By: Emily Fountain On March 29, The Daily Princetonian, the independent student-run newspaper of Princeton University, published a letter in the opinion section from Susan Patton, President of the Princeton Class of 1977. In said letter, Ms. Patton counters the recent trend (i.e. Sheryl Sandberg) of women focusing on their careers, instead stating that what women really need to do before [...]
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By: Darrian Stacy Contributor: Andrew Roberts President Michael Adams has been President of the University of Georgia since 1997. Holding a Ph.D. from the Ohio State University as well as five honorary degrees, the president has accepted over 50 awards for higher education both personally and on behalf of the University. Under his leadership, the University has achieved its highest [...]
By: Alex Sileo One of the most talked about social groups this past election cycle was the LGBT demographic. Marriage equality is finally polling around fifty percent nationally and four ballot issues on marriage equality were won in Maine, Maryland, Washington, and Minnesota. Three of these states legalized gay marriage while one ballot initiative stopped the state legislators from adding a [...]
By: Jacqueline Van De Velde The stories are familiar. The international affairs major working at Jittery Joes. The philosophy major waiting tables at Steak ‘n Shake. The chemistry major bagging groceries at Kroger. For recent graduates, the job market is bleak. Unemployment rates are higher for recent graduates than they have been in the last 10 years and are higher [...]
By: Uzma Chowdhury and Andrew Roberts Thirty-five dedicated students clad in red and black business formal gathered on the chilly, pitch-black morning of Thursday, Feb. 14, and piled onto a UGA bus. Their destination? “Dawgs at the Dome,” an event organized by the Student Government Association External Affairs team. The first effort of its kind at UGA, the intent was [...]
By: Park MacDougald Promote, then, as an object of primary importance, institutions for the general diffusion of knowledge. In proportion as the structure of a government gives force to public opinion, it is essential that public opinion should be enlightened. – George Washington What is the purpose of higher education? If you’ve ever had the distinct pleasure of taking one [...]