Op-Ed: Don’t Delete Emails So Quickly

Op-Ed: Don’t Delete Emails So Quickly

One of the first things you get when you commit to any college or university is an email address. It’s the best feeling in the…

The Hidden Benefits of Joining a Cultural Organization

The Hidden Benefits of Joining a Cultural Organization

As an incoming college freshman, I was a little hesitant to join my school’s cultural organizations. What sort of activities do they even do? Why…

A Beginner’s Guide to Networking

A Beginner’s Guide to Networking

Networking is the one skill a lot of college students don’t realize they need until the last minute. Meeting, talking to, and knowing people in…

How to Be Successful in College (Even if You Weren’t High School Valedictorian)

How to Be Successful in College (Even if You Weren’t High School Valedictorian)

Let me start out by saying that being the valedictorian of your high school is an incredible achievement. It is something that I strived to…

How to Fill Summer Gaps Where You Have Nothing to Do

How to Fill Summer Gaps Where You Have Nothing to Do

By now most people have the bulk of their summer planned out, but there is likely a noticeable chunk missing somewhere. This may be caused…

Today Is Not Your Goal (At Least the Way You Think It Is)

Today Is Not Your Goal (At Least the Way You Think It Is)

This article is based on the 10 habits of highly successful people laid out in Scott Steinberg’s book Make Change Work for You. Click HERE to…

4 Life Lessons from Living in a City

4 Life Lessons from Living in a City

When you go to college, you learn a lot more than what the professors teach you in stuffy classrooms. You learn a lot from different…

The Importance of Having a Personal Website (& How to Make One)

The Importance of Having a Personal Website (& How to Make One)

In the digital age, there is no shortage of networking tools. Beyond a resumé, students have a host of resources available to make them more…

Op-Ed: There’s Nothing Wrong with Living an “Ordinary” Life

Op-Ed: There’s Nothing Wrong with Living an “Ordinary” Life

“I’m so afraid that I’ll just go to college and get a boring job and get married and never do anything to be remembered by.” Raise…

The Pros and Cons of a Three-Year Degree

The Pros and Cons of a Three-Year Degree

Of all the new trends popping up in the sphere of education, the rapidly growing phenomena of the three-year degree stands out simply by the…

Managing Professional versus Personal Relationships

Managing Professional versus Personal Relationships

As many of you venture outside of your school and home to look for jobs and internships, you start to hear all about the benefits…

How to Get a Glowing Recommendation From Your Guidance Counselor

How to Get a Glowing Recommendation From Your Guidance Counselor

For better or worse, letters of recommendation are required for most college applications. Unfortunately, asking for letters of rec is a first for many high…

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