Like many students applying to graduate schools this fall, I took the Graduate Records Examinations (GRE). The most common thought I had, besides “What on Earth does tyro mean,” was “Why am I doing this?” […]
The other day I had a chance to finally sit down and hang out with some friends who’ve recently graduated college and entered the work world. This is something that’s become increasingly difficult as (one […]
The idiom “swan song” metaphorically refers to the last work a person performs before death. It is a morbid usage, but perhaps appropriate, considering this is my metaphorical death in regards to the Technique. I’ve […]
Recently, the Office of the President and the Undergraduate Student Government Association (SGA) have been collaborating to develop a plan to split the Spring 2013 commencement ceremony. “We suggest finding ways to increase the number […]
The romance of graduation is gone. Graduating seniors go straight from final exams Friday afternoon into commencement Saturday morning with no time to breathe in between. This haste ruins a vital part of the college […]
Earlier last month, the Higher Education Funding Commission, appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal, approved a new formula to determine funding for all colleges that links funding received from taxpayer money to improving students’ success as well as the number of degrees and certificates awarded.