Dear Lou Anna

Dear Lou Anna, After four years of tests, labs, research papers and countless all-nighters, pre-med students are likely to have realized that becoming a doctor might not as glamorous as it’s made out to be. As much as we would like to believe it, the real world is nothing like Grey’s Anatomy. Instead of glorified […]

Tuition Blues

You reach into the overflowing bowl and start scooping the goop out with your gloved hand. Food is pushed around the plate and carelessly sprawled napkins resting high on top of the mix. Leftover food squishes between your fingers as you sigh. Even though it’s only your third day as a cafeteria worker, you’re sick […]

Dear Lou Anna

Dear Lou Anna, Amanda Gretka’s dorm room in West Holmes is like most other MSU students’ dorms. She has a pink fitted sheet with yellow stripes on her futon, portraits on the walls of sunsets and waterfalls, a closet chock-full of clothes and a lofted bed in the corner. On her desk, Gretka keeps her […]