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    Fastweb Counts Down the 10 Largest College Football Stadiums

    Fastweb Counts Down the 10 Largest College Football Stadiums
    September 29, 2010 Like it or not football season is upon us, and we’re not talking about the NFL. We mean real football, college football! If this is the time of year you wait for all year long, and not because of the changing leaves and apple cider, your time has come. Surround yourself with all the face-painted, chest-bumping, cheerleading, fight ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +11
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    Top Party Schools Pay Off

    Top Party Schools Pay Off
    Whoever said it doesn't pay to play was clearly mistaken. Apparently, the partier-to-impressive-post-grad-career combo is still on the menu for some schools. So, what’s the key element in finding these hot spots? [gate] It all started as most great studies do: by following the money trail. The Princeton Review. The key component to point out, however, is that the schools with ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +15
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    Chicago University Offers Discounted Classes on Groupon

    Chicago University Offers Discounted Classes on Groupon
    It’s the Groupon deal that has everyone buzzing. On Wednesday, Chicago area shoppers were presented with a deal that was drastically different from the typical 50% off coupons for teeth whitening or sushi dinners. Instead, Groupon buyers had the opportunity to purchase a master’s level education course for 57% off the actual price. The course, Introduction to the Profession and the ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +21
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    15 Amazing Student Apps

    15 Amazing Student Apps
    It’s undeniable that modern students use smartphones in daily life more so than ever before. In part, because they are fairly recent inventions in society, but there’s more to it than that. Smartphones and other devices have so much to offer students in terms of expanding and assisting with their education. Take apps, for instance. The recent Apple campaign with the ...
    Published 3 months ago | Rated: +26
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    Small Cities in the U.S. Paying Off Student Loan Debt for Residents

    Small Cities in the U.S. Paying Off Student Loan Debt for Residents
    Would you move if it meant someone else would pay off your student loan debt? So would we. It turns out, several smaller cities in the United States are offering just that. They’re encouraging young graduates to move to their cities and hold steady jobs, and in exchange, the city will help pay down their student loan debt. According to ABC ...
    Published almost 2 years ago | Rated: +16
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    How the New iPhone 3.0 Can Make You Smarter

    How the New iPhone 3.0 Can Make You Smarter
    If you haven't downloaded the iPhone 3.0 version to your iPhone, do it now. Students with the iPhone can now use the gadget help them study. And, what's more, some schools are even giving them away to students-- for free. Just released today, the 3.0 iPhone version offers cut, copy, and paste capabilities, MMS, an improved calendar, and many other updated ...
    Published almost 5 years ago | Rated: +36
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    13 Ways to Not Be Awkward in College

    13 Ways to Not Be Awkward in College
    As of late, society has adopted a curious fascination of the awkward. We laugh at Napoleon Dynamite and basically any Michael Cera character, and “that awkward moment when…” has become a popular introductory phrase for interesting Facebook statuses. But the word itself hasn’t changed very much and certainly hasn’t been changed into the kind of adjective you would want used to ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +22
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    Smart Ways to Use Your Graduation Money

    Smart Ways to Use Your Graduation Money
    While you were expecting many questions about your future and a delicious hodgepodge of family dishes at your graduation party, you were pleasantly surprised by the $1,300 in cash and checks. So what do you do with all that money? Your gut response may be to go on a shopping spree at Forever 21. But those new summer clothes will only ...
    Published almost 3 years ago | Rated: +22
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    Election 2012: Obama vs. Romney on Higher Education

    Election 2012: Obama vs. Romney on Higher Education
    With the Republican and Democratic National Conventions just days apart, things are really starting to ramp up for this year’s presidential election in November. With that in mind, now is the time to identify where the candidates stand on the issues. Sure, the economy is dominating most of the talk by the candidates, but when it comes to your interests, higher ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +21
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    Drunkorexia: the Latest College Trend

    Drunkorexia: the Latest College Trend
    A disturbing new trend is rearing its head at many college campuses across the country. It’s referred to as “drunkorexia” and its name aptly defines the condition. The term first surfaced in 2008, and a recent study from the University of Missouri claims that college women are succumbing to drunkorexia more than ever. [gate] In a New York Times article in ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +19
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    The Differences Between High School and College

    The Differences Between High School and College
    Everyone knows that the worlds of high school and college couldn't be further apart. But, what parallels can be drawn between the two? From childhood to adulthood, high school allows you to gain a sense of what it will be like to be an adult whereas college allows you to fully take ownership of your time, responsibilities and who you want ...
    Published about 1 year ago | Rated: +24
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    White Student Wins Scholarship for Black Students; Gives It Back

    White Student Wins Scholarship for Black Students; Gives It Back
    When Jeffrey Warren, a graduating senior in Riverside, California, was applying for scholarships, his father told him to apply for every scholarship to which he was eligible, according to ABC News. Through his scholarship search, Warren concluded that meant he could apply for a scholarship sponsored by the Riverside Martin Luther King Senior Citizens Club. The application merely "encourage[d] African-American students ...
    Published almost 2 years ago | Rated: +12
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    Roommates 101

    Roommates 101
    I heard all the roommate stories before I started college. The majority of them were about how awful roommates were and how it was impossible to get along. I had a major case of roommate phobia before I started college and I was convinced that I would get a psychopath for a roommate. To my surprise, my roommate and I became ...
    Published almost 5 years ago | Rated: +105
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    Occupy Colleges: Students Walk Out of College Classes in Protest

    Occupy Colleges: Students Walk Out of College Classes in Protest
    On October 5, students from at least 100 colleges across the country walked out of their classrooms at noon, according to The Huffington Post. This signaled the start to a series of student protests concerning the rising cost of tuition, increase in student debt figures and a failing job market. According to Occupy Colleges’ Facebook page, the student activist group will ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +21
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    Volunteer your Way to a Paying Gig

    Volunteer your Way to a Paying Gig
    When the economy suffers, so do organizations that rely on volunteers — at least traditionally. But according to one source, not only can volunteering remain strong in times of economic concern, it can also help the volunteer gain necessary job skills to re-enter the job market. The most recent Giving in Tough Times study, produced during the last economic downturn in ...
    Published almost 5 years ago | Rated: +182
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    The Endangered Multi-Sport Athlete

    The Endangered Multi-Sport Athlete
    I am on a crusade to save the multi-sport athlete, and I need your help. You see, not long ago high school athletes—men and women—wore their varsity club jackets and sweaters around school proudly displaying an array of patches and pins, each representing a season spent on a different sports team and championships won. I don’t see that much any ...
    Published almost 5 years ago | Rated: +67
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    Should You Be Facebook Friends with Your Teachers?

    Should You Be Facebook Friends with Your Teachers?
    As of July, Facebook reported having over 800 million users, according to the LA Times, which means chances are, your teachers are on Facebook too. So what happens when you want to “friend” them on Facebook? Some teachers accept friend requests from students while others ignore them. But regardless of whether or not your teacher would accept your request, it’s best ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +22
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    Tax 101: The Basics of Filing for the First Time

    Tax 101: The Basics of Filing for the First Time
    If you've never filed taxes, it can seem pretty intimidating. But it's really not as bad as you think. Arm yourself with some basic information before reporting to Uncle Sam. Learn the Language Before you dive in, master some of the terms you need to read IRS documents: Earned income - Salaries, wages, tips and professional fees, including taxable scholarships ...
    Published almost 5 years ago | Rated: +4
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    To Pledge or Not to Pledge: Pros and Cons of Frat Life

    To Pledge or Not to Pledge: Pros and Cons of Frat Life
    There are a few big decisions most college freshman must make after they’ve decided on the college they want to attend -- like where to live, when to schedule classes, and whether or not to join Greek life. Although it may seem unimportant, whether or not you join Greek life will greatly affect your college experience in many ways. Hopefully this ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +16
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    A Dad's List of Advice for College Students

    A Dad's List of Advice for College Students
    1. Beware of studying in bed – always better to sit up (otherwise it is too easy to fall asleep while reading or studying). 2. Eat healthy and exercise, even and especially during preparation for exams or papers. 3. Eat breakfast. 4. Watch your sleep – get enough. 5. Value friendships. 6. Attempt to develop at least one ongoing dialogue ...
    Published almost 5 years ago | Rated: +34