Big news in the movie world last week: J.K. Rowling’s Hogwarts textbook Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them will be turned into a series of movies. This is good news for Harry Potter fans, but it also means there’s … Continue reading
Category Archives: Student Reviews
This is the time of year when a lot of students think about rushing fraternities and sororities. So what do students think about Greek life on their college campuses? Check out some of our survey results below. Do most Greek … Continue reading
What is an “Artsy Guy”? Is he the brooding dude with the goatee, sipping an espresso macchiato in the corner of a coffeehouse while reading a book? Or is he the guy who believes parkour is just as artistic as … Continue reading
Football season kicks off tonight! Watch students duke it out over the Best Pro Sports Teams on Whisper.
It’s a common occurrence on many college campuses: students decked out in their school colors at sporting events. OK. So maybe not all students are decked out in paint to the extent of the above photo, but students still love … Continue reading
Students are popping the college bubble and revealing their Most Easily Accessible College Towns on Whisper.
Most campuses exist under a “campus bubble.” Not necessarily a physical one like that of the CBS show “Under the Dome,” but an invisible one that puts students in the mindset that their campus is a little world of its … Continue reading
Summer gets an extension for students at Capital University. Due to a housing shortage, some students will be staying at the Fort Rapids Waterpark Hotel & Conference Center. That’s right. Instead of hitting the books, they could be hitting the … Continue reading
It’s not about the Money, Money, Money at these schools. Students Whisper about the Most Affordable Campus Towns.
When students think about going off to college, they often have serious concerns over tuition and housing expenses. However, another thing to keep in mind is the affordability of the town in which your college resides. Can you afford to … Continue reading
Many students—and teachers!—alike have mini panic attacks when August rolls around, as the stress and work of school are suddenly just around the corner. Some colleges and universities combat the uneasiness, especially for freshmen, by providing a week of activities … Continue reading
We showed you the Whispers about conservative schools. Now it’s the liberals’ turn! As mentioned in a previous Whisper post, the youth of America turned out big in the 2012 election, with droves of college students rocking the vote. Whisper, … Continue reading
Are you down with the GOP? Students are sounding off on Whisper about the ‘Most Conservative Schools.’
The 2012 United States presidential race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney was one of the most heated elections in history, shattering records when it came to new voter demographics and spending. In terms of voter turnout, the youth vote … Continue reading