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Senior Year of College

Graduation, Not Goodbye

Mackenzie Long | Posted 06.12.2016 | College
Mackenzie Long

UCLA is this massive experience. Like a force of nature, it happens to you: impressing on you a lifetime of memories and stories that will remind you of the kind of love that lasts forever.

Making the Most of Your Senior Year in College

Daniel R. Schwarz | Posted 03.24.2015 | College
Daniel R. Schwarz

You may have entered college as an 18-year-old adolescent, but your goal should be to leave as an adult ready to confront the challenging world of graduate school or employment.

You Used To Care About College. Then Senior Year Happened.

The Huffington Post | Sarah Barness | Posted 09.15.2014 | College

Every year, bright-eyed freshmen come on campus, dressed to impress and ready to introduce themselves to everyone. Every year, those same freshmen ...

Five Dos and Five Don'ts for College Seniors (From a Point Scholar Who's Been There)

Jacob Tobia | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Jacob Tobia

I want to pass along a bit of advice about life. Because I'm a recent graduate, the triumphs and tribulations of senior year are still fresh in my mind, and with all the infinite wisdom that is conferred upon me by three months out of college, it's a big deal that I'm passing along my sage advice to you.

22 Things Only Second-Semester Seniors Understand

The Huffington Post | Jessica Kane | Posted 02.26.2014 | College

So you've made it through the first three-and-a-half years of college and you're finally at the finish line. The end is in sight, and with graduation ...

Attention Graduating Seniors: 5 Powerful Steps to Make the Most of Senior Year

Maureen Dumas | Posted 02.02.2013 | College
Maureen Dumas

The last year on a college campus can be the most memorable for students, but it can also be the most challenging in terms of juggling all of your academic and personal activities.

A Senior's Guide to Job Searching

College Lifestyles | Posted 04.08.2012 | College
College Lifestyles

Interviews can be scary, especially the first, oh, one or five times. See if your career center has someone who can practice with you. You can also practice with professors and family members.