Tagged: The Atlantic


That Will Make You Drink Responsibly

  MENTALITY Embedded in the minds of rising college students is an image of university life that is oriented around alcohol consumption. Whether covertly snuck into dorm rooms, a bar located in close proximity to campus, or in a fraternity house, our students have incorporated weekend binge drinking into their...

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The Times They Are A-Changin’ In The World

  GEORGE ORWELL ON LANGUAGE Language provides us the rewarding ability to communicate. We form words and sentences to convey our ideas and emotions emphatically and simply, yet proper language has now become nearly archaic. Words are abbreviated for lack of patience, grammar is sheer nuisance, and emojis replace our true emotional...


Why Occupy was Bartleby in the 21st Century

  September 17, 2011 marked a critical moment in the history of protest movements in the United States. Unity, passion, and voices refusing to be silenced came together in Zuccotti Park to oppose the face of inequality. “We are the 99%” has come be to recognized as a statement of refusal,...