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College Social Life: What Students Must Know About Personal Growth and Making Friends

Your college social life may not be a top priority. After all, you attend college to get an education. But there’s more than one type of education and not prioritizing your social life is a missed opportunity. This is your chance to be challenged by ideas, exposed to new cultures, and grow as a person. […]
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Your College Town: 13 Ways to Get the Most from It

Life in a college town can be challenging until you get a feel for it. You may not be used to things like seasonal traffic flow, business hours, and other unforeseen surprises unique to the community. Things you’ve never had to experience anywhere else. In the following article, we’re going to provide some insight on […]
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10 Steps to Turn Yourself Into a Successful Student

A successful student doesn’t usually happen overnight. At least, not if you’re doing it right! See, becoming a success at anything is about life-long learning. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Before you understand how to do it, you need to first understand how not to. In the following articles, we’re going to give you […]
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13 Signs You Need a Change of Major

A change of major is a decision not to take lightly. Of course, it happens. And quite often. But before you decide to take that step, you need to thoroughly evaluate your decision to do so. In the following article, we’ll be doing just that. We’ll also be talking about why students decide to change […]
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How to Bounce Back from Failure

Learning how to bounce back from failure is one of the most important life skills that you’ll ever acquire. That’s because we all fail (or will fail) in life. Even the most successful people in their fields have many more failures on their record than successes. But with perseverance, the success you find at the […]
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17 Professional Behaviors Students Can Start Now to Attract Employers

Professional behaviors are a set of guidelines for how one is to act and interact in the performance of their duties, whatever those duties may be. But you don’t have to have a job – nor ever have had a job – to start using them to your advantage. When you’re in high school and […]
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10 Great Stress Management Tips to Navigate Finals

If you’ve been to school any length of time, you already know a lot about stress management. But during the end of a semester, it can be nice to have a reminder of how to do it effectively. After all, nothing is quite so stressful than when tackling a single exam or project that could […]
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6 Things School Loans Should Never Be Spent On

School loans are often spoken of as the Boogeyman by college students and media trying to agitate college students into hopelessness. And while the cost of education is going up at a rate that exceeds its earnings potential, the reason most loans get as bad as they do is mismanagement. Students find themselves using the […]
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Failing Forward: 7 Ways to Make It Work for You

Failing forward is a concept that means turning your perceived failures into a stepping stone for success. But when we’re in the grips of failure, it sure can be difficult envisioning a day of triumph. That’s why we want to tackle the topic of failing forward head-on and give you some helpful tips on how […]
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College and Alcohol: 12 Reasons to Break the Cycle

College and alcohol too often are synonymous to one another. Most people just assume students will try alcohol during this formative time. Even students who’ve never touched a drop of the stuff up until their Freshman year. While the practice may be somewhat commonplace, it sets a dangerous tone early in a young adult’s development. […]
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