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Party Excess

Party Excess

Don’t get us wrong –there’s nothing wrong with having fun with friends – in fact; it’s wonderful to have a healthy social life. Keyword: healthy.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published December 8, 2015
College Campuses React to Bin Laden’s Death

College Campuses React to Bin Laden’s Death

Celebrations at Ground Zero. Image: Dan Nguyen @ New York City via Flickr.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published May 2, 2011
Academic Freedom vs. Adult Content

Academic Freedom vs. Adult Content

Teachers have academic rights but students do, too.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published November 27, 2012
Does Jersey Shore Belong on a College Campus?

Does Jersey Shore Belong on a College Campus?

Photo: Ian Spanier/MTV

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published November 1, 2011
Dealing with a Bad Professor

Dealing with a Bad Professor

It’s a fact of college-student life: you’re going to have at least one professor that you dislike.

Samantha Starkey
Published September 29, 2014
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 Forgotten College Student

The Forgotten College Student

Yes, many college students, like you, are technically homeless.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published December 18, 2013
What’s Your Vote: Top 10 Party Schools of 2013

What’s Your Vote: Top 10 Party Schools of 2013

Who will make the top 10 party schools list this year?

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published July 20, 2012
A New Semester's Game Plan

A New Semester's Game Plan

Make a game plan to ensure you stay on top of your academic game.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published January 1, 2016
Kick These College Habits!

Kick These College Habits!

Warning: the older you get, the less adorably-clueless these habits become.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published June 18, 2015
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
8-year-old Wins $25,000 Scholarship for Inventing a Peanut Butter Sandwich

8-year-old Wins $25,000 Scholarship for Inventing a Peanut Butter Sandwich

One 8-year-old won a $25,000 scholarship from Jif for creating a sandwich using peanut butter.

By Leah Westfall
Published March 21, 2011
The Best Ways to Get to Know Your Professor

The Best Ways to Get to Know Your Professor

It’s really in a student’s best interest to get to know their professors as much as possible, because one never knows what it can lead to!

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published August 7, 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!

Fastweb Team
Published March 16, 2017
Tuition Increases & Aid Reductions: Will You Be Paying More for School?

Tuition Increases & Aid Reductions: Will You Be Paying More for School?

Tuition increases and aid reductions. Will it affect you?

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published July 12, 2011
30 Holiday Gifts for $30 and Under

30 Holiday Gifts for $30 and Under

You don't have to spend a lot for great gifts...if you know where to find them.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published November 16, 2012
America’s 10 Best Colleges and Their Scholarships

America’s 10 Best Colleges and Their Scholarships

We count down American's 10 Best Colleges.

By Kathryn Knight Randolph
Published September 18, 2012
Summer Bucket List for High School Students

Summer Bucket List for High School Students

Whether you’re a high school junior or senior, there’s plenty to do this summer.

Elizabeth Hoyt
Published April 11, 2016
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 March 20, 2017
Considering AP or Dual Credit Courses: Pros and Cons

Considering AP or Dual Credit Courses: Pros and Cons

Although the classes are harder, it is undoubtedly a big plus to be in an environment with other students that want to work as hard as you do.

Brady Keane
Published October 28, 2014