Student Contributors Articles
Seriously, what kind of doofus would let a simple clerical error ruin weeks - no, months - of practice? Yep, that would be me.
Don't expect college to be anything. Accept the fact that it won't be exactly as you've been imagining, and that your first year may not be perfect.
Second semester is your second chance to focus!
In no roommate agreement anywhere does it state that a close and eternal friendship with your roommate is necessary.
Ann simplifies writing your personal statement for college applications in four easy steps.
Applying for scholarships is a time consuming and frustrating business, but it is worth it in the end.
Lahela shares her frustrations with senioritis.
Students are one of the most exhausted populations in the United States.
Utilize these strategic college search tips to make yours that much easier!
A college fair is a rare opportunity to see many options on a table before you, like a buffet of colleges awaiting your application.
Join something you really enjoy and stick with it.
Kyiara shares her journey in foreign language learning.
If you don’t write, paint, sculpt, or direct the messages the world needs to hear, who will?
The classic saying, “a watched pot never boils,” applies in this situation.
Alaina shares her first year college fears and excitement.
Learn more about the biggest lesson Laura's learned in high school.
Do your research to determine if you should be an early bird when it comes to college decisions.
To step on foreign land and enjoy, first-hand, a culture so diverse from your own is surreal and can be one of your fondest memories.
Let's face it, college can be very stressful. Between carrying a full-time course load, work-study or a part-time job, internships, exams, papers due, finding time for friends, and keeping in touch ...
It's surprising how many “problems” can be better categorized as inconveniences with very doable solutions.