With the semester online this fall, three seniors reflect on taking the gap semester rather than spend senior traditions online.
As students make plans for the fall, Becca Zimmerman PZ ’21 explains why living with friends amid the coronavirus pandemic may be unwise.
Lillian Perlmutter SC ’21 explores the experience of returning from abroad and feeling like life doesn’t quite fit together the same.
Nina Potischman PO ’21 critiques Sarah Manguso’s “The Two Kinds of Decay” and the need to extract meaning from experiences of chronic illness.
Minerva boasts a stripped-down college experience — no sports teams, gym, library, dining hall or even classrooms — just residence halls in seven locations throughout the world.
In the Weekly Writing Workshop, students from across the 5Cs gather to mentor young students and help them improve their writing abilities.
Preparing to study abroad? Here are some tips on navigating friendships, finances and more to help you make the most out of your experience.
Tuition increases have consistently been a hot topic, and getting a college degree for many families is very expensive.
Before starting my year abroad, I had never been to the United States. All my knowledge of American life came from a limited number of reputable sources, namely Disney Channel, “Mean Girls” and “The Real Housewives.” I was prepared for cheerleaders, preppy students and cliques ranging from jocks to nerds.
Q: “I’m miserable here. I have friends and I like class and I have a job and I really am trying to have a perfect college experience but I’m incredibly sad and I don’t know how to fix it. Help?” A: As I was reading your question, the first