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College Lessons from the Dalai Lama’s Teachings

Jul 19, 2012 No Comments

The Dalai Lama often gives sage advice—advice that can be learned by those of you who will be (or already are) attending college. I was honored to meet him when he visited my school, and his teachings are simple yet profound. Here are some lessons that you can apply to your own college education.

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4 College Tips for High School Seniors

Jul 12, 2012 No Comments

Here are some tips that high school graduating seniors should know or anyone beginning college for the first time.

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3 Reasons Why You Should Earn Your College Degree

Jul 10, 2012 2 Comments

Sometimes in the midst of economic downturns and increased expenses when it comes to college tuition, you need a reminder. Maybe you need to hear something positive so you can keep your head up and stay focused on higher education.

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Tips for the Post College Job Hunt

Jul 03, 2012 No Comments

Maybe you’ve heard it before—maybe you haven’t. Regardless, here it is: networking should be an important part of your job hunt. Some of you just sighed. I heard you. It’s okay—it’s just that you don’t yet understand how critical networking can be for your career success. Doubters, keep reading.

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Pinterest—Organizing Tips for College Students

Jun 20, 2012 No Comments

While many of you are walking around with binders overflowing with college brochures, some of you have discovered an online organizational tool—Pinterest. Guys, it’s not just for the DYI craft projects and planning dream weddings!

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Choosing a College: Location, Location, Location!

Jun 15, 2012 No Comments

A question sometime arises when you’re faced with choosing a college. Should you attend a school in an area you really don’t like? Maybe even hate? Here are some points to ponder.

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New System Could Make Choosing The Right College Easier

May 31, 2012 2 Comments

It’s that time. High school students are in the throes of making important decisions like whether to attend online universities, private or public schools, community colleges or traditional universities.

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From University Custodian to University Graduate

May 25, 2012 No Comments

Some colleges and universities have their own unique success stories. Columbia University is one of them. A 52 year old man by the name of Gac Filipaj has recently graduated with his B.A. in Classics with department honors. He, along with numerous other undergrads, participated in Columbia’s commencement ceremony.

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3 Ways to Cope with College Rejection

May 21, 2012 No Comments

You weren’t accepted to the college of your dreams. You’ve heard “there must be something better in store for you” or “it will be alright just keep your head up” from friends and family. You’re trying to handle the situation the right way but you could use a few pointers. Here you go!

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Get a Jump Start on Learning a New Language in College

May 15, 2012 3 Comments

Are you a college student on a tight budget who would like to learn a new language? Looking for a platform that might help with your language learning needs? Then you should check out Rocket Languages and Living Language.

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