Hyper-stress on college campuses: a culture of high achievement leads to increased rates of mental illnesses
Christin Howard discusses the stress current college students are under and its ramifications on mental health, physical health and drug use.
Anthony Ferranti argues that the ethnicities of political candidates should not dissuade potential voters.
Corruption in the pharmaceutical industry is not a new issue, but the EpiPen crisis should be the last straw, writes Miranda Donohue.
Charlie Giordano argues that separating generations with titles, like the newest season of “Survivor” does, is detrimental personal development.
Edridge D’Souza believes that Hillary Clinton’s ad “Mirrors” demonstrates the Democratic nominee’s campaign style.
The Daily Collegian articulates the values it stands for and goals it strives to achieve.
Ruwan Teodros shares how the James Foley documentary changed her outlook on her own life, aiming to focus less on trivial issues in the future.
Laura Handly argues for going out of your comfort zone and experiencing situations that may make you uncomfortable.
Jeffrey Ayers shares what he as a college student has learned about sleep.
Evan Gaudette discusses the Seahawks’ use of the word “unity” when linking their arms during the national anthem.
Though minimum wage should not be considered a proper living wage, one can gain a lot from the experience.
James Mazarakis compares the western and eastern parts of the state and calls for change to reconcile the differences.
Miranda Donohue argues that the millennial media news outlet The Odyssey Online is interfering with modern journalism.
Maral Margossian argues why Americans should remain in the U.S. regardless of who becomes president.
Becky Wandel discusses the advent of fall and the anxiety of change.