U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-VT, won Rhode Island’s Democratic Primary with 55 percent of the vote Apr. 26. Hillary Clinton trailed with 43.3 percent.
When I was a senior in high school, I attended an information session at Brown where several students asked outlandish questions.
What do I miss most about home? I miss the blue of the water and the pinks of the sky.
My whole life, I’ve been a reader. From a young age I would get lost in books, reading for hours on end with no interruption.
It is virtually impossible for today’s college students to escape political discourse and accompanying impassioned political debate on social media.
Graduate students are some of the greatest assets available to an undergraduate population at a university.
I apologize in advance for bringing up the SAT.
The presidential election has been the spectacle most on my mind recently, as many of my classmates likely understand.
Writing an open letter or op-ed about why Donald Trump is fundamentally unfit to be president is like declaring that the earth is round.
As a typical college student, I spend a lot of time in the library.