By: Ashley Williams From the catwalks of Fashion Week to the halls of high schools, the #nomakeup trend has taken society by storm. For decades, women leaving home without makeup have been associated with disorganization; maybe we’ve overslept, or are enduring some sort of life crisis. However, going out with a face full of carefully applied cosmetics isn’t the right path either; now we’re trying … Continue reading Can’t “makeup” your mind?
By: Nadia Pressley National media has recently had a lot to say about gay and transgender individuals. The controversy over House Bill 2 (otherwise known as HB2), which banned residents of North Carolina from using any restroom that does not correspond with their biological sex received numerous reactions, both positive and negative. Ultimately, the argument over transgender people and their right to have access to … Continue reading Georgia takes the heat in gender neutral restroom controversy
By: Andi Breitowich You look at the clock and realize its already 9 at night. That essay that you have known about for two weeks is due tomorrow. You have continually reprioritized your responsibilities time and time again, but now its crunch time. Procrastination has overcome you, yet again. In today`s society speed is often rewarded. We strive to be the first, the quickest, and … Continue reading Procrastination enhances learning experience
By: Sarai Abraham There was a time when belonging to honor societies was not a common occurrence. Today, almost everyone belongs to an “honor society”, which diminishes the prestige. I think of an honor society as a select group of students that share high grade point averages, high class ranks, and had to undergo an extensive acceptance process. Everyone belonging to an honor society takes away the … Continue reading Are honors societies still prestigious?