“No student should have to tell their teacher, ‘My school was just shot up. Please understand my absence.’”
"I take things to heart ... But my heart is open."
Love has no boundaries. No matter who you are and where you are, love has the power to bring people together. It is strong enough to overcome all the obstacles and keep us together forever.
"How does a city of this magnitude bring young students to the water, and have them feel a sense of ownership and community?" asks Professor Lauren Birney from her lower Manhattan office at Pace University's School of Education. "Oysters."
The problem is not a lack of comedic women who could play hardball with the boys of late night; the problem is they are not given the chance.
For many, the daunting question of "What do you want to be when you grow up?" causes that lump in your throat to grow a little bigger. As you think about what you say, you find yourself at a standstill and a bit confused.
In colleges across the U.S., where food is so readily available to students 24 hours a day, it can often feel almost ridiculous to put in an effort to cook for yourself. But if you're anything like myself, cooking is a kind of stress reliever at the end of a tension-filled day.
As a college student, I know firsthand that any form of standardized testing is an inaccurate form of measuring one's performance in a higher-education setting, because the learning style and environment is so drastically different from that of any K-12 institution.
The student who filed the complaint, and who asked to remain anonymous due to the private nature of her experience, received