By Katherine Wright In seventh grade, my science teacher showed us a documentary that convinced me that dragons were real.  In the documentary, there were interviews with scientists, historians and paleontologists who showed fossilized remnants of wings and proof of a body part that may have had the ability to generate fire. They compared dragons […]

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Getting back into the groove of school can feel overwhelming, especially when your school year starts with professors dumping syllabus packets on you with seemingly endless pages of projects, homework and exams. It’s easy to fall behind and miss due dates when it feels like you have a million things to keep track of.  But […]

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In honor of Black History Month, here are just a few of so many unsung black women that helped build today’s Black America.

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If you are like me, you will have to try out many study spots before you find a few locations that actually allow you to get some work done.

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