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    Top Party Schools Pay Off

    Top Party Schools Pay Off
    Whoever said it doesn't pay to play was clearly mistaken. Apparently, the work-and-play combo is still on the menu for these schools, where students get the best of both worlds. So, what’s the key element in finding these hot spots? It all started as most great discoveries do: by following the money trail. The Princeton Review. The key component to point ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated: +23
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    13 Wild College Campus Traditions

    13 Wild College Campus Traditions
    College campuses are rich with traditions, some even dating back hundreds of years. Because many of the traditions are so old, the origins of them are often unknown and have simply been passed down through generations of alumni. That almost makes it a bit more fun, though. As time passes, rumors spread, legends begin and each tradition seems to take on ...
    Published about 3 years ago | Rated: +26
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    Stars: They Intern, Just Like Us!

    Stars: They Intern, Just Like Us!
    Though these names may be recognizable in most households now, there was a time in which they were just students, looking for their start. They had to start from the bottom to become the infamous celebrities they are today, paying their dues through hard work, dedication and, yes, interning. Then again, there is the occasional already-celebrity intern, like Kanye West or ...
    Published 7 months ago | Rated: +24
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    College Hashtag Takes Twitter by Storm

    College Hashtag Takes Twitter by Storm
    How would you describe college in five words? The #collegein5words twitter feed suddenly became the hashtag that exploded, as Twitter users weighed in on the burning question. The tweets rose in popularity as The White House got in on the action, followed by First Lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden who added their views via Twitter on #collegein5words. From ...
    Published over 2 years ago | Rated: +29
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    Top Quotes from 2015’s Famous Commencement Speakers

    Top Quotes from 2015’s Famous Commencement Speakers
    It’s graduation season! And, that means it’s also time for those oh-so-riveting commencement speeches. To be completely honest, most commencement speeches are dull and sitting through them is nothing short of painful. For example, I don’t even remember the speaker at my own commencement ceremony. I remember it was a man and I remember he passed as somewhat “notable.” I also ...
    Published about 2 years ago | Rated: +31
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    6 Fun & Exciting Summer Camps for Adults

    6 Fun & Exciting Summer Camps for Adults
    Hoping to capture some of that summer nostalgia from when you were a kid? Look no further than adult summer camps. They offer everything you valued as a child, plus booze (well, many do). Attending any of these summer camps for adults are sure to bring back fond memories of summertime from your childhood and offer a great time for you ...
    Published about 2 years ago | Rated: +24
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    The Top 8 Banned Super Bowl Ads You Wanna See, But Won't!

    The Top 8 Banned Super Bowl Ads You Wanna See, But Won't!
    Every year there are the commercials that make it to the Super Bowl, and then sadly, some that don't - never to be seen by the beer-loving, chip-eating, jersey-wearing public. Some might call the commercial spots controversial, some might call them just too stupid to air. Check out our picks for the Top 8 commercials, past and present, that you won't ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +5
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    From Baskin-Robbins to the White House: Job Tips from Our Founding Fathers

    Presidents were once lowly employees too... Think Presidents have it easy with all of their Cabinet and appointed staff to do things for them? Well, life wasn’t always so sweet. They had to work their way up the career ladder to the White House too! Here are some examples of jobs they had before the Oval Office and tips that ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    4 Career Lessons from American Olympians

    Lindsey Vonn: Don’t Stop When it Starts to Hurt Lindsey Vonn is the first American woman to win a gold medal in the Olympic downhill skiing. A contender in Torino in 2006, Vonn suffered a terrible crash that sent her to the hospital. She left with pain arching through her legs and back but still competed in five events. She didn’t ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +5
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    The Differences Between High School and College

    The Differences Between High School and College
    Everyone knows that the worlds of high school and college couldn't be further apart. But, what parallels can be drawn between the two? From childhood to adulthood, high school allows you to gain a sense of what it will be like to be an adult whereas college allows you to fully take ownership of your time, responsibilities and who you want ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +11
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    The Grammar Guide

    The Grammar Guide
    No matter how confident you may be in your writing skills, it’s easy to make mistakes on these common grammatical errors. These mistakes are considered red flags on resumes, papers, scholarship applications and in your work. What are such mistakes warning signs of? Bosses, teachers and hiring managers consider such mistakes to be indicators that you don't take the time to ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +15
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    Clever Ways to Answer Pesky Questions About Post-Grad Plans

    Clever Ways to Answer Pesky Questions About Post-Grad Plans
    Perhaps one of the worst questions a student can be asked is, “What are you doing after graduation?” It’s dreaded - perhaps the equivalent to the single adult’s, “Are you dating anyone yet?” Questions like these almost never have the answer you wish you could give and, therefore, shoot at you like arrows you wish you could avoid. But, what if ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +16
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    Daylight Saving Time: 5 Ways to Reap the Benefits

    Daylight Saving Time: 5 Ways to Reap the Benefits
    On March 11, Daylight Saving Time (DST) began once again. Time to set your clocks forward and kiss winter — and its depressing 4:30pm sunsets — goodbye. Don’t pretend like you’re going to miss it. The practice, also known as “spring forward,” is not without controversy. Its impact on energy conservation — one of the key benefits touted by supporters — ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Friendship Deal Breakers

    Friendship Deal Breakers
    In high school, your friends were the people most similar to you out of the people that attended the same school you did – a “luck of the draw” situation. For some, this was a good thing. For others, not so much. One of the best parts about college? You actually get to choose your friends. Friends are supposed to encourage ...
    Published over 4 years ago | Rated: +15
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    Students Should Consider Consequences of Getting Inked

    Students Should Consider Consequences of Getting Inked
    Whether it’s flaming nautical stars, bold Chinese symbols or a massive tricolored dragon, tattoos are becoming very popular with college students. While some think tattoos are cool and creative, students should practice restraint when getting inked because hey can cause problems in formal situations. Body art is too distracting at weddings, funerals or graduation, among other occasions. [widget:news_callout_2] Generally, as long as ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    The Lady Gaga Effect

    The Lady Gaga Effect
    A recent concept appearing on the Harvard Business Review’s HBR Blog Network caught a lot of attention: the value of a candidate’s “weirdness” in job interviews. The article posted discusses the idea that job seekers can benefit from displaying unusual and unique qualities, interests and conversations to distinguish themselves from the job hunt herd. The Lady Gaga Effect Dubbed the “Lady ...
    Published almost 4 years ago | Rated: +18
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    Social-networking profiles affect job-searching students

    Social-networking profiles affect job-searching students
    As students begin the search for entry-level jobs and internships, some are carefully considering how to keep their Facebook pages clean and professional. “While Facebook is a social network, it has become a professional stomping ground as well,” said Abigail Solis, health and exercise science junior. “In the event a potential employer were to view my page, I wouldn’t worry about ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +5
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    11 Delicious Foods You Should Be Eating

    Our local farmer's market at the Ferry Terminal Market. Most of us have grown (or were born) accustomed to going to the grocery store. It's just what you do, right? Grocery stores like Safeway, Trader Joe's, and especially Target and Super-Walmart, have all your needs in one place, all year round, and tend to be open pretty late, if not ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +6
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    15 Cool Ways to Reuse Old Textbooks

    15 Cool Ways to Reuse Old Textbooks
    You've likely saved all of your old textbooks that you couldn't sell with the thought that one day maybe someone would bite. They've been sitting there in a corner, maybe under your bed, simply collecting dust bunnies. You feel as if they're mocking you - taking up space you could utilize if only you could figure out what to do with ...
    Published over 3 years ago | Rated: +31
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    Colleges Worried about Social Media's Impact on Privacy

    Colleges Worried about Social Media's Impact on Privacy
    Sep. 30--The newly admitted Johns Hopkins freshman discovered that he was the only member of this year's class from Arkansas. So he joined the university's Facebook site for recently enrolled students, where he mentioned often that he loves sweet tea. By the time he reached campus in late August, he had a first-night sipping date with three fellow tea lovers. [widget:list_of_quizzes] ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +2