Through all the ups and downs at my first job (while still being a full-time student ), I made a lot of mistakes and learned a ton. Here are the five most important things I learned from building a startup while in college.
Is it a choice I would recommend? It's a tough, personal and likely uncomfortable decision to make -- especially for those who drive around town with the mascot of their former school plastered across their car's license plate (just saying). It's not for everyone.
The University of Florida announced last week it would make significant cuts to its computer science program. Looking to save face rather than future, the university protested to Forbes, which first broke the story, this was reorganization and not a direct cut.
In the current economic climate, university administrators must consider the long-term implications of their decisions. These decisions will greatly impact the future of these institutions and the quality of research and education they provide.
None of the derogatory caricatures that the media has conjured up are congruent with the Isiah Thomas that I know.
Tim Tebow is a superstar masquerading as an underdog. He's been a winner at the highest level his entire life. Should we really be surprised that he's a winner in the NFL, too? Lin, however, is the ultimate underdog.
Florida colleges may raise tuition for students entering STEM fields. This is absurd because America will always need individuals with these skills, especially females, given the current gender disparity.
We root for Tim Tebow because he hasn't had it easy over the past two years. Despite a storied college career that included two national championships and winning the Heisman Trophy at the University of Florida, NFL experts doubted him -- and still do.
I'm excited for the start of another football season and I've spent the last month doing a team by team analysis and rating of all 120 Division 1A (aka FBS) teams.
We crunched all of the top mascot lists and aggregated them into one ultimate rankings.
To quote Robert Burns (the Scottish poet, not the Oberlin Yeoman letterman from the college's 1948 hoops squad), the best laid plans of mice and men o...
The Army-Navy game and Heisman Trophy presentation have come to represent the opposite poles of what might still be called major intercollegiate football.
Students at the University of Florida have their eyes set on the prize: no meat served on Mondays. And while university officials have not yet removed meat from the menus, students remain optimistic.
Bowl Championship Series' defenders claim that a playoff system would "interfere" with the academic calendars of the schools. Except that it wouldn't have to.
I've been spending a lot of time discussing the ethics of eating animals with college debate teams; I argue that vegetarianism is an ethical imperative, and my adversaries argue that it's not.
With the litany of problems Rodriguez has faced in Ann Arbor in such a short period of time, there is no doubt that the pressure is on to right the ship immediately.