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Free, Online Classes: The Way of the Future?

Free, Online Classes: The Way of the Future?

How do you feel about free, online classes?

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published July 19, 2012
Better Looking? Better Grades

Better Looking? Better Grades

Being a supermodel doesn't impact grade point average. Phew. Let’s all take a collective sigh of relief.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published December 18, 2013
Top 10 College Towns with the Best Pizza

Top 10 College Towns with the Best Pizza

Did your favorite pizza place make the list?

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published October 21, 2014
4 Tips for Successfully Completing the Common Application

4 Tips for Successfully Completing the Common Application

The Common Application: three words familiar to every high school senior planning on going to college.

Aggie Kallinicou
Published August 20, 2015
Lazy Halloween Costumes

Lazy Halloween Costumes

No Halloween spirit? No problem!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published October 22, 2014
5 Ways Studying Abroad Will Change Your Life

5 Ways Studying Abroad Will Change Your Life

Study abroad is more than beneficial – it’s life-changing and in more ways than one.

McKenzie Nevins
Published August 20, 2015
Top 25 Halloween Movies

Top 25 Halloween Movies

You may have your costume ready to go and carved pumpkins on the porch but, until you’ve watched at least one horror flick, Halloween isn’t complete.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published October 20, 2015
5 Ideas for Extra College Cash Flow

5 Ideas for Extra College Cash Flow

You can find unique ways to make extra money in college - you just have to think creatively!

Ashley Paskill
Published August 20, 2015
Obtaining College Recommendation Letters

Obtaining College Recommendation Letters

The letter of recommendation is a major portion of your application, so you will want to make sure that these letters are assets.

Maya Moritz
Published October 23, 2014
Clinton’s College Compact: Will It Make College More Affordable?

Clinton’s College Compact: Will It Make College More Affordable?

Clinton unveiled the first of many presidential hopefuls' proposed policies on college affordability.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published August 21, 2015
What’s Your Vote: Top 10 Party Schools of 2013

What’s Your Vote: Top 10 Party Schools of 2013

Who will make the top 10 party schools list this year?

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published July 20, 2012
A Day in the Life of a College Student

A Day in the Life of a College Student

If you’re thinking about taking on one of these positions, about to go off to college or are wondering what your future holds, I may be in possession of your crystal ball.

Kara Nelson
Published January 4, 2014
Most Common Majors of Billionaires

Most Common Majors of Billionaires

Apparently, the world's most influential billionaires have more in common than cash!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published August 21, 2015
The Best Places to Make Friends in College

The Best Places to Make Friends in College

At the end of the day, no matter where you are, the best way to meet people is being open to it.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published June 30, 2015
College Visit Breakdown

College Visit Breakdown

“Oh, the places you’ll go!” wrote Dr. Seuss.

Maya Moritz
Published January 4, 2014
Getting to Know Your New Roommate

Getting to Know Your New Roommate

This task doesn't have to be as scary as you think, it can actually be quite simple!

Bailey VanNatta
Published August 21, 2015
eReaders and eBooks, Are Students Using Them?

eReaders and eBooks, Are Students Using Them?

Do you have an eReader? Do you use one for class? A recent study asked college students what they think of the technology and how much they’re using it. This past ...

Published April 22, 2011
An English Major’s Guide to Writing Papers

An English Major’s Guide to Writing Papers

Remember, words are powerful, but so are you!

Kristen Lemaster
Published February 14, 2013
Dream Schools: Myth or Reality?

Dream Schools: Myth or Reality?

The problem with “dream schools” is that we think they have to be something that instantly impresses everyone; something difficult to achieve, something that only “the best people” can have, something that everyone wants.

Paige Sheffield
Published January 5, 2014
Considering AP or Dual Credit Courses: Pros and Cons

Considering AP or Dual Credit Courses: Pros and Cons

Although the classes are harder, it is undoubtedly a big plus to be in an environment with other students that want to work as hard as you do.

Brady Keane
Published October 28, 2014