This presidential election cycle has been one for the history books, but it is far from over.
Describe how you have taken advantage of a significant educational opportunity or worked to overcome an educational barrier you have faced.
There will always be circumstances in your life where someone doesn't pull through, so you're better off learning how to deal with it now.
From reproductive rights to paid family leave to sexual and domestic violence, our society neatly categorizes issues where women bear the brunt of the burden as "women's issues," turning them into problems for women and women's rights advocates alone to solve.
With May 1--College Decision Day--upon us, here's advice that's not to be missed
With all of the stress that comes with teaching, I think it's easy to forget all the amazing things I experience as a teacher that would never be the status quo in a "normal job."
Consider me a concerned friend. I'm concerned because it seems like just a minute ago I was telling parents about the lack of knowledge many of you seem to have about credit, in general, and I recently just found out this illiteracy extends to the subject of credit cards too.
The first time a student will face the decision about whether to disclose is while writing his or her college application essay.
Why do for-profit colleges feel they need to put a contractual straitjacket on their students? It turns out that many of the companies requiring students to sign these contracts are the same ones found to be lying, cheating, and stealing their way to revenue and growth for their investors.
May 1st is the date many colleges ask students to submit an enrollment deposit, so it's largely seen as the end of the college application season. Since May 1st is a Sunday, it's being extended by one day, in a year where, in many respects, the end really needed to come sooner, not later.
I ask you, fellow undergrads, to please start caring about grad student unions, at your school and all schools nationwide. As long as we benefit from the tireless labor of grad student workers on our campuses, this is our problem.
At Cornell, people do not look like my vecinos. Whereas I would have been praised for touching the hot paella and learning that it burns, failure doesn't work in the same way within institutions of higher education.
Now that students are grown and entering the workforce, how will parents transition? Every parent is interested in their son or daughter finding a great job and being successful, but there are limits and good ideas for parents to help their kids land a job after college.
You will be in love with your life, and for the first time in what feels like your entire existence - you will belong.
Without the academic resources, Asian Americans will continue to internalize the racism they face, to believe the misconception that their culture and history are irrelevant, and to consider their struggles not a part of the overall fight for racial equality.