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Fake Smiles and Razor Blades: How I Realized I Wanted to...

I knew Macy as a short girl with pink hair and the biggest, goofiest smile ever seen. I met her at a game of Monopoly that my roommates organized with other girls on our dorm room floor. We instantly clicked and, soon after, she introduced me to her group of friends. They just so happened…

Finding Solace throughout Coronavirus Seclusion

Sitting at home in my childhood bedroom where old inspirational quotes and high school homecoming mums still lined the walls, I heard a knock at my door. When my dad turned the knob and pushed inside, he said, “I’m about to leave for Atlanta; I just wanted to tell you bye. I’ll be back in…

COVID-19: Requiring Me Out of College Method Prematurely

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone’s priority should include staying in place and staying cautious. However, with colleges starting to shut down students have to decide whether to stay put or go back to their hometowns. Read on for advice on what to do in such a stressful situation. WHAT’S YOUR SCHOOL RECOMMENDING?…

21 Finest Research Study Apps to Warranty a 4.0 GPA in...

We all struggle with figuring out how and when to study, especially with the busy schedules and excessive notes that come with life as a college student. Use study apps on your smartphone or tablet to your advantage to study more effectively. From apps that help you organize your schedule, access thousands of notes and…

How I Got My Task at KION News

Try to imagine what your life has in store for you three, five or 10 years from now. What career will you have? Or, more importantly, what career do you want? The answers to these questions constantly change and that becomes a part of life. Successful reporters, like previous College Magazine writer Shannon Longworth, channeled…

Black Ladies’ PWI Survival Guide

From middle school to high school, I had the identity crisis of figuring out I was indeed, a black girl. Sounds crazy, I know. It wasn’t as simple as noticing the difference in skin tone and hair texture but rather handling an overwhelming amount of racially targeted situations that I knew felt wrong on the…

The Roomie Compatibility Test

Hey, incoming freshmen. I know that the number one thing you’re nervous about this summer is whether or not you’re going to get along with your new roommate this fall. I’ve been there – the thought of being thrust into a 10-by-15-foot room to live with a total stranger for a year can be super…

10 Finest Memes of 2020 That Will Make You LOL

Best coping mechanism — joking about inevitable, tragic events. Whether you design them yourself or your timeline showcases a chock full of funny dog videos, no one can disagree that memes provide the silver lining around unfortunate events, whatever that may be. Let’s dive into the top memes so far this year. 1. World War…

5 Spring 2020 Runway Searches a College Spending Plan

Ladies and Gents, hold onto your underwear with both hands because these new spring runway styles will hit you like a bow and arrow. Yes, we have the bullseye aim and we’ll shoot you looks that’ll have you walking like the main star of a show. Most of all, you now have a story to…

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