Emilija Segetlija, a freshmen finance major, has come to America from Serbia and brought more than her bright smile and optimistic attitude. “My friends told me that the fashion was different here,” said Segetlija, who started playing for the women’s tennis team this semester. “I didn’t realize how different it
Gone is a day for us to give thanks. In 1863, during the midst of the U.S. Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving an official U.S. holiday, according to history.com. It was decided that Thanksgiving would be a day to celebrate the harvest and the hard work many people
As this is being written, neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump has yet been elected president. But what’s obvious is that in the runup to this week’s presidential election, many Americans seem to be wondering if it’s time to abandon ship and head north if their favorite candidate loses. According
When we graduate, we throw our caps up in the air in hopes that we are going to go on to bigger and brighter things. But before that day, we often ask ourselves what we want to do with our lives. And will my chosen major lead me to a
Sexual assaults on college campuses have become an epidemic. According to RAINN.org, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting sexual violence, 11.2 percent of all students’ experience rape or sexual assault through physical force, violence, or incapacitation, and 90 percent of college victims feel so ashamed that they never file a report.