I was recently talking to a teacher friend of mine, who was stressing before his first day with a new class because he didn’t know what to do as a unique and cool icebreaker activity. In wanting so badly to do something unique and cool,
The slice taken out of my very first paycheck for “SSA” really stung. I didn’t know what “SSA” was, but I did have plans for that money. In the years since, I’ve learned that “SSA” is the Social Security Administration, but I’ve long since lost
Set yourself apart.
We’ve entered an interesting epoch in our history. We live in a time where there is an extremely large amount of skilled, knowledgeable and qualified people. This is true in almost every field, and especially true in the Western world.
Today tens of millions
Success and happiness require goals. And achieving goals requires a consistent routine. Specifically, a routine of action and productivity. The catch is that consciously developing a new routine can be extremely difficult and you will most definitely struggle and stumble more than once along the
I’m a student, which means (almost by definition) that I don’t have everything in my life figured out yet. Should I “follow my dream,” or just do something that I’m good at and don’t hate? Should I follow through with getting a 4–7 year University
Timothy Sandefur is Vice President for Litigation at the Goldwater Institute and author of the new book: Frederick Douglass: Self-Made Man. Recently, I sat down with Mr. Sandefur to discuss his book and the inspirational life of Frederick Douglass. The following is a transcript of
Students are increasingly concerned about high costs and decreasing quality in higher education. But a major cause of those problems, the government accreditation system, is less well known. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that hundreds of schools retain accreditation despite low graduation rates and
Did anyone else stay until the very end of the “reel” at Star Wars: The Last Jedi. I did. Not because I was expecting a “secret” scene or to dry my tears of joy (okay, maybe that was a small part of it). Rather, the
Sandi Brents began the summer of 1978 in Houston with great anticipation. She and her children were joining her husband Jim, on his project team assignment in an apartment in Houston, Texas and she would at long last have time to catch up on her
The following is a letter to the editor from Mohamed Ali, a student of Physics at the University of Rochester.
I am a fan of the West. Alongside many other adherents of Objectivism—the philosophy of Ayn Rand—I celebrate the achievements of Christopher Columbus, venerate the West’s