10 Things I Learned From Quitting My Job

I worked for a Fortune 500 company right out of college — a student’s dream. I made great money and met great people, but that didn’t stop me from crying every night — dreading work the next day. A job can mentally and emotionally break you quiet easily. After a year and a half, I left […]

Too late for late shows

By Jordan Hill Opinions Editor, The Spectator President Obama and First Lady Michelle have been surprising people lately: they’ve appeared on “The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Between Two Ferns” with Zach Galifianakis, two shows that are far from the serious, lackluster world of politics. This year the famous couple has appeared in various […]

College isn’t cheap–the government is

By Jordan Hill Assistant Opinions Editor, The Spectator College comes with a high price tag. Every year, students are forced to take out loans and financially struggle to afford their college education. Suzanne Mettler, a writer for The New York Times, believes that college treats students unequally. Statistics have shown that lower class families pay […]