Why were we admitted? Why do we slave away at Sisyphean sets, day after day? Gradually, I inch closer to the day I can dramatically post “It’s over. It’s over. It’s over. It’s over” on Facebook, and I find myself … Continue reading Does Life After Graduation Really Exist? A Final Editorial From a Terminally Exhausted Senior
Maybe if it hits me, I won’t have to go to class. Just do it, Mrs. JPL Shuttle Lady, I don’t want to go to week six of philosophy on this rainy winter night. It’s dark out. I’m supposed to … Continue reading You Know, If The JPL Shuttle Hits You, You Don’t Have to Go to Your Power Hum
The numbers are in, and they don’t lie. According to recently released data from surveys of the outgoing Class of 2017, Caltech shamefully continues to lag behind its peer institutions in both humanities offerings and cost of tuition. It’s a common complaint, heard in houses on both sides of the Olive Walk—Caltech has long lost sight of what should be its most defining characteristics. For years we’ve maintained a lopsided focus on science and engineering, at the expense of the founding principle of Caltech: liberal arts education for the very wealthy. This publication applauds efforts to close this gap. The … Continue reading Opinion: Caltech Needs More Humanities, Higher Tuition
Dammit. Another year, another failure. Caltech still can’t get it right. Princeton gets #1, but not us? Those slimy east-coast know-it-alls sure are giving us a run for our money. We’ve really let it slip this time. I mean, just … Continue reading Opinion: Caltech Ranked #2 by Princeton Review. When Did We Start Sucking so Badly?