As many high school seniors scramble to get their college applications in on January first, some students of color find themselves with an extra set of questions to ask schools.
Application deadlines are coming up for graduating seniors interested in going to college next year. It’s a stressful time. Youth Radio talked to three graduating seniors, Arnav Gupta, Nina Roehl, and Sierra Fang-Horvath, about their mad sprint to the finish line.
As a high school senior, I look forward to every break. Thanksgiving is one of my favorites. But I’ve found myself dreading the arrival of this holiday because of college application deadlines.
Once my classmates had the opportunity to speak anonymously, it was like an entirely new side of them came out, one of fervent hatred and unashamed criticism.
After having my life completely structured for 18 years, it’s up to me now.
Which celebrities are currently college bound? We’ve got the campus round up.
School dress codes are about more than just spaghetti straps — they may also reinforce disparities rooted in race, class, and gender.
Despite the benefits of having safe spaces on campus, debates on whether or not they serve a good purpose is still out there. There’s this idea that safe spaces coddle college students rather than prepare them for the real world. But that is NOT how I see it.
It was the first time I had ever heard that word. I didn’t know how to react. I had many questions. Should I be upset? Could I call the white student the n-word too? Who invented this word? Do adults use the word?