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Obama Administration Takes Stand against Sexual Assault

Obama Administration Takes Stand against Sexual Assault

Vice President Biden speaking out against sexual assault at University of New Hampshire, which was chosen as the location for the announcement because of its exceptional sexual assult prevention programs. Photo: AP Photo/Cheryl Senter

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published April 5, 2011
Your College Checklist for an Exciting New School Year

Your College Checklist for an Exciting New School Year

Utilizing services available and participating in campus events will make for an awesome school year!

Ashley Paskill
Published August 22, 2016
What's Your Status?

What's Your Status?

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!

Published February 16, 2016
College to Pay Misled Students $1.2 Million

College to Pay Misled Students $1.2 Million

Former students will receive $1.2 million after multiple lawsuits accusing Daymar College of misleading students with false job placement opportunities and transferable credits.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published September 9, 2015
Election 2012: Obama vs. Romney on Higher Education

Election 2012: Obama vs. Romney on Higher Education

Obama vs. Romney: where they stand on higher education.

Published August 28, 2012
PayPal CEO Pays Students $100K to Quit College

PayPal CEO Pays Students $100K to Quit College

Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal. Image courtesy of The Thiel Foundation.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published June 2, 2011
Dealing with Bad Grades

Dealing with Bad Grades

There are some things you can do to bounce back from poor grades.

Ashley Paskill
Published November 8, 2016
Graduation Party Planning Ideas

Graduation Party Planning Ideas

These fun and festive party ideas will make grads feel like a kid again!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published April 12, 2016
The Ins and Outs of Applying to Grad School

The Ins and Outs of Applying to Grad School

Applying to grad school is tough, especially at first, but there is good news: you can do it!

Laura Magerkurth
Published November 9, 2015
Your Spring Scholarship Search

Your Spring Scholarship Search

Stay on track with your scholarship search during spring semester.

Kaitlyn Specht
Published January 27, 2015
How to Take Action this August

How to Take Action this August

Get ready for a great, productive month!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published July 21, 2016
Attractive Students Get Higher Grades, According to Study

Attractive Students Get Higher Grades, According to Study

The study found that, in comparing students with similar academic qualifications and abilities, those deemed “physically attractive” tend to earn better grades – from both male and female professors.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published January 19, 2016
The Top Ten Richest Colleges

The Top Ten Richest Colleges

Notably, the majority of the top ten are Ivy League schools.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published November 28, 2012
15 Unconventional Study Tips

15 Unconventional Study Tips

If your norms aren’t working, why not give these tips a try?

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published October 18, 2016
Colleges Guarantee Four-Year Graduation, Pay Your Tuition if They Fail

Colleges Guarantee Four-Year Graduation, Pay Your Tuition if They Fail

Colleges guarantee you'll graduate in four years or they will pay your remaining tuition costs.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published September 20, 2011
How to Get an Ivy League Education for Free

How to Get an Ivy League Education for Free

Occasional rivals, Harvard and MIT, team up to offer free online courses.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published May 4, 2012
Memorize THIS! Memorization Techniques that Work

Memorize THIS! Memorization Techniques that Work

Try these memorization techniques next time you're sitting down to study!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published October 20, 2016
15 Free Money-Saving Apps for Students

15 Free Money-Saving Apps for Students

Whether it’s coupon clipping or locating the best deals in town, there are apps to help you save cash when you need it the most – as a broke student.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published June 9, 2015
Roommate Rehab

Roommate Rehab

Avoid letting your issues snowball and you both become frustrated.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published February 1, 2016
An End-of-Year To-Do List for High School Seniors

An End-of-Year To-Do List for High School Seniors

Before you leave high school once and for all, set aside a few minutes to do the following things.

By Tiffany Sorensen, Varsity Tutors' Contributor
Published May 3, 2016