities, a part-time job can help you appear as a well-rounded student; one that any college would absolutely love to have on their campus.