Mar. 10, 2017
Meal plan: real scam
Drexel University’s freshman dining plan is a scam. Students pay thousands of dollars a year, in exchange for dining options that leave them both wanting and needing more.
Oct. 14, 2016
Recently rethinking religion
Is God a real being? I had an hour long conversation with a friend, attempting to explain why I personally don’t believe in any god. I cannot be convinced that there is a god, even by someone as close as my friend. Throughout our conversation, I realized that this issue needed further reflection. After quite a bit of thinking, I realized that not believing in God has directly contributed to my happiness, and made me who I am today.
Oct. 7, 2016
Positive thinking, positive living
College is known for being a time for self-discovery. For most people, this means having control over parts of their life. The means of finding that control is simple: The Law of Attraction. The clearest way to understand this concept is that like attracts like. The most convenient part of this theory is its results depend entirely on your process of thinking. Once you become fully aware of your thoughts, you can drastically increase your level of happiness.
Sep. 30, 2016
Avoid random roomies
Roommate horror stories make most freshmen tremble. Sharing your living space with a stranger is bound to cause anxiety — especially when living in a dorm room that’s about 200 square-feet. When our parents went to college, they certainly did not have the resources we do today.