2015 marks the first year of the Final Four format, which means the much anticipated end to the 16-year BCS. That is a good thing for college football. Let me rephrase that: It is a great thing for college football. And the SEC showing a chink in its armor might just be as well.
Your college team may have battled its way into a top bowl game, but are its fans die-hard enough to fly in for the match-up?
This Fashionista embodies the artistic and bold FSU student; she's an art major who surrounds herself in beautiful art from her own hand-made wild art pieces and paintings, to creating incredible photos through her own art and photography.
For most of the college crowd across the nation, Florida State is most well known for being a "party school." And while that may stand true, what's not usually recognized is the prevailing sense of style students have here on campus.
This year's quarterback class has been widely disparaged, and somewhat rightfully so. In light of many recent first-year starters' immediate success, especially last year, this quarterback class looks extremely barren in terms of pro-ready players who can start in Week One this fall.
"We the People" create the institutions that serve us. It's easy to forget that we -- individual citizens -- are the ones responsible for our children's education.
Republican Governor Rick Scott of Florida has floated the idea of charging lower tuition for state college students who major in so-called "business-friendly" disciplines.
Eighty thousand people cheer as Chief Osceola throws his spear into the center of a beautiful new brick stadium.
It wouldn't be a college rankings series without a party list, much less the 2013 Unigo College Rankings, and we're certainly not bucking that trend. ...
This week kicks off a new college football season, my favorite time of the year. So much hard work and dedication goes into preparing a team for that first game -- and for the fans, the start of college football brings a renewed pride in their school.
It's hard to wrap my head around the fact that I am halfway through college. A lot of my expectations were incorrect, a lot of my choices were mistakes, and a lot of decisions I was uncertain about were some of the best things I could have done for myself.
Together, we can ensure that no student is left behind as a result of his or her print-related disability as we continue our path in the digital revolution of higher education.
This adjustment started at the peak of my adolescence, when I moved to the U.S. After introductions, I had to explain who I was and why I didn't fit their expectation of a Haitian girl. I'm often referred to as the "white Haitian" or the "light-skinned chick."
Is it a choice I would recommend? It's a tough, personal and likely uncomfortable decision to make -- especially for those who drive around town with the mascot of their former school plastered across their car's license plate (just saying). It's not for everyone.
Somewhere amongst the blob of partisan political analysis, reality television contests and mass commercialization that makes up our popular culture, is a world of politics that attempts to fit in. The problem is, real political discussion cannot exist in such a setting.
A young college student struggles for her life while she is repeatedly stabbed for simply remaining friends with an ex-boyfriend. Blood skews her dorm...