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    What to Ask Your Future Roommate

    What to Ask Your Future Roommate
    There’s so much to cover yet it can be so overwhelming that you have no idea where to begin! May we suggest starting with the essentials and building a roommate relationship from there? Here are ten questions to ask your future roommate to help prepare for the year ahead: 1. What time are you planning on moving in? Is anyone helping ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +29
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    Top 10 U.S. College Spring Break Party Destinations of 2015

    Top 10 U.S. College Spring Break Party Destinations of 2015
    We get it – semesters are long and you’re more than ready for a break. Let’s be more specific: you’re ready for an amazing spring break. We’re guessing your qualifications include fun, sun and – yikes – somewhere you can afford on a student budget. If you can’t afford go on an expensive getaway and, let’s get real, most college students ...
    Published 2 months ago | Rated: +29
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    College Dorm Packing Checklist

    College Dorm Packing Checklist
    By now, you’ve probably started to think about packing for college. While it’s easy to get overwhelmed, remember that you’re just going to college – not Mars. Every year, tons of students pack way too many items in fear they won’t be prepared. However, they arrive to learn that they have little space to store everything and end up regretting packing ...
    Published 9 months ago | Rated: +29
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    Your College Experiences Checklist

    Your College Experiences Checklist
    You can easily make the most of college life – starting with the life experiences on this checklist. All of the list items will provide you with experiences that are unique to college life. Make sure you consider taking on these opportunities before you’re cast out into the “real” world because you may never have the same options again. Living with ...
    Published 8 months ago | Rated: +29
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    10 Horror Books WAY Scarier Than the Films

    10 Horror Books WAY Scarier Than the Films
    If you think Halloween movies are scary, think again. Take a moment to peruse the horror section of your local bookshop (okay, Amazon) and you’ll find that many of the genre’s best went on to become some of the scariest horror flicks around. And, if you think the movie adaptations are scary, just imagine the intensity of your fears when your ...
    Published 7 months ago | Rated: +28
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    What College Students Ate in 2014

    What College Students Ate in 2014
    In college, it seems that eating habits usually fall into one of two categories: a priority or a chore. Some students love to eat while others simply eat to live between study sessions. Either way, most students don’t like to waste time thinking about their next meal when they’re hungry and, as a result, often resort to ordering takeout because, well, ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +28
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    GrubHub Ranks 2014 College Campuses' Eats

    GrubHub Ranks 2014 College Campuses' Eats
    So much of American culture is based around eating. We get together to socialize over meals, we eat when we’re bored and, obviously, we eat when we’re hungry. A person’s eating habits can speak volumes about their lifestyle and, sometimes, even their ideals. GrubHub Inc., the nation’s leading online and mobile food ordering company, encompassing brands like GrubHub, Seamless, Menupages, and ...
    Published 5 months ago | Rated: +28
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    5 Easy Resolutions for a Happier New Year

    5 Easy Resolutions for a Happier New Year
    A New Year is the perfect chance for a fresh start; a new beginning. It’s an opportunity to refocus on aspects within life that need may need a little extra attention. However, what started as a tradition to improve one’s happiness, health and well-being seems to have taken a turn into the shallow pool. In this modern day, resolutions seem to ...
    Published 4 months ago | Rated: +28
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    To Go Greek or Not to Go Greek. That is the Question.

    To Go Greek or Not to Go Greek. That is the Question.
    Maybe it was delivered to your mailbox. Maybe you saw it on a poster. Maybe a friend told you about it. You have a choice to make about the upcoming rush event: Should you go Greek? Deciding to join a fraternity or sorority will have a big impact on your college experience. Even if you're sure you want to join, the ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +28
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    To-Do List: Starting a New Semester

    To-Do List: Starting a New Semester
    When starting a new semester in college, there’s so much going on that it’s hard to keep track of all the tasks that you need to accomplish. Here’s a list of things you should do sooner than later to ensure you’ll stay ahead during the course of the semester: 1. Arrange your class schedule to ensure you get all the classes ...
    Published 9 months ago | Rated: +28
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    Help Out Locally this Spring Break

    Help Out Locally this Spring Break
    How do you want to feel after spring break? Sun burnt, dehydrated and broke? Doesn’t sound like the best way to start off a new semester. How about fulfilled, thankful and rewarded? With an alternative spring break you’ll feel this and more. An alternative spring break is about dedicating a few days out of your busy school year to an organization ...
    Published about 4 years ago | Rated: +28
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    Students Arrested in SAT Cheating Scandal

    Students Arrested in SAT Cheating Scandal
    How much would you pay for a near perfect score on the SAT? $100? $500? How about $2,500? On Tuesday, seven students in Great Neck, New York were arrested amid allegations that they cheated on the SAT, according to the Associated Press. Former and current students at the Great Neck North High School, one of the most prestigious high schools in ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +28
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    How to Get an Ivy League Education for Free

    How to Get an Ivy League Education for Free
    Do you have $55K laying around for one year of classes at Harvard or MIT? Didn’t think so. These Ivy League schools are not only the most difficult to get into; they’re also the hardest to pay for. But not anymore. This week, Harvard and MIT announced that they’re teaming up to provide free online courses, though a program called edX, ...
    Published almost 3 years ago | Rated: +28
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    Top Party Schools throughout History: 1993-2015

    Top Party Schools throughout History: 1993-2015
    Each August, there are students excitedly wait in anticipation to discover which school was crowned the year’s top party school by The Princeton Review. Other students animatedly vocalize their resentment for the mere existence of such a list. Then, of course, there are the college administrators, who anxiously await in anticipation of the listings, which will likely impact whether or not ...
    Published 8 months ago | Rated: +28
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    Summer Break Ideas for Your Students

    Summer Break Ideas for Your Students
    Your students may have already begun to approach you in a panic. They’ve looked all over the Internet and in local newspapers for summer internship and job opportunities, but the economy has left little to no choices for high school students. How will this look on their college applications? While they may not have work for the summer, there are plenty ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +28
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    Comfort Canines on Campus

    Comfort Canines on Campus
    During what may be the worst week of all the weeks – finals – high schools and colleges are finding new and exciting ways to help ease student stress. One such method? Pet therapy. Schools are working with organizations to allow therapy dogs to visit over-stressed, overwhelmed and overworked students (of which there are many). Students are calmed by the mere ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +28
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    Free, Online Classes: The Way of the Future?

    Free, Online Classes: The Way of the Future?
    Online learning is nothing revolutionary at this point in higher education, but when a large university offers free, online classes, it’s a pretty big deal. In May, we reported that Harvard and MIT were teaming up to provide students online access to an Ivy League education without paying a dime through their collaborative program, edX. The first course drew nearly 120,000 ...
    Published almost 3 years ago | Rated: +27
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    Top 25 Halloween Movies

    Top 25 Halloween Movies
    Whether you prefer funny, family Halloween movies or to watch something freaky and frightening, there are plenty of movies to go around on October 31st. 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 simply isn’t complete. But, what should you watch? There are more sub-genres ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +27
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    Would You Major in Lady Gaga?

    Would You Major in Lady Gaga?
    Lady Gaga is known for making major waves in the tabloids -- but in the classroom? Next semester, Professor Mathieu Deflem, a professor at University of South Carolina, is teaching Lady Gaga and the Sociology of Fame -- a course that seeks to explore and define the evolution of fame in our society. Deflem’s website states that the goal of this ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +27
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    NCAA's Clearinghouse Rules - Who's Looking Out for the Student-Athlete?

    NCAA's Clearinghouse Rules - Who's Looking Out for the Student-Athlete?
    The next article in the series will focus on the who, what, when, where, why, and how of the NCAA Eligibility Center, formerly known as the NCAA Clearinghouse.  The History of D-I Eligibility Requirements The NCAA enacted Proposition 48 in 1986. With "prop 48", the NCAA established eligibility requirements that student-athletes had to meet upon signing a National Letter of Intent ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +27
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