In defense of face-to-face lectures

A lot of questions are being raised during the current virus situation about the value of a college education.  Education feels like an optional activity, one that can be delayed and postponed until it is safer for such non-essential activities.  Amid this squishiness of sentiment toward education, particularly college eduction, we have a mass exodus … Continue reading In defense of face-to-face lectures

Is Friendship Good? The Problem Facing College Fraternities

Joining a fraternity in college can be a great opportunity, but an opportunity for what? Opinions vary wildly about this, and for good reason.  Just think about what a fraternity essentially is: a self-confident group of recent high school graduates, united by their youth, humor, and let's say common appetites.  The risks are obvious, and even thought of their … Continue reading Is Friendship Good? The Problem Facing College Fraternities