The Commuter Student Association (CSA) recently published a manifesto of challenges that commuters experience in hopes that professors will more fully acknowledge and assuage such hardships.
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People believe that affirmative action allows unqualified minority students into top universities, ignoring their accomplishments and subjecting them to constant judgment and offensive behavior.
It is important to remember that the truth of the matter is that freedom of speech is not the same thing as freedom of acceptance.
The removal of the college essay from schools today would change the standards of universities entirely, not to mention leave students unprepared for the work force.
The American dream is becoming more and more unattainable due to overwhelming price tags of a college education.
We need to stand up to the baseless, negative opinions on the subject and encourage New Yorkers to take a break from the subway and bike to work every now and then.
Professors should not be expected to downgrade a student’s work for the sake of keeping the class average at a C.
While we may go to school in a diverse city, taking the D train down to Little Italy or Chinatown isn’t the same as actually visiting Italy and China.
Nothing offends me more than when people presume I go to a branch of Fordham College at Rose Hill. I will never understand why some people truly believe I would travel 500 miles away from home to attend college at a knockoff Fordham.
Although crimes occur at nearly every college campus, students at very urban campuses are forced to take extra precautions. Walking back to your room late at night comes with added risks that students at quintessential “college town” campuses might not have to consider.