Students should consider cost, advantages of unpaid internships
February 14, 2013
We’ve been told time and time again that internships are the key to a future in the workforce. They provide professional experience, field study and valuable connections. But when positions offer no stipend or pay, "internship" seems to become a fancy word for volunteer.
Greek life stereotypes don't reflect reality
January 24, 2013
The idea that sorority women and fraternity men do nothing more than party and drink alcohol is a misconception.
Polar Politics: Fiscal cliff deal should include tax hikes on wealthy
December 5, 2012
Just to get things straight — it is really not a fiscal cliff; it is more of a slope. The entity of the tax breaks and the spending cuts will not fully expire until ten years from Dec. 31.
Obama understands affordable education
November 1, 2012
“Borrow money if you have to, from your parents,” the ever innovative Governor Romney suggests. But if this isn't an option for you, chances are you’ll have to pick up a student loan, and you wouldn’t be the only one; 9.4 million students took advantage of the Pell Grant last year.