Student News Articles
In a world of procrastination, laziness, and conflicting schedules, how in the heck do you survive group assignments?
You should be willing to tweak your resume for each position that you plan to apply for, especially if they are in radically different fields.
The sequester – a series of automatic government spending cuts – went into effect Friday, March 1st, without congressional action.
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?
Every little thing YOU do really makes a difference!
For a variety of reasons, students aren't always able to go home for the holidays. So what’s there to do during your month-long winter recess?
Target makes big donation for back to school supplies.
Focus on these goals, and you will likely have a successful - and wonderful - second semester your senior year of high school!
Graduating students have unrealistic expectations regarding their post-graduation jobs, according to one survey.
College may make you have realizations on a wide spectrum, from the profound to the downright ridiculous.
How would you feel if your parents moved to college with you? These did and, according to a new trend, yours might, too.
When you receive your decision, it is okay to feel devastated or elated or anywhere in between, at least for a little while.
These schools prove that you can still gain a great education in a college atmosphere while observing a sober lifestyle.
Scholarship searches don’t have to be a lonely process.
It's hard to keep track of everything you need to do, so making a list is helpful!
A great professor can make any subject interesting whereas a not-so-great one can make even the best subjects dull or unpleasant.
“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.
It's time to make your social network work for you!
You’re staring down the vast, black hole that is your wallet. What do you do? The one thing you can do is get a part-time job.
Online education may never completely replace traditional forms of schooling, but is valued enough by students that it's certainly here to stay.