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A tale about transferring

Though I have been yearning for just one day back in my life at Miami again, I just knew it wasn’t the place where I belonged.

Don’t be so quick to judge millennials

Among the laundry list of millennial hallmarks I can’t stand lies the phrase “entitlement,” closely followed by Tinder and veganized pastries.

Dear teachers: Thank you

Raise your hand if you feel like you thank your teachers enough. Yeah, I didn’t think so.

It’s good to grow up. It means you grow into yourself, too.

Where am I in this process of becoming that person I want to be?

How the fight for gun control bridges the generational gap

The boundaries of age were crumbling in front of my eyes.

Take a moment to appreciate unsung heroes on campus

We are surrounded by university employees who shape our environment every day, yet we hardly ever engage with them.

Embrace the ‘story’ in family history

Growing up in the homogeny of the North Shore Chicago suburbs, lineage was not a common topic of discussion.

Fixating on a major is a major mistake

Most labels are reductive and relatively arbitrary, and that includes your field of study.

Invisible pain can hurt a lot more than external injuries

I can't help but notice vast differences between the way we respond to external versus internal pain.

To: me…Love, me

This holiday of love taps into our innermost feelings of self-hate, but we can do better.

Applying the lessons of Fun Day to all unfamiliar faces

If they have the space in their hearts for those different from them, why shouldn’t we?

College students can use their privilege to help kids become their best selves

The younger generation will solve tomorrow's problems – but we need to help them do it.
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