The Choices Before Us

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer With a finite number of wakeful hours in any given day, we as humans are constantly forced to make choices about how to spend that time. And the options are endless. Do I wake up an hour early in order to fit in a run? Do I keep eating the […]

Focus on the Knowns

By Amanda Cardini, Editor-in-Chief The end of the semester is typically a time of high stress. Between final exams and group projects, extracurricular activities wrapping up, and the looming promise of the holidays, students end up juggling their various commitments. When anxiety seems threateningly overwhelming, finding a way to pull through can greatly impact the […]

Economics, Politics & Technology Disrupting Higher Education and the International Mobile Student

By DJ Nelson, Staff Writer For many years individuals have been crossing country borders to seek higher educations. These students fall into three separate categories: internationally mobile students, foreign students and credit-mobile students. UNESCO defines an internationally mobile student as “an individual who has physically crossed an international border between two countries with the objective to participate […]

An Attitude of Gratitude

By Tomiwa Adeyemo, Staff Writer On October 21st, I signed up as a volunteer for an app I saw on Twitter called “Be My Eyes.” It’s an innovative idea, a free app that “that connects blind and low-vision people with sighted volunteers and company representatives for visual assistance through a live video call.” (Be My […]

Pike Quenelle (Quenelle de Brochet)

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer Whether you believe it or not, we are at the end of the semester. Many of you will travel – at least I hope so. So, if you are lucky to find yourself in France, consider making the trip to Lyon. I had the opportunity to visit this beautiful city last year, during a study abroad program. The experience was second to none, thanks to […]