Student Life Articles
When you're an applicant, people reviewing your application don't know you personally. To them, you are the online presence - whether you like it or not!
Wrong size, wrong color or just plain ugly? While you're probably feeling thankful for gifts you've received this holiday season, you can also feel thankful for the option to return them ...
Even when everything goes smoothly moving day is stressful. It's even worse when you have to deal with bad weather, a contentious landlord or both. Fastweb users share some of their ...
Whether you’re a high school junior or senior, there’s plenty to do this summer.
Make a game plan to ensure you stay on top of your academic game.
One 8-year-old won a $25,000 scholarship from Jif for creating a sandwich using peanut butter.
Tuition increases and aid reductions. Will it affect you?
For over three decades, Ohio University has been known for its Halloween celebration. The party fills the streets as tens of thousands of Halloween celebrators descend onto the town of Athens. ...
Be college ready with these helpful tips.
No one likes a boring day. When you're sitting there doing nothing, you feel like an unproductive loser. That's why I like to pile on as many things as possible. But ...
Go on, smarty pants, show this semester who's boss!
Use your alternative spring break to amp up your job search.
If your teen is willing to work hard in return to get someone else to pay for college, he or she can consider enrolling in Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, or ROTC. ...
When your roommate is a nightmare, you can choose to deal with it in different ways. Choose wisely!
Check out the top 10 internships of 2012.
Getting a grip on LDR (long-distance relationships).
Many high schoolers, when faced with an upcoming test, make the statement, "I don't know how to study."
Colleges guarantee you'll graduate in four years or they will pay your remaining tuition costs.
President Obama plays basketball with Congressman at the White House. Photo: WhiteHouse.gov
Learn more about the biggest lesson Laura's learned in high school.