Monthly Archives: June 2016

Dressing Respectfully: What to Wear When Traveling Abroad
I’m just your average white girl. My hair is neither blonde nor brown, and I am neither short nor tall. Many of my clothes come from Target, and I speak an unaccented “American” English. For better or for worse, I blend in when I’m in the United States. That all […]

Dressing Respectfully While Traveling Abroad

The Truth about Caffeine
If you Google anything long enough, you’re going to find a way to link it to either cancer or death, especially if you don’t use discretion in which articles you choose to read. This is why you should avoid looking up a list of symptoms—it’s going to tell you that […]

The Truth about Caffeine

How to Find a Summer Job in High School
Anyone in college admissions will wax poetic about summer jobs. With a summer job, high school students beef up their résumés, use their brains over the summers, and acquire new skills. Students who keep with their summer jobs during the school year are even more impressive. They prove they can […]

Finding a Summer Job in High School

The Reality of Owning a Fake ID
Freshman year comes with a bit of culture shock. Instead of meeting at your hometown bowling alley, your friends may head to the bars. So, what do you do if you’re under 21? Law prohibits you from entering many trendy college hangout spots, so a fake ID may seem like […]

The Reality of Owning a Fake ID

Cheap Date Ideas in College
Everyone has had that fantasy of impressing a boyfriend or girlfriend with a fancy five-star dinner and Broadway show, only to remember that they couldn’t actually afford to plan “the perfect date.” Here’s a newsflash: Dates don’t have to be fancy and expensive to be enjoyable. In fact, sometimes casual, […]

Date Ideas on a Budget

Ian Ferré talks about creating a startup: Greenlite Technologies.
Ian Ferré is a rising senior at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is currently working toward a BS degree in math with a secondary major in economics, but he supplements his analytical classes with more artistic endeavors, like photography, so as not to get too bogged down […]

My College Story: Student and CEO