Student Life Articles
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Uber changes the commute for students at Masschusetts college.
Summer is the perfect season to boost your job experience with a job or internship, save money to help pay for school and, perhaps even, take on additional studies.
Whether you're graduating and moving on into the "real" world or moving on to a grad program, this list will help you gain a head start in your new life.
These fun and festive party ideas will make grads feel like a kid again!
Combat the dreaded question with these comebacks.
We’ve found all of the stuff a college student could want – at the best prices!
At the end of the day, no matter where you are, the best way to meet people is being open to it.
There’s so much fun to be had during the summer months and you don’t want to miss out on all of the memories and experiences that come along with it!
Work toward improving yourself and, ultimately, achieving success within both your personal and professional life.
Plan and prepare for all of the exciting upcoming events surrounding your high school graduation.
Will your college roommate make you or break you?
Survive freshman year with these expert tips.
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.
Look back on high school to see how you've grown.
If you’re lucky enough to have family able to help pay for college, it will help to know just how much they can contribute.
What this student would say to her high school self.
Whether you’re a high school junior or senior, there’s plenty to do this summer.
Put your graduation party money to good use and pay off student debt.
Even though female students comprise of 56 percent of all advanced placement test-takers, only 19 percent of those girls take AP the computer science test.