The current political climate has understandably caused a lot of tension. Throughout history, politics have always been a sensitive topic, but the recent election in the United States and subsequent events have sparked a lot of debate and resistance. College campuses are known for being great spaces for mind opening debates and discussions. I have… Read More Speak Up
From condoms to consent, sex education is supposed to teach teens and young adults across the country everything there is to know about staying safe while being sexually active. Ideally, sex education is inclusive of all genders, sexual orientations, and bodies. Sex should be discussed in a free and comfortable manner, thus normalizing it and… Read More Sex Ed
Equal access to education is important but in many ways not always a reality. This is due to a wide range of factors, one of which is disability. Disability not only affects individuals when applying and getting accepted to college but also once they arrive at college. Colleges do offer services for disabled students but… Read More Mental Illness & Education
It is common knowledge that some form of higher education is necessary for a majority of careers—at least this is the impression that countless students in university have. For many, university is merely a stepping stone to a professional career. Students are willing to incur large amounts of debt in hopes that their undergraduate and… Read More Does College Prepare Students for the Workforce?