Finally! Season four of the VOXCast is here. This time we have VOXCast co-founders Kenneth Franklin and Khalil Shipman talking about their transitions into freshman year, of college.
You’re probably wondering what college admissions recruiters and officers are thinking. Is it really all about grades to them, or are these recruiters hoping to find the esteemed multifaceted student that they could only dream of?
Completing the FAFSA can be as easy as you make it, but you have to be very careful and not zoom through it in 10 minutes, unless you truly know what you’re doing.
We deserve higher education without the unfair price amplification created by worried conservatives hoping to dominate the future.
“I hope that underclassmen can learn from some of my mistakes and the things I learned from my schoolmates and administration in the past four years.”
After embracing my authentic self during the span of an academic year, I packed my bags to head home — and, with my clothes, conditionally put away a part of myself.
“Hidden Figures” is a testimony to the struggle of women of color and how important it is to have a strong support system behind you every step of the way.
There I was, on a Greyhound bus leaving Union Station in Washington, D.C., with so many emotions swirling in my mind. I could not believe was actually leaving The Mecca — Howard University.
A few members of the class of ‘17 speak up about how to avoid senioritis. Although the whole process of applying to college is stressful, it’ll pay off to be optimistic.
I didn’t blow out birthday candles my 17th year on planet Earth hoping for a gap year. It snuck up on me.