As the party prepares for the races to come, college students must join the effort to form a new Democratic party.
The event was part of the Institute’s “Issues Facing Millennials” series happening this fall.
On move-in day at the beginning of every fall semester, thousands of wide-eyed freshmen, armed with over-packed boxes and anxious parents, begin the complicated process of living with roommates in dorms or suites. The living space allows students new to the University to gain some independence while fostering social interaction, and resident assistants help them […]
Designer Troy Evans has redefined the meaning of life after college — by bringing dorm living into the adult world. Earlier this month, Evans debuted his downtown Syracuse floor plans for dorms for grown-ups, or, as Evans likes to call it, “Commonspace.” Twenty-one microunits, each packed with a tiny kitchen, bathroom and bedroom, surround a […]
The journalistic pieces that decry the slow death of free speech at the hands of liberal universities show a peculiar trend of employing liberal rhetoric to do so. A recent piece for The Atlantic invokes the authority of various respected feminists and feminist organizations to illustrate how federal sexual harassment policies impede academic freedoms. This […]
It’s not uncommon for a college senior to be asked, “What are you doing after graduation?” But the answer isn’t always clear — especially for liberal arts majors. There are so many options: Go to graduate school, get an entry-level job, go to Europe to “find yourself” — the list goes on and on. Like […]
No one, not even the late Steve Jobs, can say that they know everything about technology. Jobs might have come the closest to possessing knowledge about all things tech, but even he did not know every single programming language nor every startup in Silicon Valley. As a college student, tech is unavoidable. Apps such as […]