Early Action: The Aftermath
Admit/Deny

Early Action: The Aftermath

Feeling alone as you swim through the terrifying waters known as the college admission process? Have no fear! We have several seniors blogging about ups, downs,…

Why You Should Intern in Higher Education Administration Regardless of Career Path
Alternative Education

Why You Should Intern in Higher Education Administration Regardless of Career Path

One of the most stressful parts of college for most students today is finding internships and jobs that will “look good on a resume” and…

10 Scholarships for Minority Students
Financial Aid

10 Scholarships for Minority Students

Many students face difficulties with paying for college but students who are minorities tend to have greater difficulties in paying for college and finding resources…

Break Plans That Will Not Break Your Wallet
Financial Aid

Break Plans That Will Not Break Your Wallet

As a college student, you are most likely living on a budget. The budget might simply be self imposed or it might be a reflection of…

Understanding “No Child Left Behind” Policies
Academics

Understanding “No Child Left Behind” Policies

The United States initially presented itself as the epitome of first world education and advancement towards innovational freedom. Nowadays, we are often falling behind other…

Deciding on Journalism: How I Chose My Major
College Life

Deciding on Journalism: How I Chose My Major

When I filled out all of my college applications, I listed that I would major in journalism. However, I constantly debated about it, especially after…

How To Ask For Help in High School
Academics

How To Ask For Help in High School

High school is a confusing time — we’re a bunch of crazy, hormone-revved teenagers trying to simultaneously find ourselves and our interests, our friends, and…

How to Rock the “Why College X?” Essay
The Toolbox

How to Rock the “Why College X?” Essay

Supplements. You either love ‘em or you hate ‘em (probably the latter). In case you didn’t know, supplemental essays are short essays, usually ranging from…

The 5 Types of Parents Who Will Do Your College Apps
The Toolbox

The 5 Types of Parents Who Will Do Your College Apps

The college application process is confusing in itself without parents further complicating the process. Sadly however, between our hormones and the generational gap, miscommunication that…

Financial Aspects of Commuting to College
Financial Aid

Financial Aspects of Commuting to College

I’m a commuter student, so I have some firsthand experience with this topic, but when I started writing my article I realized it would be…

10 Tips for Being Healthy in College
College Life

10 Tips for Being Healthy in College

1. Stick to a routine. Create a schedule for yourself and block out certain times of the day for things that should not be missed, like…

Playing the Blame Game: Senioritis or Me?
Admit/Deny

Playing the Blame Game: Senioritis or Me?

Feeling alone as you swim through the terrifying waters known as the college admission process? Have no fear! We have several seniors blogging about ups, downs,…

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