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
Test. This word usually triggers our brains to remember the anxiety-filled days of high school or college when our lives depended on acing that one particular exam. We may have spent countless hours poring over material, only to forget it all the minute the teacher hands us the test. That anxiety could be argued as… Read More Teaching or Testing?
I dread the “What are you majoring in?” question. This is unfortunate because it is asked quite often amongst college students. I am pretty sure I am not the only one who loathes this icebreaker question. As a sociology major, I have a prepared arsenal of justifications for choosing my major. Every major seems to… Read More The War on College Majors
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