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Sidesplitting, serious and downright silly – these college flicks have it all.
Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal. Image courtesy of The Thiel Foundation.
If you find any of the following courses particularly easy or awesome, consider yourself lucky, smarty-pants!
Utilize these unique opportunities until you find your dream job.
Whether you listen to any of these recommendations, Miley Cyrus, Tupac, or whatever else, it really doesn't make a difference - as long as it works.
These wacky courses may be offered at a college near you.
Month at the Museum 2. Photo courtsey of MSIChicago.com.
It’s slightly alarming how many students leave the nest without the most basic knowledge of day-to-day life because they've always relied on parents to take care of things.
Notably, the majority of the top ten are Ivy League schools.
Occasional rivals, Harvard and MIT, team up to offer free online courses.
The cities ranked in the top ten were those that recent graduates would be most likely to find work with a reasonable paycheck and affordable housing.
While there is some value in getting shuteye, there’s only so much rest necessary and, to be fair, you do have other, much more important things to do.
You've heard the good, the bad and the ugly. It’s time to explore the idea and form your own opinion.
Whoever said it doesn't pay to play was clearly mistaken.
The University of Texas at Austin
Where did your favorite Olympian go to college?
Put your graduation party money to good use and pay off student debt.
MSU offers course on zombie apocalypse survival.
University of New Haven. Photo: newhaven.edu
When it comes to adding your extracurricular activities on your college applications, you definitely don’t want to leave blank space!