By Cullen Knowles This spring, hundreds of thousands of high school seniors will make one of the most important decisions of their lives: where they will go to college, and what they will study at their new school. Unfortunately, the process leading up to this paramount decision is excessively long, frustrating, and arduous for most high school seniors, and the majority of these seniors are … Continue reading The Old College Try and the New College Trial
By Aaron Thies I am a chronic Procrastinator. It is a recurring affliction that does more harm than good; it’s something I could learn to control, but in all fairness I don’t want to stop procrastinating. Procrastination injects drama and tension to otherwise boring tasks such as chores, homework, and anything else that can be put off until the last minute. To procrastinate, in essence, … Continue reading An Ode to Procrastination
By Adam Grigg America has always had an on-again, off-again relationship with those crazy Brits. Our Nation’s history began with a few harsh feelings between us, but in the time since, we’ve gotten closer, if not friendlier. The British are strange, foreign and yet very familiar; they’re like a funhouse mirror, reflecting ourselves but oddly distorted. For example, they call French fries “chips” and chips … Continue reading What Makes Monty Python Funny?