It’s pretty simple. Free online flashcards. StudyBlue is a pretty cool service that seems to be helping students study all over the nation. We dig their operation and want to show some support. A better educated world is a better world. Students continue to make studying mobile and social, according to new data from StudyBlue. [ Read More ]
Are you an upperclassman in college? Thinking about your future? Getting ready to snag some internships? Here’s a crash course in how to prepare yourself for the world of interning.
You’re in college! Congratulations! I’m going to be the first one to tell you that no one cares. Don’t take that the wrong way, going to college is great, but you know what’s not great? Failing college because you didn’t study. Proud family members feel silly after sending you off into your adult life only [ Read More ]
Windows 7, the latest OS for PC users, has been available for a little over 2 years now. After the disappointing reviews that the previous OS, Vista, received, Microsoft quickly put out Windows 7. OS 7 features a higher processing speed, better tools to keep you organized, and ways to keep you more up-to-date with ever-changing technology.
As the first month of 2012 comes to a close some of our best intentions to keep our resolutions alive may be over too. As the year keeps going, so should we. Here are some tips to keep up your resolutions and goals!
Have you noticed lately that all the girls on your campus are starting to look a little too much a like? Here’s a look at how to the college way of dressing is becoming more than just a comfortable alternative.
What I love about the Internet Age is how more and more tools are made available to us on a daily basis that can make our lives easier. And the best part? Most of the best ones are free! Here are some websites I use on a daily basis to help me save time and [ Read More ]
Whether you’re a journalism student or a nursing student having the skill to write proficiently and clearly is something you will need in any career you choose.
Every year starts the same way. We go into it with great expectations of what we will accomplish and how we will improve and make ourselves even better than we were the previous year. There is often a lot of work you need to do beforehand to make sure you succeed.
In This Section: School
As the most important part of attending college, this category offers you advice on choosing classes, how to arrange your class schedule, purchasing books and planning your course of study. But of course there is more to school than just planning: we also give you study tips, advice on time management, we show you how to form a relationship with your professor and peers, and how to succeed when you are feeling overworked or stressed out. We also cover tips on internships, jobs, and what happens after college; you know, graduation? Whether you need to find out the best place to buy your textbooks or how to deal with a lousy professor, we’ve got the tips and advice for you.