While nonreligious student groups have a history of reaching out to religious groups for discussions and debates, the amount of cooperation in the last few years has increased drastically and broadened in scope.
College is a huge time commitment. Throw in a job, an attempt at having a social life, and a hobby or two and you never seem to get everything done. However, there are ways that college students can help prevent burnout.
If you like doing half-marathons, then here is a list of 5 fun half-marathons for college students. If doing races is not your thing, but your friends are into them, then you might want to look into volunteering at a race.
With collegiettes™ across the country trading the glamorous, sun-soaked world of summer for the decidedly less glamorous world of the classroom, schedules are once again filling up with classes and homework instead of tanning sessions and pool dates.
Harvard has missed something that I fear much of our society has lost sight of: Even if by some weird and lucky coincidence we happened to be right about every belief we cherish, we nevertheless tend not to understand why we hold those values until they are challenged.
As the nation waits for President Obama's long anticipated jobs speech on Thursday night with more than a bit of disillusionment and skepticism, we all have to ask ourselves if what we need to fix the job market isn't a bit more radical than what President Obama is likely to propose.