“Chai Time” is an interactive discussion hosted by the brothers of Delta Epsilon Psi every two to three weeks. Their meetings are catered for students to discuss relevant issues in today’s news and this week’s topic was the rise of vaping on school campuses.
In the past few years, the growth of the University of Connecticut Stamford campus has been receiving a lot of attention. The university and the city of Stamford have celebrated its impressive growth, often citing the 23 percent growth in applications and the addition of hundreds of student housing units in sought-after downtown Stamford.
Schools tend to cater to all their students in one curriculum, which is difficult to maintain because kids tend to have different learning styles and needs. If the school system caters only to the majority of kids with the same learning needs, they will exclude and suppress the needs of other students and hinder their potential to succeed in academia.
The app “Pocket Points” has become increasingly popular for University of Connecticut students this semester. The app encourages users to lock their phones during class in order to collect “points” that can be put towards a future gift.