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Kara Masterson
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4 Tips to Keeping Homesick College Freshmen at School (130 hits)
Whether your kids had always planned to go away to college or you gently nudged them in that direction, some regrets are now floating to the surface. In other words, your first-year college students are feeling homesick. Many students endure this exp ...
Posted Tuesday, August 20th 2019 at 2:58PM
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4 Ways Linguistic Majors Help the Economy (120 hits)
The most obvious application of a linguistic major is the study of language, but a deeper, underlying aspect of the field of linguistics often goes overlooked—the study of meaning, and the push to increase comprehension. Linguistics majors can find t ...
Posted Tuesday, July 30th 2019 at 6:48PM
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Teaching Robots: 5 Careers That Train AI to Improve Our Communities (164 hits)
There are all kinds of careers appearing in artificial intelligence. Some people build robots, but others are tasked with training them. A few positions are centered around a broader AI experience where you build then teach your robots. If you want t ...
Posted Friday, June 28th 2019 at 4:56PM
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The Pros and Cons of Taking Driver’s Ed Online (71 hits)
When you imagine driver’s ed, do you picture yourself in a classroom or behind a keyboard? Believe it or not, online driver’s ed is actually fairly popular. Those who use it champion the flexibility and value of the lessons. But is something lost whe ...
Posted Monday, May 20th 2019 at 3:12PM
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5 Fields of Law Aspiring Attorneys Should Consider (86 hits)
Becoming a lawyer is the childhood dream of millions of people across the country. It is a profession that offers the potential of a high income combined with the ability to help others. This is exactly the balance that many people seek after when it ...
Posted Monday, May 20th 2019 at 1:13PM
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5 Tips to Maintaining MDT Students' Health (70 hits)
As a musical dance theater student, you wear many hats. Not only do you have core course work to study and prepare for, but you also must put your body through vigorous workouts designed to help you look your best on stage. All of this is in interest ...
Posted Friday, May 17th 2019 at 4:16PM
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5 Green Initiatives to Start on Your College Campus (77 hits)
If you’re hoping to make this year a little more green for your classmates, but you’re not sure how to start, don’t worry. Certain initiatives aren’t for everyone, but giving people “easy” ways to do a little good for the environment is a great way t ...
Posted Thursday, May 16th 2019 at 4:31PM
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5 Keys to Be a Successful RA in College (126 hits)
Aside from being a fantastic way to defray living expenses while in college, the experience of being a resident assistant (RA) will provide a wonderful way to develop your leadership skills and an opportunity to give back to your college community. W ...
Posted Tuesday, May 14th 2019 at 4:18PM
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3 High Paying Summer Jobs to Help You Pay Tuition Next Fall (90 hits)
It will not be long before college will be out for the summer, but your thoughts might already be turning towards how you will pay the tuition bill next fall. That is certainly admirable. To begin, you should be commended for working hard to minimize ...
Posted Friday, May 3rd 2019 at 3:07PM
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Student Safety Secrets: 5 Tips When Walking Home After Dark (107 hits)
Walking at night can be a scary thing, but it sometimes necessary. If you know what steps you need to take in order to keep yourself safe, then you will be able to walk with confidence. There are several ways that you can stay safe while walking alon ...
Posted Friday, April 26th 2019 at 4:00PM
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Overcoming Boredom: 5 Busy Student Summer Side Jobs (165 hits)
If you are a student, then you can avoid boredom this summer by finding a side job. Here are five jobs that can keep you busy this summer. They can also help you save up money for when you are going back to school full-time. Concession Worker Mo ...
Posted Thursday, April 18th 2019 at 7:01PM
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Pedestrian Purgatory: 4 Predicaments of Commuting to College (430 hits)
When you think of going to college, you think of time spent in a dorm room studying for finals or arguing with your roommate. However, not everyone who goes to school lives on campus. Let’s take a look at some of the perils involved with walking or o ...
Posted Friday, March 29th 2019 at 8:10PM
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Advanced Learning Techniques: Why Online and Alternative Methods Are Popular (224 hits)
According to U.S. News & World Report, online courses are now more popular than ever before. The most recent data available, which is from a one-year period ending in fall 2016, upwards of 6.3 million college students took one or more online courses ...
Posted Friday, March 22nd 2019 at 5:41PM
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Best Teacher: 4 Innovative Classrooms Around the World (138 hits)
Teaching a child is no easy feat, but it is something many teachers around the world do. One thing some teachers have to figure out is how to engage students and ensure that they learn. The following are four different classrooms around the world tha ...
Posted Monday, March 4th 2019 at 7:35PM
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From Kinder to College: Why Hands on Education Matters (309 hits)
We have all been taught just how important education is. That much is a given. We believe in this principle to such a great extent that we spend most of our waking days in school until we are well into our second decade of life. However, the reality ...
Posted Thursday, February 28th 2019 at 3:55PM
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A Balancing Act: Maintaining Academic Scholarships Without Burning Out (190 hits)
When you're awarded an academic scholarship from a university, it's a big deal. While it is an award you should be proud of, an academic scholarship can bring its own source of pressure. It's not uncommon for a college student to feel pressured to pe ...
Posted Friday, February 8th 2019 at 3:10PM
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4 Uncommon Careers in Engineering You Can Explore (200 hits)
One of the many great things about majoring in engineering is that you have a variety of career options. There are over 1.5 million engineers in this country. Every engineer has different talents, interests and abilities. You are sure to find an engi ...
Posted Monday, January 28th 2019 at 8:02PM
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An Undergraduates Road map to Becoming a Doctor (166 hits)
It's not easy to become a doctor. However, with hard work and determination, you can make it happen. In order to become the best doctor you can be, you'll want to create a plan. As you traverse through the journey, certain portions of the plan might ...
Posted Friday, January 25th 2019 at 3:50PM
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6 Things I Wish I Learned Before Moving Out (279 hits)
Leaving for college and moving out of your parents' home is part of adulthood. It's the opportunity to make the rules and travel in a separate apartment or home within the same city or a different one. The dream is exciting, yet the reality is unfor ...
Posted Friday, January 18th 2019 at 4:49PM
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4 Tips To Help You Declare A College Major (323 hits)
Choosing a college major is one of the most important decisions you'll make in your life. You're investing your time and money into getting an education, so you want to make sure you get as much out of it as you can! If you're feeling unsure, then yo ...
Posted Tuesday, January 15th 2019 at 1:56PM
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Enterprise Entrepreneur: What Every Novice Businessman Should Know (1190 hits)
You want to start your own business, but you're a novice. That shouldn't stop you because even the most successful business people were inexperienced novices at one point. The following are some key subjects novice entrepreneurs should take the time ...
Posted Thursday, January 10th 2019 at 4:20PM
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Congrats On The Job! 5 Financial Suggestions to Take Before You Splurge (405 hits)
Congratulations, you've landed your first job and just received your first paycheck! It may be tempting to start spending that money right away on fun items after your basic needs are covered, but there are other, more practical things you should do ...
Posted Thursday, December 20th 2018 at 3:51PM
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4 Things To Know Before Starting Your Online Business (501 hits)
With so much of the world online these days, it is becoming increasingly easy to build a reputable brand completely online. However, because there are so many brands currently online, you must ensure that your business stands out from the crowd and i ...
Posted Monday, December 10th 2018 at 12:43PM
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Early Onset Alzheimer's - 5 Proactive Ways To Help A Loved One (640 hits)
There is no doubt that Alzheimer's is a problem affecting more people every day. Having a loved one with early onset Alzheimer's means that you are going to have to make changes to make things easier, and safer for them. While nobody is truly prepare ...
Posted Wednesday, November 28th 2018 at 7:38PM
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Small Steps: How To Help Your Child Learn At Their Own Pace (930 hits)
Each child has a unique learning style or preference. For example, some children learn better through hands-on activities, and others learn better by hearing or seeing the lessons. In some cases, even when education is tailored specifically to a chil ...
Posted Monday, April 23rd 2018 at 6:24PM
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