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“How to Brighten Up Your College Experience”- Advice to Freshmen

          The end of the first semester of your first year in college is near, and I hope  everyone is having a positive and productive experience so far. I know from  experience this first semester has probably been overwhelming, but hopefully you  all have enjoyed it. For those who haven’t, I have come up with a few tips that might  help you enjoy the rest of your first year of college. First, get involved. If you come to college and sit in your room all day, nine times out  of ten, you will hate your time […]

Break Down The Gates!

          Envision a large wall, 12 feet high, 18 inches thick, and 97 miles wide surrounding Tuskegee  University’s campus. This doesn’t sound very welcoming does it? The whole idea of a wall is to protect –  to keep what is enclosed by the wall from coming into contact with what is on the outside of the wall.  Ironic as it may seem, the gates surrounding Tuskegee University seem to have that same effect. The  only thing differentiating a gate from a wall is visibility. The external force can be seen through a gate  but protection is […]