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Tayler Salvatore

Undergraduate at Skidmore College

A Defense of The Great Gatsby’s Daisy Buchanan

Daisy Buchanan is one of the most hated characters in literary history. This young woman is not only shallow and materialistic, but she is also perceived as cruel, manipulative and self-centered. For Gatsby, Daisy is an impossible goal, an angel…

0 Comments / 2734 View / March 30, 2015

Sleepless Nights

I have always been restless. Even as an infant I always had to be moving. As I got older the restlessness grew worse. I have never been content to remain in one place for long. It is just the way…

0 Comments / 71 View / March 17, 2015

Six Things Every College Student Needs to Hear

I have been in college for almost a full year now, and in that time I have become aware of several important facts, facts that I think could greatly help almost any college student. 1. Stay True to Your Roots…

0 Comments / 544 View / March 11, 2015

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly—A Reexamination of Prostitution

Recently, while I was on a plane, I came across a movie in which college women were sleeping with older men for money in order to pay tuition and family medical bills while also obtaining expensive gifts, and much more….

0 Comments / 307 View / March 10, 2015

The Importance Of The Unpaid Internship

In today’s economy more and more you hear about unpaid internships: jobs that offer experience and hands on learning, but no monetary reward. Now the idea of the unpaid internship may sound ridiculous, I mean who wants a job where…

3 Comments / 489 View / March 8, 2015

You Are Only Young Once

The Millennial Generation (those 18 to 33 years of age) has grown up in a particularly rough time. Economic crisis has plagued the United States, many people were laid off and even more were simply unemployed. Due to this unfortunate…

0 Comments / 182 View / February 19, 2015