Although Columbia requires personal achievement, we wouldn't have gotten anywhere without the support of someone who believed in us.
Experiencing college through fashion can be an armor to protect from other experiences.
Writing, thinking, and acting like a girl has its own independent merit.
Before we are ready to be with another person, we should be ready to be by ourselves.
I spent my college years doing exactly what I wanted to do without much thought for what would happen after graduation.
We learn to open our minds to great books and new philosophies—but we’re still hesitant to open our hearts to love.
Personal success is not about markers of validation.
Feeling the holiday slump, but smiling anyway.
Hurricane Sandy should be a reminder to students to regularly keep in touch with their loved ones at home.
No matter how we look, we all want to be taken seriously.
Apr 17, 4:25pm
If your life is feeling a little dull after the excitement of Bacchanal, the Eye’s got your back. We have something extra special in store this week. Every semester, we... Read More
The Bookseller outside Milano talks about CU attitude, useless MoHi restaurants, and reading beyond the CoreApr 17, 2:29pm
The independent bookseller (and published author) outside of Milano, Steven Hann, sells books with pride. His work of poetry Blonde, Blue Eyed, and Handsome and book Mr. Manner’s Guide to... Read More
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