In today’s edition of the The Daily Orange, I argue that students should speak out against offensive artists who are invited to perform on college campuses… Read more here.
In this edition of The Daily Orange, I call on the Syracuse University student body to vote in order to have their grievances addressed and their concerns heard… Read more here.
In today’s edition of the The Daily Orange, I discuss college attitudes toward alcohol and argue that students should do more to take care of their peers while drinking here.
In today’s DO, I argue that the monetary costs and mandatory attendance policies should not outweigh a student’s ability to make decisions for themselves when it comes to skipping class… Read more here.
In this edition of The Daily Orange, I discuss the positive outcomes that could stem from Stopping Unfair Collateral Consequences from Ending Student Success Act (SUCCESS), a piece of legislation that, if passed, would repeal the law that suspends aid eligibility for students with drug infractions… Read more here.
In this edition of The Daily Orange, I discuss the unhealthy nature of sleep deprivation culture among college students… Read more here.
In today’s edition of The Daily Orange, I discuss the impact of technology-related distractions in college classrooms and ways in which they can be minimized… Read more here.
In today’s Daily Orange, I discuss New York’s new loan forgiveness program and argue that the move with provide students with more financial flexibility in navigating life after college… Read more here.
Originally published in The Daily Orange Hey Mom, can I borrow $60,000 for college? I’ll pay you back, I promise. A new survey by MONEY Magazine and Kaplan Test Prep shows that families are making more financial sacrifices to put their kids through college than in previous years. According to the survey, 62 percent of parents said… Read More Financial independence is a process in changing student-parent relationship
Check out pictures from The Chronicle and MBC‘s annual signing day. It’s the journalism program’s fun way of celebrating the seniors and their college decisions. Just like the high school athletes who go on to play at the collegiate level, I signed an unofficial official letter of intent committing to…Syracuse University! Congratulations to the other… Read More Journalism Signing Day 2015