Conquering the Freshman Fear of Failure | New York Times | August 2016 Although it’s been a long time, I vividly recall my reaction when I learned that I had been admitted to Amherst College: The admissions office must have made a terrible mistake.
The invisible addiction: Cell-phone activities and addiction among male and female college students | Journal of Behavioral Addictions | August 2014 Across all of the 24 cell-phone activities, females reported spending significantly more (p < .02) time on their phones per day (600 minutes) [10 hours] than males (458.5 minutes) [7.5 hours].
I’m a Duke freshman. Here’s why I refused to read ‘Fun Home.’ | Washington Post | August 2015 As a Christian, I knew that my beliefs and identity would be challenged at a progressive university like Duke. My first challenge came well before I arrived on campus, when I learned that all first years were assigned “Fun Home,” a graphic