Student Life Articles
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 ...
Remember, words are powerful, but so are you!
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.
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.
Seniors, stop your senioritis before it even starts!
Don't make this mistake when applying for a job.
There are so many tasks to remember to accomplish – how can a student be expected to remember everything?
Communicating with your teachers doesn't have to be scary, in fact, it can be quite pleasant!
Female college graduates surpass men in the workplace.
When you think about the “popular” crowd, is there ever a part of you that wishes that you could be part of that group?
As a result of chronic unemployment or being dissatisfied with the job they do have, many people choose to continue their education in graduate school.
Though you’re excited to see everyone and you’ve missed them terribly, relatives tend to make this time a little more stressful than it needs to be.
You don’t have to have the personality of a globetrotting 30-year-old to study abroad.
An easy way to make stressful times easier for all is to be a good neighbor.
Happy rushing (or not)!
Everybody wants a little space now and then just to chill, and having a regular schedule for it will keep your relationship from dying a slow death from passive-aggression and bottled-up frustration.
The purpose of the College Scorecard is for families to see "where you can get the most bang for your educational buck," according to President Obama.
New Year's Resolutions: We all make them, but we don't all keep them.
Colleges absolutely love to see extracurriculars listed on your application.
Where did your favorite Olympian go to college?