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Sharon Rossignuolo

How To Get The Job Experience You Need To Land Your Dream Job

Sharon Rossignuolo | July 1, 2016 | College
Next time you look at a job ad and think no, I can't do that, I don't have the experience...think again, take your power and create your experience.
Gabby Aossey

A Special Thanks to David Horowitz From A Student For Justice In Palestine

Gabby Aossey | July 1, 2016 | College
So, ironically, I wanted to give my thanks to David Horowitz and the agents of intelligence at the Freedom Center. They were able to give Students for Justice in Palestine and BDS a huge outside endorsement; awareness was raised with the efforts the Freedom Center by reiterating their own racism towards Palestinians and Muslims, the actual majority in the State of Israel.
Stephanie R. Caudle

Michigan College Student Turns Rejection Into Opportunity

Stephanie R. Caudle | July 1, 2016 | College
At first glance PhaShunta is your average 23 year old college student enjoying the hustle and bustle of life, but she is far from being average.
Gabrielle Pfeiffer

3 Common Misconceptions About Going To College

Gabrielle Pfeiffer | July 1, 2016 | College
Whether college is or isn't in the cards for you, don't stress about it too much! Only you have the ability to know what you want to do with your life, and if you don't have it figured out yet that's ok too.
David Steele-Figueredo

Making College (More) Affordable: One University's Moves To Put Inflation In Reverse

David Steele-Figueredo | June 30, 2016 | College
Let's agree that college affordability has become a hydra-headed monster. How do we count the ways? The seemingly inexorable rise in tuition. The rise in student loan default rates. The sheer weight of student debt. The vast differential in endowments among institutions. The limited reach of Pell grants and other...
She's Fit To Lead

Checking In With Alex Shadrow, Founder and CEO of UNItiques

She's Fit To Lead | June 30, 2016 | College
This article previously appeared in and appears courtesy of She's Fit to Lead. What if you could sell the clothes in your closet (the ones you loved two weeks ago, but suddenly can't look at any more), and then use...
Write for the Future

Challenging Routines with New Fears

Write for the Future | June 30, 2016 | College
By Anya Carter Let me paint the opening of my graphic novel: Five igloos stand tall against the whipping wind as girls huddle in their sleeping bags and gnaw on frozen Snickers bars. The High Mountain Institute is infamous for...
The Cut

These Apps Let You Get The Pill And Skip The Pelvic Exam

The Cut | June 30, 2016 | Technology
By Annie Lowrey A few weeks ago, I went to pick up my birth-control prescription from my local pharmacy and was told my doctor needed renew it. I called my doctor's office, and they told me I needed to come in. I came in,...
Ishan Puri

Getting Accepted To A Top Law School: What Really Matters

Ishan Puri | June 30, 2016 | College
As a current student at Stanford Law School, I find myself frequently talking to current prospective law students wanting to know what they should be doing now to get into a top law school. My immediate response is always the same: strengthen your GPA and crush the LSAT.
Jennifer Lachs

5 Brain-Based Study Tactics

Jennifer Lachs | July 1, 2016 | College
It's crunch time, and you're facing a pile of textbooks and notes with a sinking, familiar feeling: In order to ace a test on all this information, you're going to have to start from square one and review everything you've learned over the unit. And even then, there's no guarantee...
Charlotte Robertson

Dear Brock: We Have Not Forgotten

Charlotte Robertson | June 29, 2016 | College
Brock, it has been three weeks since your name scarred headlines across every publication in the nation. It has been three weeks and I still flip through the details of the Stanford rape case in my head each day. I think about the powerful statement made by Survivor and by your own parents' public pleas. I still think about those now infamous twenty minutes.
Jane Darby Menton

The Young and the Brexited

Jane Darby Menton | July 1, 2016 | World
If I hadn’t been following the news, I would have thought that the entire city of Oxford, UK had collectively come down with the flu on the morning of June 24. Every person I encountered that morning — friends, professors, shopkeepers, Massoud who runs the city’s most popular...

How To Get Better At Saying No

Bustle | June 29, 2016 | Women
With these suggestions in mind, your schedule will stay just that: Yours. You won't ever have to do outings and activities you don't want to.
Charles Orgbon III

3 Learned Lessons From Studying Abroad In Spain

Charles Orgbon III | June 29, 2016 | College
By choosing to study abroad in Spain, I agreed to be open-minded about the people and the place where I would be living. Yet, when I landed in Spain this past May, I was mentally unprepared for the many differences between American and Spanish culture.
Kimberly Cassidy

The Visit Every Female College Applicant Should Make

Kimberly Cassidy | June 29, 2016 | College
For many rising high school seniors, the summer between the 11th and 12th grades includes visits to a variety of colleges and universities to learn about options, see what fits, and decide where to apply.
Gabrielle Pfeiffer

Not Just Memorizing Memorizing: There is A Science Behind Effective Studying

Gabrielle Pfeiffer | June 29, 2016 | College
Studying can be a huge part of most anyone's life. Whether you are a student, new employee, or taking a class for training, you know that studying is important. Don't waste your time by cramming it all in during one all-nighter, because you will only hurt yourself in the long run.
Josh Stephens

The Hidden Perils of Applying to 'Reach' Colleges

Josh Stephens | June 28, 2016 | College
Students who are serious about applying to ultra-selective schools need to affirmatively articulate - first to themselves, then to the colleges - reasons why schools should want to welcome them. Even so, no one gets in to ultra-selective without a little luck. "Reach" schools are reaches for everyone.
Sara Harberson

Too Good For The Ivy League

Sara Harberson | June 28, 2016 | College
With tens of thousands of students applying to every Ivy League college each year, getting in is about as likely as finding a golden ticket inside the wrapper of a chocolate bar.
Alanna Vagianos

Abortion Is Still A Luxury, Not A Right

Alanna Vagianos | June 28, 2016 | Women
If abortion were really a right, we wouldn't charge women to access it. We wouldn't allow laws that enforce waiting periods and mandatory counseling to stand. We wouldn't allow providers to be so thoroughly terrorized that only doctors with exceptionally strong political views are willing to help women exercise their right.
The Cut

Abortion Is Still A Luxury, Not A Right

The Cut | June 28, 2016 | Women
If abortion were really a right, we wouldn't charge women to access it. We wouldn't allow laws that enforce waiting periods and mandatory counseling to stand. We wouldn't allow providers to be so thoroughly terrorized that only doctors with exceptionally strong political views are willing to help women exercise their right.
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