Everyone’s process of finding courses is different. I won’t tell you exactly how I do my research, but I will suggest seven tips I’ve learned over the past four years that I think can help you with yours.
College is not why you should be proud of me. Rather, you should be proud of all the Black and Asian Americans who fought to enter white-dominated institutions,such as Princeton, so that I, too, could be blessed with this opportunity.
Living a life of forgiveness is ultimately for ourselves. Resentment is simply poison that we drink believing it will fix us. But it rarely ever does. Anger will make us feel vindicated, but it will not set us free.
At the end of the day, a major is just a major. But what you choose to do everyday in college - the challenges you choose to face, and the mistakes and lessons that come from those choices - that’s what will shape your mind and character the most.
Even as the administration drags its feet in giving us answers or solving already apparent problems, we as students should still hold true to the principles of our motto: “In the Nation’s Service and the Service of Humanity.”
Grief does not end in a day. Sometimes it doesn’t ever go away. I know it will surface again sometime in late August, and October during Halloween, and November in the weeks leading up to and during Thanksgiving. What will I be thankful for then?