Monthly Archives: July 2012

Advice Every Freshman Should Heed (But Probably Won’t)

You’re just a couple months removed from the culmination of your high school career, a period in which you conquered all challenges and built a foundation for the rest if your life. You accomplished your academic goals, have the accolades … Continue reading

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The 7 Most Awesome Moments From Christopher Nolan Movies

Christopher Nolan is a celebrated director that’s taken cinema and Batman to new heights. Continue reading

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Budgeting for College Life Outside the Classroom

By: Stephanie Brooks You’re in college, so it’s been drilled into your head that “What you do now will affect you for the rest of your life.” Undoubtedly an education will shape your mind, influence the way you see the … Continue reading

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Community Service and College

Community service is the act of volunteering toward a cause or service for a particular community, and it can be a rewarding and humbling experience. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that about 64.3 million people volunteered via … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Creating Your Own Degree Program

If the traditional MBA isn’t for you then check out these seven tips for creating your own unique degree program. Continue reading

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Putting our Educators in a Position to Succeed

Most educators in the U.S. will readily admit that our education system is substandard given our nation’s economic stature. Many of the international education metrics confirm that, showing that we lag far behind in essential subjects such as math and … Continue reading

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The Less Glamorous Careers: Advice and Fact

By: Stephanie Brooks Few children tout that they want to be an accountant or a petroleum engineer when they grow up, even if the expertise required by those jobs make them amongst the highest paying careers. Rather, children have big … Continue reading

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The State of Our Education System and How to Change It

The state of the U.S. education system has been hotly debated since the founding of the colonies. Contrasting philosophies among the general populace have made it impossible to come to a consensus on just how education should be administered. For … Continue reading

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Top 7 Road Trip Destinations for College Students

Gather up your buddies and check out one of these top seven road trip destinations for college students. Continue reading

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8 Summer Songs You Won’t Be Able to Get Out of Your Head

Even if you don’t like these summer songs, we bet you’ll have trouble getting them out of your head. Continue reading

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