Adrienne Zable '11 gives her version of what a cover letter from a desperate jobless senior should really look like.
S.A. Rep. Andrew Brokman '11 defends the need for a student bill of rights to defend campus liberties.
Elias Wynshaw '14 intelligently questions the significance of Osama bin Laden's death and weighs in on the nature of Americans' reactions to it.
Nathaniel Houghton '11 chronicles the importance and significance of community service in Cornell's Greek community.
In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day Monday, May 1, Nathaniel Rosen '13 urges students to put their lives in perspective and hold on to what's meaningful.
Kevin Chung '11 weighs in on the state of small language programs at Cornell.
Sebastian Deri '13 defends careers that are less financially lucrative but more intellectually rewarding.
If the University wants to build barriers, that’s fine, Ben Piñon '11 argues — but the administration needs to bridge the gap separating itself from its students as it moves forward with new mental health initiatives.
Emily Isaacs '11 talks about her experience as a "name twin" at Cornell and why the University should reassess its student identification measures.