• Arts & Entertainment,  Self-Empowerment,  This Week's Paper

    A Guide For Incoming QC Students: How to get involved on campus

    Although everyone’s expectations of the “perfect college experience” tends to vary from person to person, it differs based on preferred campus size, amenities, or even the number of quiet floors in the library, everyone has the same question in mind: “will I be able to make friends here?” Any guidance counselor or college tour guide will tell you that the best way to truly get involved in your school and put yourself out there is to join clubs. Although intimidating, this truly is the best way to actually get to know your campus, your peers, and even potential lifelong friends. We have an extremely diverse campus that is the force…

  • Op-Eds

    How far they’ve come — current sophomores reflect on their freshman year at QC

    The transition from high school to college can be unsettling. Choosing a major, gaining the infamous freshman fifteen, being surrounded by new people, not being able to find the buildings your classes are in and the first week of finals can make freshman year seem worse than it really is. The Knight News chose to interview some current sophomores to see how their perspectives have changed a whole year later.   “It’s your responsibility to go home every night, to read the textbook, to do the problems, to use all the resources you can, so I wish that’s something I had known. The professors will only get you 75 percent…