A little bit of history I learned in my Chicano class: Segregation in many schools began in the early 1900's in the United States to help maintain a segregated society. Not only was there segregation with Mexican students, but also... Continue Reading →
As a student about to graduate college, it was inspiring to read this article.
The first few years of post-grad life have been chaotic. If you are lucky enough to have been able to go to college, you may find yourself experiencing some of the realities of ‘the real world.’ After 4 years of a scheduled, predictable life- it’s now time to make life changing decisions. Where should I work? Where should I live? Should I try to keep up my long distance friendships? Should I go back to school? Is this worth spending the money? Do I even HAVE money? Am I going to get food poisoning if I eat this?
It’s easy to get caught up in ‘adulting’ and long for your years in college. College was your own little customized social bubble full of friends and activities. Your only worry was Comm class in the morning. If you actually made it to class, you only had to roll out of bed, throw on…
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