The first few weeks of my sophomore year have been super chaotic, to say the least. I’ve been attempting to successfully juggle an overloaded course load, extracurricular activities, a decent social life, and healthy exercise and sleep habits … all with the stress of waiting for my foot to heal after getting stitches on the […]

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To everyone whose SAT score made them feel inadequate or who stayed in a club they hated just to prove their dedication: I have good news. In a Jan. 20 report titled “Turning the Tide,” the Harvard Graduate School of Education offered an examination of current admissions procedures at top universities, along with suggestions for […]

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By Alexandria Hilliard, Staff Writer @alxhilliard What first comes to mind when you hear the name Amanda Bynes? From “The Amanda Show” to her recent Twitter shenanigans, Amanda has had a constant place in the public eye in the last few months. After her huge falling out on Twitter, in which she posted numerous tweets that freaked […]

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