Ruby Perlmutter '13 looks at the question of what it means to be "ready" for college.
Arts and Entertainment Editor Ruby Perlmutter '13 goes after the new "clean" edition of Huck Finn.
Recently, a number of people — most notably President David Skorton — have questioned the notion that so-called impractical majors do not prepare students for successful careers.
Ruby Perlmutter '13 argues that Cornell's course enrollment policies are largely positive.
Ruby Perlmutter '13 presents her plan for a revamped distribution requirement system that would give Arts and Sciences students more freedom.
Ruby Perlmutter '13 brainstorms some ways to better incorporate freshmen students into the Cornell residential community.
Sun Arts Editor and columnist Ruby Perlmutter '13 argues that foreign language courses could be improved by becomign less general and more fun.
Ruby Perlmutter '13 argues Cornell to trash the quote sandwich approach to writing.