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Homework – A How to Guide

This is a guest post by Robbie.

It’s the night before your homework assignment is due. Honestly, work is the last thing you want to do right now. But you know it has to get done, so you sit down and just bang it out. It’s not pretty, but at least you get the points, […]

By |March 9th, 2014|Guest Posts, Study Tips, Tips and Tricks|6 Comments

5 Things College Students Don’t Know About Car Insurance

College students paying their own way – who are becoming more in number due to the country’s economic troubles – often struggle to pay their expenses. When it comes to things like rent, utilities, gas and groceries, the bills can pile up quickly. And then when you add in auto insurance payments, it seems […]

By |October 11th, 2012|Guest Posts|0 Comments

5 Ways to Beat the Homesick Blues the First Year Away at College

The days are getting darker and darker and those like little gremlins flu and colds are wickedly starting to flourish. Moreover, this year the world seems to be on the precipice of eternal Armageddon. Add in, “I’m away from home, my classes are hard and I haven’t made any friends,” and anyone’s mood can […]

By |September 25th, 2012|Guest Posts, Observations, Personal Development|2 Comments

The Benefits of the Nationwide Application of Common Core Standards

This is a guest post by Sam.

Parents across the United States are deeply concerned about the quality of education that their children are receiving. International test scores indicate that students of the United States are receiving inferior educations when compared to other countries. United States students are lagging behind other industrialized nations particularly in […]

By |September 10th, 2012|Guest Posts, Observations|0 Comments

5 Things We Can Learn from Batman

Since I was a kid, I’ve always been attracted to the idea of superheroes and none more so than Batman. Not only was he obscenely wealthy in his real life, but as a superhero, he didn’t have an alien heritage, magic or mutant powers to rely on. Even in the face of superhuman villains, […]

By |August 29th, 2012|Guest Posts, Observations, Personal Development|0 Comments

5 Money Saving Apps for College Students

This is a guest post by Melissa.

When I was in college I struggled to make the money that I saved from my summer camp counselor job last through the school year. I’d buy drinks for friends and eat well at the beginning of the year, but as the months passed, I’d find myself living […]

By |August 27th, 2012|Guest Posts, Tips and Tricks|4 Comments