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If your norms aren’t working, why not give these tips a try?
Samantha Garvey with Nancy Pelosi during her Washington DC visit for the State of the Union. Photo: Eric Connolly of the CAO Office of Photography, Courtesy of Rep. Steve Israel's Office.
Staying healthy can be a challenge but, with a few simple guidelines, is possible.
How do you feel about free, online classes?
Consider the fact that, although you won’t be getting cash for your perfectly good book, there are still fun things you can do with it.
There are easy ways to scrimp and save on just about everything.
If you could major in "Changing the World," would you?
Degrees in mobile app development. Photo: Apple.
Use the holidays to your benefit and get ahead on your college applications.
Students are advised to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1, 2011.
College basketball athletes are making $120K a year. Photo: Rudy.R on Flickr
With a few tips and tricks, budgeting can become second nature.
Find out which 375 colleges are still taking applications.
Photo: WhiteHouse.gov Photo of the Day. President Obama and Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, speaking at Kenmore Middle School in Arlington, VA on March 14, 2011.
Who are Millennials, really?
One student, out of Utah, decided to stage his own personal form of protest by paying his tuition completely in $1 bills.
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There are several areas in which a government shutdown can impact the daily lives of students across the country.
New Facebook app will help find financial aid.
Students taking extreme measures to pay their college tuition bills.