Student Contributors Articles
Listen to Laura -- she can help you ease any college application anxiety.
Things are stressful enough as it is but, when you're shy or quiet, the fears can become overwhelming.
Ann walks through the importance of finding out more about your professors before you enroll in the class.
Your first semester of college is sure to be one of the strangest and, hopefully, most fun times of your life.
When you receive your decision, it is okay to feel devastated or elated or anywhere in between, at least for a little while.
Alongside extracurricular activities, a part-time job can help you appear as a well-rounded student; one that any college would absolutely love to have on their campus.
Student contributor, Alaina, shares her feelings of homesickness.
Studying abroad is worth it - just take time to plan it out!
You are not limited to be slumped at your PC researching madly for hours!
Lahela shares her frustrations with senioritis.
Internships are an option that too few high school students consider. But they should.
If you meet the qualifications, go for it; don’t waste time calculating your chances!
Even though the last days of the semester are truly insane, it’s still a good idea to put a little thought into what you want to do over break.
A person's worldview is personal and unique, as is their fingerprint and should be respected. But, how do you deal when your own beliefs are offended?
Many college students have a small budget for purchasing gifts.
The freedom that you’ll have once you arrive on campus is unlike anything you’ve ever known, but there are some aspects of this liberty that may surprise you.
The SAT is often a stressful experience, summed up in one simple score, but students have many resources they can use to help prepare and improve their score.
Clearly, letters of reference are prominent for your ventures through the labyrinth of life.
Follow Ariana's advice and stand out from the rest of the applicants.
Scholarships are like the lottery: you can't win if you don't play.