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John G. Taft

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You Only Live Once, So Do It Warren Buffett's Way

John G. Taft | August 28, 2014 | Healthy Living
Buffett used his punch-card analogy in an investment context. It's consistent with his belief that really profitable investment decisions are few and far between. But I think the punch-card analogy applies equally well to life, and to the decisions that define and shape our lives.
Andrew T. Miltenberg

College Administrators Need Refresher Course in Due Process Under the Law

Andrew T. Miltenberg | August 28, 2014 | College
It has been said that Justice is a process, not a result. In the current climate in which over 70 colleges and universities are under federal investigation, the concept of due process cannot become a victim to a frenzied rush to judgment.
Dr. Michael S. Brophy

Summer Turns to Fall

Dr. Michael S. Brophy | August 28, 2014 | College
Orientations, convocations, photos being taken for ID cards, students auditioning for plays, fraternities welcoming pledges, walk-on athletes gathering up the courage to try-out, etc. That exciting time when it feels like the sky's the limit.
Mauricio Estrella

How to Resolve An Argument, Not Just Win It

Mauricio Estrella | August 28, 2014 | Business
Every time, in the heat of arguing, it's in our human nature to do our best to win. But if we're not focused on solving the problem, we're wasting time and energy that can be diverted into something more positive.
David Halperin

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Obama: We'll Protect You Against Predatory Colleges. Students: Please Do

David Halperin | August 28, 2014 | College
The president has made clear that he understands the scam perpetrated by many for-profit colleges against our vets, against single mothers, against working-class young people of color -- deceptive recruiting, high prices, poor quality, weak job placement.
Jacob Gold

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What Do YOLO and FOMO Mean for Millennials' Retirement Planning?

Jacob Gold | August 28, 2014 | Money
Step back to appreciate that life is a balancing act and retirement savings needs a seat at the team next to YOLO and FOMO.
Patrick Kennedy

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College Savings 101: Financial Multi-Tasking

Patrick Kennedy | August 28, 2014 | College
The words "college life" and "savings" are typically not used in the same sentence today. However, for college students preparing to move onto campus this fall, finding ways to save money may very well be as important as their academic major.
Sophia Jones

An Open Letter To My Alma Mater's Former President On College Rape

Sophia Jones | August 28, 2014 | World
I usually take great pride in calling myself an alumna of The George Washington University -- but not today. Dr. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, current president emeritus and a professor of public service at GWU, made comments on the Diane Rehm Show this week about how college women drinking too much is feeding the campus rape crisis, and in doing so perpetuated the dangerous notion that it is a woman's fault for being sexually assaulted or raped. Change is needed on campus, but it does not need to come from the victim.
Leila J. Milgrim

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Coffee With a Splash of Smile, Please

Leila J. Milgrim | August 28, 2014 | College
Wide-eyed, hopeful and fresh off the plane from the sunshine state, I stood outside of the LaGuardia terminal eager to begin the next chapter of my life in my soulmate city, New York.
Simple. Thrifty. Living.

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In Your 20s? 40s? 60s? The Best Financial Goals for Every Age

Simple. Thrifty. Living. | August 28, 2014 | Money
No matter where you are in life, finances can be a big pain in the you-know-what. It doesn't get easier, no matter how much older you get. So to help, we've devised a little roadmap of goals that everyone can follow to make sure they are meeting the right financial goals for their age.
Paul Brandeis Raushenbush

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ISIS and the Crisis of Meaning

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush | August 28, 2014 | Religion
While military tactics can be effective in the short term, you can't bomb an ideology. You have to combat it with better ideology.
Megan Lent

The New Student Life: Talking With College Students With Jobs

Megan Lent | August 28, 2014 | College
This is a quandary that around 14 million college students face in their actual, non-joke-from-Tumblr lives. It isn't news that more and more college students are working. But why are they working?
Madison T. Shockley II

My Family Has Been Racially Profiled Everywhere from Harvard to Our Own Home

Madison T. Shockley II | August 28, 2014 | World
I fit the description. I was a black man.
Jamie Merisotis

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Education Is the Avenue to Prosperity in America

Jamie Merisotis | August 28, 2014 | College
America's most affluent have made their fortunes in different ways, but one thing is clear: Education beyond high school is the common link among them. Of the 50 wealthiest Americans in the states, only seven did not obtain some form of higher education.
Lianna Serko

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30 Years of Solitude: Spending My Summer at Home

Lianna Serko | August 28, 2014 | College
When my parents left for a short jaunt to the shore in the middle of the summer, I exulted in the freedom their absence would lend me. But what ensued stunned me.
Intern Queen Campus Ambassadors

You're Getting More Out of Your Internship Than You Thought

Intern Queen Campus Ambassadors | August 28, 2014 | College
The next time you have a day that you feel like you didn't learn as much as you wanted, remind yourself that you're getting so much more out of your internship than you thought.
Em & Lo

Top 10 Sex Tips for College Freshmen

Em & Lo | August 28, 2014 | Women
For many young women and men, the end of August marks the start of a new chapter of life -- one of higher learning, critical thinking, problem solving, horizon broadening, and lots and lots of casual bonking.
Kaitlyn Kaminski

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A Place Like "Home"

Kaitlyn Kaminski | August 28, 2014 | Teen
With November approaching, students all across the world will be applying to colleges. I wanted to share a personal experience that I had this past summer to help with the "but where do I apply?"
Diane Propsner

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Women's Colleges Welcome the Class of 2018

Diane Propsner | August 28, 2014 | College
Welcome Class of 2018! Relish your time as a college student and take part in the rich college experience your women's college provides. You've been handed the keys to the kingdom, so enjoy and appreciate this wonderful opportunity! Memories created during these years will last forever.
Intern Queen Campus Ambassadors

An Open Letter to My Unpaid Internship

Intern Queen Campus Ambassadors | August 28, 2014 | College
You proved me wrong and exceeded all my expectations. To the job I didn't think would teach me more than money could offer, I owe you a lot.
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