Published on December, 2017

The Evolution of Disability

December 4th, 2017; By Anthony Teles

Human language has been around for thousands of years, and has gone through great evolutionary steps in that time. As we learn and grow as a collective species, so too […]

Showing Respect in a World of Disagreements

December 4th, 2017; By Anthony Teles

As you go from elementary to high school, and then one step further to university, you meet more and more people from diverse backgrounds. Your frame of reference starts small, […]

Philosophy for Beginners

December 4th, 2017; By Stephanie Hughes

Philosophy is something that everyone practices without giving much thought to. Here are a few ways philosophy takes a huge part in our society and why it is very important. […]

How to Boost Your Confidence After a Bad Grade

December 4th, 2017; By Stephanie Hughes

You have been dreading and mulling over it all week: the bad letter grade that’s been slapped on your last test. It might have blind-sided you after you walked away […]

High School Lunches: The Bad Side

December 4th, 2017; By Stephanie Hughes

Television and movies often push the stereotype of the disgusting cafeteria food menu. As a student, you know better. Some of the fabulous options you have include pizza, French fries, […]

Get That Stamp of Approval: Preparing Recommendation Letters

December 4th, 2017; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Completing scholarship applications is often a tenuous process for students, requiring a lot of patience and determination. However, once the goal is obtained, the rewards are priceless. Often, one of […]