All posts by "Ryan Fan"

After the 2016 election, I stopped reading The New York Times — not because I disliked the writing or disagreed with its opinions, but rather the news it chose to ...

My first impression of Student Government Association (SGA) presidential candidate Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) was that he was putting up too many posters. I saw Ma walking around the DUC-ling, ...

In the 21st century, diversity has become one of the most valued traits of any workplace or college campus. It represents the pinnacle of any developed, progressive society; it is ...

The Atlanta Hawks have long been stuck in the middle — they seem to just exist in the current NBA landscape. Sure, they never finish last, but the last time ...

College is a time of unprecedented freedom and exploration for young adults — a time away from parents and home, a time to take risks. Often, particularly in social situations, ...

The millennial generation — Americans born between 1980-2000 — has a notorious reputation at the polls: we don’t vote. In the recent 2014 November midterm elections, only 36.3 percent of ...

In 2013, Furman University graduates Tyler Droll and Brooks Buffington launched the social media app Yik Yak, which allows users within a five-mile radius to anonymously create, vote on and ...

A recent New York Times article by Katharine Q. Seelye details the horrors that families of heroin overdose victims and survivors face in coping with the way our country currently ...

John Steinbeck once said, “And now that you don’t have to be perfect, you can be good.” Students at Emory feel the effects of perfectionism widely. The highly selective standards ...