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College is an interesting and confusing time of trying to figure out how you want your life to work. You have to decide: on a major, if/where you’ll work, what to eat any given day, to go to the gym, pick classes– and go to said classes, where to live, if you’re going to join any academic clubs, if you’re going to join any social clubs… and after ALLLLL that you have to try to sleep and have a social life too! 1,052 more words
For the original article to which I am responding, please visit http://time.com/4784875/fraternities-timothy-piazza/.
Dear Ms. Wade: I have never been more disappointed by an article in a publication that I admire as much as Time. 282 more words
Hello to those far and wide of WordPress! This being my first blog post has lead to me writing out a cliche introduction. My name is Liv, not Olivia, I am a 20something year old residing in the oldest and most historically relevant city of the United States. 72 more words
Alpha Omicron Kappa (AOK)
The oldest sorority on campus, Alpha Omicron Kappa was founded when Waverly University was simply the Waverly Schoolhouse. Its long tradition of service dates back to its founder, 6th-grade student Heather Grimaldi, who got a pencil for Dino Spinoni without even being asked. 176 more words