"Who I was at the beginning of this semester is not who I am now. I’ve changed, in a good way. But if I’m being honest, this will probably be the last column I write for a while. I still have a lot to figure out, and that’s OK."
"The road to self-acceptance is a long one. In fact, I’m not sure if it ever really ends. The only thing I do know is this: my struggles explain me, but they don’t define me. And I think I’m OK with that."
"As for how to survive midterm season? Find something that keeps you grounded when life is moving fast."
Self-care is more than spa days and expensive skincare routines. In reality, the definition of self-care is remarkably fluid. It’s whatever you want or need it to be, and it doesn’t have to cost anything at all.
"These incidents are an unpleasant reminder of an uncomfortable truth: there are very few safe spaces for women in this world. And that is simply terrifying."
"Wait, have I been ghosted? I don’t know what to do. Should I text them? Or would that seem too clingy?"
"I’m tough and resilient as hell. And even on my worst days, I’m proud of who I’ve become."
"This hotline is a small but important step toward making CAPS more inclusive; it allows anyone to access the mental health support they need at any time."
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"Activists and people of color on this campus have sacrificed so much in ways that I can never begin to understand or imagine — they have given everything to a place that has given them so little in return."
The Genocide Awareness Project, an anti-abortion movement, came to campus on Monday, October 21, 2019 for a demonstration. The project's large-scale installation compared abortion to historic acts of violence and genocide.