Attending college is one of the most important investments that you can make yourself, and a lot of the return on investment you may experience will depend on where you go.
If you're a fan of horror, you'll know there's a plethora of content still waiting to send shivers of fear down your spine. Unfortunately, sifting through all of these titles can be scarier than viewing contemporary horror films.
A few years ago, I made a transition from teaching high school English to middle school. My first year was tough. I didn’t have my own classroom, so I moved from period to period with the students, all of my materials traveling on a small, plastic cart through crowded hallways. My organizational skills suffered, I struggled with finding a direction for my curriculum and classroom management was challenging.
Netflix is the new cable, but unlike cable, there's plenty of cool shows to choose from right at your fingertips. For those of us who adore having a spooky movie on at any given moment, nothing is quite as awesome as a Netflix horror movie night.
The most exciting things about higher education involve new friendships and freedom from your parents, but it's your future education that takes up the bulk of your college experience, so what you will eventually learn along the way is what should be most important to you. Freshman year is a tough learning curve, but you'll get the creative spark you need and the energy to succeed later in your college career.
Over the years, many countries around the world have tried their hand at creating great science fiction. Most of the best science fiction films of all time, if you ask mainstream audiences, come from America. Over the years, though, many countries have become famous for their own quality foreign language films.