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Books Every College Student Should Read

With the advent of a myriad of distractions and technological advancements that preoccupy the minds of today’s youth, it is safe to say that college...

College Athletes and Compensation

Just this month, lawmakers in California proposed a bill that would enable NCAA student athletes to earn money off of their names and likenesses. Thro...

Working Your Way Through College

There is no denying that college is expensive and not every student is from a well-off household. Some find it hard to pay for their college tuition, ...

The Best Social Studies Topics

Let us get one thing straight, essays with topics relating to social studies are not the easiest to write. Just merely thinking of a topic is hard. Yo...

Your Backpack Essentials for College

College life: it is one unpredictable show, and you will never know what will get at you, one way or another. For one, there are the classes and requi...

September 11, 2001: What America Has Learned

”Where were you during 9/11?” When the first rays of the 21st century dawned on America, the nation’s citizens knew nothing more than peace and...

How to Enjoy Your Gap Year

You made it: you get up from your seat, fall in line, wait for your turn, and finally go on top of the stage to get that diploma you spent countless a...

Everything You Need To Know About Sorority Recruitment

Many women have been waiting for a chance to get into a sorority since they first heard about it probably in middle or high school, and it can be unne...

Avoid the Freshman 15

When you get into college, you will finally feel a sense of liberation. In college, you usually live in a dorm with fellow college students – far fr...

Surviving but Thriving in Your First Semester in College

College can be intimidating and confusing for anyone, and your first semester will definitely be filled with anxiety and unease. Your success in high ...

10 Best Study Spots on Campus

Deadlines are looming. Tests are lined up. Your roommate is blasting music. Your dorm room is cramped with books and noodle cups. It feels stuffier th...

Decode your college syllabus for a higher grade

The syllabus is a map to guide you through an entire semester in a particular class with a particular professor. If you will notice the length of most...

SAT Essay Tips

Are you thinking of taking the SAT Essay test? Before you do, know that this is not always required. Some courses, especially those that do not includ...

Hate crimes in the US

Data collected by the Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism shows that hate crimes committed by white nationalists or motivated by far-right ideolo...

Overcoming Writer's Block

More often than not, experts find that writer’s block is caused by conflicted feelings. As a writer, you would want your writing to be pristine, and...

Racism in American Literature

Racism in American LiteratureNotions of illusory superiority, cultural differences, Social Darwinism, and the quest for prosperity all contributed to ...

What I Learned From My Freshman Year of College

It is quite funny to reflect that one of the most anticipated parts of your life - the one where you have spent most of your high school life trying t...

No Child Left Behind - Success or Failure?

Education is the cornerstone of prospects and livelihood in a country. Ideally, better education equals better countrymen, equals better country. Henc...

The Pros and Cons of Distance Learning

Tired of going to school for four years all for a piece of paper? What if you do not have to leave your cozy little room and still get to have that he...

Jacinda Ardern

Before becoming New Zealand’s youngest female Prime Minister at the age of 38, Jacinda Ardern held the similar distinction as regards with New Zeala...