One Tribe

The semester has not yet started, and already the campus is heavy and quiet with the tragedy of a student death. It is in

SNOMI – The Summer Nighttime Outdoor Misery Index

During the summer academic geologists commonly spend time in the field doing research; it’s one of the great things about studying the Earth.  I’m

On to the Next One

We Admit It!  This time of year is a bit odd.  The campus is buzzing with activity, preparing to welcome the newest members of

Going Green at School!

With the new school year approaching we all have the same question on our minds – how am I going to be green on

We’re Live

Admit It! Starting your college application early is likely something you’ve told yourself you’ll do before the summer ends. Well, starting today you have

Favorite Class: Marketing & Society

The Saddest Affair: A Geologic Perspective on the Battle of the Crater, U.S. Civil War

One hundred and fifty years ago this week a terrible and pernicious battle was fought at Petersburg, Virginia during the American Civil War. In

Legacy

It has been a monumental summer thus far, in more ways than one—working on a team with thirteen other senior interviews has been an

Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3

Admit It! No one likes standardized testing. None of you wake up on a Saturday morning and think to yourself, what I’d really love