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S. L. Young


Options to Reduce Higher Education Textbook Costs

S. L. Young | September 19, 2014 | College
Paying for higher education is a major life expense and investment; however, the unknown costs to pay for textbooks can be overwhelming.
Hailey Fuzak

When the Hens Go Marching In

Hailey Fuzak | September 19, 2014 | College
I can tell you that any time spent with the Cockpit Crazies is unforgettable. I am proud to be a Cockpit Crazy, and I am proud to paint my face with school pride and cheer the Blue Hens on to victory.
Bobby Caruso

5 Celebrity Uses for New iOS8 Features

Bobby Caruso | September 19, 2014 | Celebrity
While there's plenty of great updates and new features for us common folk, we've let the creative juices flow to figure out the real importance of this update: How can it make a celebrity's life easier? Well, it's time to take a peek.


How to Dress for a Job Interview: A Guide for Men

Uloop | September 19, 2014 | College
First impressions can go a long way, especially when it comes down to the way you appear in front of your employer. You want to be able to differentiate yourself from people who are working for the company and those who are "outside" of the workplace.
Ernest Owens


Dear Ernest, #3: How to Deal With a Campus Ex

Ernest Owens | September 19, 2014 | College
I will always hope the best of luck for my ex (just as you should for yours), but there is a difference between just letting go and simply moving on.
Michael Roth


Colleges Don't Need More Tests or More 'Sheep'

Michael Roth | September 19, 2014 | College
Our colleges and universities aspire to help students to find what John Dewey called "the large and human significance" in their lives and work. This requires not just teaching to the test and not just parroting critiques. It requires learning to think with contexts and concepts, deploying cooperation and creativity.
College Magazine

16 Ways to Network Like a Boss

College Magazine | September 19, 2014 | College
If a person you work with continuously starts negative conversations about the company, stay clear of them.
Gianna Sen-Gupta

6 Ingenious Ways to Save Money on College Applications

Gianna Sen-Gupta | September 18, 2014 | College
Paying for college doesn't just begin in your first semester freshman year. Rather, prospective college students can expect to start funding their higher education in high school--when they send in their college applications.
Neal Wooten


Rush Judgment

Neal Wooten | September 18, 2014 | Media
In the wake of Ohio State University's new policies regarding sexual assault and harassment, Rush Limbaugh took to the airway to share his views. What people took from that particular show varies greatly on their opinion of Rush.
Michael Dillon

Reinventing Law School

Michael Dillon | September 18, 2014 | College
According to a new analysis by the National Law Journal, applications to U.S. law schools have declined by more than 37 percent since 2010. It's easy to see why.


The 8 Biggest Financial Mistakes Newlyweds Make

LearnVest | September 18, 2014 | Weddings
So what are the most common financial blunders that newlyweds tend to make? We asked financial pros to pinpoint the eight biggest offenders -- and then offer up some advice for how to help right them early on.
College Magazine

The 10 Most Progressive Colleges

College Magazine | September 18, 2014 | College
Imagine a college where protests break out on the quad as often as the on-campus wind turbine produces electricity. At each of these schools, open-minded students feel at home in the company of peers who aren't afraid to voice their opinions.
Tywan Wade


Shonda Rhimes Rules the World: Ultimate Lessons Learned from the Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder Creator

Tywan Wade | September 18, 2014 | College
Shonda Rhimes. Her name alone elicits the kind of prestigious, yet thrilling notion that John Gresham or Dick Wolf would have in the mid-nineties. But this time around, she's a powerhouse of inspiration and childhood nostalgia that I could've never imagined looking up to in all of my 19 years of being a straight American male.
Danny Rubin


8 Reasons Why the Only Person You Can Truly Rely On Is You

Danny Rubin | September 18, 2014 | College
Success depends on us and what's on the inside. Same goes for your career. If you wait on other people to bring you good fortune... you'll be waiting a while.
Sam Gilman

What Boomers Miss When They Bash Millennials

Sam Gilman | September 18, 2014 | Media
We hear the same conversation, "Your generation is lazy, selfish and always on your phones." But our parents and Boomer punditry often miss two key parts of the conversation: the immense pressures facing many our generation and millennial efforts to fix our nation's problems.
Carolyn Davis


Want to Prevent Campus Rape? We Need More Than Nail Polish!

Carolyn Davis | September 18, 2014 | College
Don't get too drunk at a party. Don't walk home alone. Don't leave home without your date rape nail polish. Men, when they are addressed, are generally urged to "intervene" in sticky situations (at least until the nail polish dries). In this system, the blame for rape indirectly falls on the careless victim rather than on the abuser.
Samantha Matt


18 People You Should Defriend From Facebook in Your 20s

Samantha Matt | September 18, 2014 | Women
I've compiled a list of people who you should probably defriend on Facebook. Like right now. These people most likely aren't going to become famous one day or own a company that you want to work for. So stop justifying, and start defriending.
Gina Ciliberto

Paying Someone to Do Your Homework? You Might Not Like the Results

Gina Ciliberto | September 18, 2014 | College
At the very least, college should be a place where work isn't a total drag. The statistics suggest otherwise.
John A. Tures

I'm an FSU Graduate and I Approve Winston's Suspension

John A. Tures | September 18, 2014 | Sports
Word came to Florida State University fans that Jameis Winston did something else to embarrass the school. So therefore, I applaud FSU for suspending Winston for half of one of the most critical games of the season, even if it costs us the game against Clemson.
Jennifer Selvidge

Pushing Women and People of Color Out of Science Before We Go In

Jennifer Selvidge | September 18, 2014 | College
I am a senior MIT, a materials engineer, an honors student, and a woman. I also have been told hundreds of times that I don't deserve to be where I am. The idea that there was some sort of quota for women would be repeated to me over and over in the coming months, and it only got worse when I went to MIT.
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