Even though no outfit will show the subtleties of my personalities, I can tell the world something bold about my self through fashion. For this first day, I can be whoever I want to be.
The following tips will provide advice about how to make school more affordable and how to get freshmen actively involved on campus.
The start of a new school year can bring about many mixed emotions: excitement, anxiety, nervousness and so much more! We're sad to see summer go, but fall is a fresh start for many of us.
Whether you are starting middle school, high school, college or just another school year, the first day of school can bring about mixed emotions.
My college advisor hated my essay, saying that the tone was pretentious and arrogant. I sent my essay out to the colleges against my college advisor's wishes -- and got into my top two schools.
Forcing yourself to wake up early on Mondays is undoubtedly the hardest part of the week during the school year... especially when you're up late Sunday night doing homework.
Seniors, as our last summer of high school comes to a close, get ready for year filled with laughter, tears (of joy), firsts and lasts. Make it a year that you will never forget.
The person across the room is not required to be your future Maid of Honor or Best Man or even best friend for life, and realizing this may help to alleviate some of the pressure. Oftentimes, the best roommates aren't necessarily best friends.
Your college essay gives admissions officers insight into who you really are. They help make you more than just a GPA and SAT score.
For many young adults, the move to a college campus represents their first time living away from home and the security of mom and dad.
So many people. So much texting. You want to enjoy your summer, but you are beginning to feel stretched and stressed about fitting everyone and everything into your schedule. I want you to relax.
Attending the same school as your sister allows for a unique camaraderie that is best explained through funny anecdotes, so here goes.
I am a low-income, upcoming high school senior. I am a first-generation American. My parents do not know a pinch about the college admissions process.
If you're a young adult, college student, or previously "unbanked," understanding your needs and priorities is paramount to picking the account option and bank that work best for you.
To me, a college class is just like a Hollywood screenplay, with peaks, valleys, and escalating conflicts along the way.Try to keep in mind though, that professors are actually rooting for you to succeed. When you fail, they fail.
You and I need to work on our phone conversations. If I may, here are some suggestions on the opening lines with which you habitually call me and how we can tweak them.