BY JENNIFER XU
Reality television has long occupied a curious space in popular culture, with scholars and viewers alike contending on it’s grouping as art or anthropology.
BY SARAH SKALUBA
No one likes being rejected from anything whether it’s an internship, job or coveted leadership position. However, we need to step back for a moment and realize that the internship quest is not the earth-shattering situation we make it out to be.
BY MICHAEL SPAETH
Remember Kony 2012? How about the Stop Online Piracy Act and PROTECT IP Act blackouts?
BY KATIE STEEN
People post the most mundane shit on Facebook all the time, so why not spread a message that contributes something a little more meaningful than a Buzzfeed post on corgis?
BY EMILY PITTINOS
No matter how vivaciously I tell the story, the truth is I was afraid.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
DP Day taught me that service isn’t about what you want to do — it’s about what the community needs.
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