In The Wall Street Journal’s recent article “Oh, No Not Another College Tour!” Sarah Lawrence College professor Marek Fuch writes about the numerous college visits that have students “lacing up for another amble around another campus, members of an endless string … Read More
The Top 10 Student Cities
As the school year comes to a close, seniors across the world will be packing their duffle bags and suitcases and heading off to the next four-year chapter of their lives. Juniors are in the peak of the college search; … Read More
Feminists Collide on College Campuses
As a rising college freshman (hopefully) I find myself hyperaware of college news, and the ethical dilemmas that are frequently linked to this new universe. Scrolling down my Facebook newsfeed I stumbled upon an article written by a young Duke … Read More
Too Much Test Preparation Or Just Enough?
The SAT, a globally recognized standardized test, was first administered in 1901 as a universal way to determine if students were prepared for college-level work. The SAT no longer holds that same connotation. These three letters not only bring stress … Read More