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Why can’t people treat me with the same decency?

I know that I have privilege. Although I did not always have the best financial situation and could not afford all the things my friends, had, or had to get things from dollar stores and thrift shops in order to afford to keep our house, there are many things that I was blessed with that many people don’t have. 483 more words


Size Does Matter

Or, perhaps more accurately, I go to a small college in a rural part of the country and I love every second of it.

For a long time during the college search process, I pictured myself making it big at a contemporary city school. 1,046 more words

7 Things I’ll Miss About Studying Abroad In An American Liberal Arts College

Originally posted on Pink Pangea.

As the semester draws to a close, there are a lot of things that I’m going to miss about studying in a small liberals arts college in North America. 616 more words

Ciara Cohen-Ennis

Growing Pains

Before I started college, I had no idea what to expect. Would it be like high school, or more like it was portrayed in movies? The answer- neither. 449 more words

Aww, here it goes.

I know what you may be thinking, “Another twenty-something starting a blog, how original”. Admittedly, this blog will probably contain cliched musings about how to “live the best life”, but hear me out. 178 more words


opportunity cost

I had another good-good-not-bad day today. Although I have a really bad still neck and muscle aches everywhere. I need to chill!!! I got super upset at some point, feeling like an outsider to this college community, like I’m not doing as well as everybody else, like I’m getting left behind and no one cares about me because me has nothing to offer in comparison to alllll these other persons in the world. 288 more words

Rape Rhetoric And Silenced Voices: Black Women & Date-Rape

First read: http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/07/13/us/how-one-college-handled-a-sexual-assault-complaint.html?_r=3&referrer

Then read:

This article was published in the NYT on Sunday July 13th, 2014. If you read, it basically describes a young woman’s struggle with being raped, knowing the rapists, and having to deal with the school taking no disciplinary actions against the accused, one of which was found guilty. 958 more words