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The Daily Trials of an English Major: Romance! Action! Peer-Editing!

By ContributorDecember 6, 2010
Courtney Guth is going to reveal the secrets of English majors. SPOILER ALERT: she mentions literary devices! —Sparkitors In the words of my ever-so-hilarious sassy friend: “Look at your life! Look at your choices! What? What? What are you doing?” Upon entering college, I... More  →
The Daily Trials of an English Major: Romance! Action! Peer-Editing!

Confessions of a College Matchmaker: Potential Match #1

By ContributorDecember 6, 2010
If emMCie's column were a rom com, she would totally end up with Jerry. We're just saying! —Sparkitors Seeing as my roommate and I share the bonds of cohabitation (there’s a certain connection you make with a person when you know what her... More  →
Confessions of a College Matchmaker: Potential Match #1

I Go To... Georgia State University

By ContributorDecember 6, 2010
rissyloves, aka Clarissa Wallen, brings us the lowdown on GSU. Enjoy! —Sparkitors Here’s the basic beats: School: Georgia State University Location: Downtown Atlanta Size: About 30,000 undergrads Type: Public Number of Majors offered: 55 But here’s the breezy truth: Academics: At such a big school, you’d think that every single class... More  →
I Go To... Georgia State University

I Go To... The King's College

By Jennifer GrudzieckiDecember 2, 2010
We want to hear about your colleges. From YOU. No, we don't mean like a college catalog, or those silly brochures they send out in the mail. We want the inside scoop! Tell us anything, something, everything about your school...  and send it to More  →
I Go To... The King's College

Confessions of an RA: The Roommate Experience, Part 2

By Lindsay PuvelDecember 1, 2010
We've discussed frustrating roommates and how to bend them to your will. This week, we’re going to explore the truly hilarious, slightly sad, and often bizarre breed of roommates known as: The Specials (because The Freaks seemed a little harsh). Specials, while they’re often... More  →
Confessions of an RA: The Roommate Experience, Part 2

Life According to Ginger: The Hipster Phenomenon

By ContributorNovember 29, 2010
The meaning of life: 42. The greatest thing you could ever learn: to love and be loved in return. Definition of a hipster: umm… For those who haven’t heard of them, a hipster is a stereotype of a college student, and nobody seems to... More  →
Life According to Ginger: The Hipster Phenomenon

Life According to Ginger: Your Personal Guide to Thanksgiving Break

By ContributorNovember 24, 2010
I guess I’m not exactly qualified to give advice about how to handle going home for Thanksgiving, seeing as this is my first year handling this sticky situation, but BEAR WITH ME. I did go home for a week for fall break, and I made... More  →
Life According to Ginger: Your Personal Guide to Thanksgiving Break

Life According to Ginger: Lessons I Should Have Learned a Long Time Ago

By ContributorNovember 15, 2010
At least once a week since middle school, someone has reminded me: procrastinating is not a good idea. Yet here I am. It’s one in the morning. For the second night in a row, I’m writing papers that I’ve known about for weeks. I... More  →
Life According to Ginger: Lessons I Should Have Learned a Long Time Ago

Life According to Ginger: Fall Break Realizations

By ContributorOctober 29, 2010
I’ve decided that I like my college. Yes, I know I should have decided this a long time ago. Yes, I know I probably should have thought of that before I gave them all my money. And maybe I should have expressed my (insignificant) doubts... More  →
Life According to Ginger: Fall Break Realizations

Life According to Ginger: Midterm Report

By ContributorOctober 22, 2010
Midterms are done, and I’m home for fall break for a week! My school gives us a ridiculous number of breaks—we barely do any work at all. That was a joke. I have done more work in the past month and a half than I have... More  →
Life According to Ginger: Midterm Report