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Don’t let bad critics determine your life, column by Michaela Shifley

As I sat down to contemplate writing the last newspaper column of my college career, I found that I was stuck. What topic would be most appropriate for a last column? Should I talk about saying goodbye? Should I give deep words of wisdom for my fellow peers at Rocky Mountain College? I couldn’t decide.[…]

The positive effects of negative criticism, column by Cade Kiedrowski

Writing for the Summit puts me, or rather my writing and beliefs, in a unique and healthy position. As the Summit is peer reviewed by a set of editors, and further appraised by you, the reader, everything that I write is subject to the opinions of others. My work is criticized. Often, these criticisms are[…]