Author Archives: Sarah Wells

Move Aside, Christopher Columbus!

On Oct. 10, 2016, many people celebrated Christopher Columbus Day, which honored the explorer for discovering North America, as a part of a 400-year-old tradition. However, since the 1990s, there has been a growing movement against this holiday. While it is true that Christopher Columbus was an explorer, he didn’t actually discover North America. The

How to Make the Most out of Fall

The colors orange, yellow, and brown seem to be appearing more throughout campus not only with the leaves, but with posters and decorations celebrating that fall is here. To help contribute to the spirit of fall, here are numerous things that you can get pumped about this season. Some quintessential fall activities you cannot miss

Cold Coffee: To FAI and Beyond

Around four weeks ago, a very nervous freshman came to campus for the Freshman Academic Institute (FAI). She managed to actually get out, converse with the other kids, get to class on time and do her technical first pieces of college homework. New discoveries were made every day: don’t go to dinner right after the