City on a Hill Press apologizes for not publishing parts II and III of Defining the Dialogue in this week’s issue. These sections of the story are very important, and we are invested in making sure the story told is a fair and complete one. Look for parts II and III in a future issue. [...]
“To thine own self be true.”
-Polonius to his son Laertes, moments before the younger takes off for a journey abroad at the end of Hamlet, Act I, Scene iii.
It’s a familiar mantra invariably relayed to wide-eyed young adults as they prepare to embark on the great journey in life known as college. And while we do encourage you to stay true to yourself and where you come from, never losing sight of your family and your morals and your values, college is the time to break out of your comfort zone and see what you are all about.
After slapping the snooze button one too many times, I’ve finally woken up. I’ve started to see what this beautifully eccentric town and our university have to offer. And not a moment too soon. At the beginning of my sophomore year, I joined the school newspaper and my eyes quickly opened to so many faces [...]