How to survive the college application process

By the time you complete your first month of senior year, the word “college” will be ingrained into your subconscious. The college application process is one of the most stressful and foreboding processes in the course of high school. The decision of the future is without a doubt exhausting. You get to choose where you … More How to survive the college application process

The 2016 Presidential Candidates and Their Views on College

In the 2015 State of the Union address, President Obama promised he would implement services that would help make community college free for all students just graduating high school. His proposal would make public education last an extra two years, which he hoped would help close the achievement gap the U.S. has in comparison to … More The 2016 Presidential Candidates and Their Views on College

Occidental students protest lack of diversity on campus

Students at Occidental College have organized a list of fourteen demands to President Jonathan Veitch to address the lack of diversity on the Southern California campus. The organization, Oxy United for Black Liberation, has been formed as a result of the numerous protests in support of the discrimination against Black students at the college. Students … More Occidental students protest lack of diversity on campus

Umpqua College shooting shocks the nation

Tragedy struck at a community college in the rural city of Roseburg, Oregon. On October 1, a 26-year-old man identified as Chris Harper-Mercer opened fire on students at Umpqua Community College. Students in the humanities department building heard gunshots coming from a public speaking class. Quickly the building was evacuated and the campus went on … More Umpqua College shooting shocks the nation