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True or False? Freshmen 15

True or False? Freshmen 15

Freshmen 15 is a myth, but college students still need to focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published June 4, 2014
Want to be an App Developer? There’s a Degree for That

Want to be an App Developer? There’s a Degree for That

Degrees in mobile app development. Photo: Apple.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published April 14, 2011
Enhance Your Scholarship Winning Skills

Enhance Your Scholarship Winning Skills

It’s all about the hunt for money that isn’t yours, the money that will fund your dreams and who doesn’t love the competition?

Alison Graham
Published January 23, 2014
Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break

"Spring Fix," an alternative version, has replaced the traditional week of partying on MTV this year.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published March 5, 2013
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
Move Over Princeton Review, Playboy’s Top 10 Party Schools

Move Over Princeton Review, Playboy’s Top 10 Party Schools

Playboy's list of top 10 party schools.

Published September 27, 2012
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
How to Find Your Calling: Lessons from Larry Crowne

How to Find Your Calling: Lessons from Larry Crowne

Learn helpful lessons about landing your first or next job from Larry Crowne.

Published June 30, 2011
Schools, Sexual Assault & Silence

Schools, Sexual Assault & Silence

It’s important to note that the occurrences, as well as victims, of sexual assault spans all social, economic and, even, gender barriers.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published May 23, 2013
College Lessons: Outside the Classroom

College Lessons: Outside the Classroom

College may make you have realizations on a wide spectrum, from the profound to the downright ridiculous.

Laura Magerkurth
Published October 22, 2012
10 Student-Inspired Valentines

10 Student-Inspired Valentines

These student-inspired Valentine's Day cards are ready to share with whomever you deem worthy!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published February 9, 2016
Why Your Lack of Sleep Shouldn't Be a Source of Pride

Why Your Lack of Sleep Shouldn't Be a Source of Pride

Remember, sleep isn't for the weak...it's for everybody!

Laura Magerkurth
Published January 13, 2016
Budget Savvy Back to School Shopping

Budget Savvy Back to School Shopping

Learn how to shop smarter so you can save on all your back-to-school shopping!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published July 7, 2015
Move Over, Traditional Dorms. Luxury Housing Has Arrived!

Move Over, Traditional Dorms. Luxury Housing Has Arrived!

The housing is described as an "urban, upscale student housing concept designed to target mature undergrads and grad students."

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published September 9, 2013
The Major Challenge

The Major Challenge

Florida's new proposed plan is to push market-based degrees, many of which are science and technology based, in hopes to fill jobs in those markets.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published December 11, 2012
Texas Organization Opens Exclusive White Male Scholarship

Texas Organization Opens Exclusive White Male Scholarship

Texas group offers an only white male scholarship.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published March 3, 2011
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
Approaching Extracurriculars

Approaching Extracurriculars

“Don’t spread yourself thin,” is an oft-quoted maxim, and every college information session, tour guide and college advisor will say it is true.

Maya Moritz
Published October 24, 2013
Are Students Getting Spoiled Stupid?

Are Students Getting Spoiled Stupid?

Students receiving financial support from their parents are more likely to rank lower on the grading scale than those paying for their own education.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published December 8, 2015
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

Niagara Falls, New York

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published June 15, 2012