Almost 15 years after the death of Princess Diana, you can still buy plates and cups with her face on it on the streets of London. People still mourn her. She was an icon. So it makes sense that she is still mourned. But what about the ordinary? The everyday people who die too soon
Oh cell phone, what do I even think of you? In many ways you make my life so much easier. I’m connected to everything everywhere I go and I love you for that. But my love for you is my issue, for when I have had a long talk with Mr. Jack Daniels, I love
The university teacher-student dynamic can be a strange one: on one hand, students are students, and should reasonably be expected to act accordingly, deferring to professors as superiors and as more knowledgeable. On the other hand, students know they pay a good chunk of their professors’ salary, and this can sometimes lead to students feeling as
We all know someone whose Facebook profile picture is of them overindulging at last Friday's party and who, despite a solid resume, can't seem to get hired. But what about people who used their social media accounts intelligently and strategically to land the jobs of their dreams?