How Suite-Style Dorms Affect First-Year Females

November 3, 2016

Meet the Suite I knock on the bland, beige door of a 9th floor suite. A smiling face greets me at the door and invites me inside. The sound of laughter and music fills the small hallway- all the doors … Continued

Polk Place as a Place for Relaxation?

November 3, 2016

Chances are if you’re a college student, the answer to that question is yes. You’ve probably tried many methods of reducing stress, to no avail. But if you venture out into Polk Place any time of the day, you’re bound … Continued

Starbucks in Rams: Work or Play?

November 3, 2016

Starbucks: Work or Play? Shelter From the Storm I had just finished the long walk back to south campus from classes. Even though my classes were over, my day wasn’t by a long shot. Just as my luck would have … Continued

Being Alone in a Group: A study of academic libraries

November 2, 2016

What is a library like? When you think of a university library, you might think of a building with shelves and shelves of books that people check out for dissertations or massive research papers. However, the library has become a space for … Continued