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Maximize your university experience with these tips for all things collegiate–how to achieve a perfect GPA, select the right major, finance your college education and more.

  • glenna mamie
    Published about 23 hours ago
    Education in A Nutshell:  From the minor's privilege

    Education in A Nutshell: From the minor's privilege

    It was chalk and cheese with Sparta's model, which had been designed to train fiercely loyal, gallant and physically perfectly healthy warriors. Upon turning seven, boys would have been moved out to live in either schools or barracks, wherein they were exposed to sports and combat and endurance training with iron disciplines. Albeit being elite combat troops, they were, for the most part, illiterate.
  • Leah C.
    Published a day ago
    Pour One Out for the College Grads

    Pour One Out for the College Grads

    Sadly enough, it is no longer about what you know, but who you know.
  • Madeline Macrae
    Published 5 days ago
    Why I Chose to Attend a Small University

    Why I Chose to Attend a Small University

    One of the most stressful decisions in my life was choosing a college. It was around the end of my junior year that I was constantly asked what college I was attending (or thinking about attending) and what I planned on studying. For a period of time, I had my sights set on the University of Michigan, mostly because my dad and older sister went there. It wasn’t until I started touring more campuses and researched more colleges that I realized what I was looking for in a college.
  • Destiny Abercrumbie
    Published 9 days ago
    A Message from A Pandemic Graduate

    A Message from A Pandemic Graduate

    Though our last semester ended totally different from how it is suppose to be, realize the fact that we made it through a pandemic and other blockades. Despite the fact that we have been stripped of major events that takes place during the last two months of school: dances, senior trips, prom; we still overcame this detrimental semester, we tried our best.
  • Destiny Abercrumbie
    Published 9 days ago
    Major Tips of Advice Before Leaving for College
  • Cherry Rothwell
    Published 9 days ago
    What on earth is a healthy work/life balance?

    What on earth is a healthy work/life balance?

    A healthy work/life balance, by definition, is a state of equilibrium in which the demands of both a person’s job and personal life are equal. As a Uni student this balance can sometimes feel impossible to achieve.
  • Drew Johnston
    Published 9 days ago
    College Bound

    College Bound

    While I did not get my full first year at ASU, I still got to experience most of it. I want to share some of my stories, experiences, and advice for incoming freshmen.
  • Sherry Cassidy
    Published 10 days ago
    Yes She Can

    Yes She Can

    My decision to go back to school was not made impulsively. I always knew that one day I would go back, but it never seemed to be the right time. I told myself that I was a single working mother and didn't have time to study. I told myself that I was too old, and that ship had passed. Then one day I woke up with different frame of mind. I was bored with factory work. I needed a career that challenged my mind, not a job that challenged my patience. I had to get out of there, and I had to figure out how. Later that day, after a conversation with a coworker, the switch flipped on. It was time. I was going back to school.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 13 days ago
    Where to Continue Your Education

    Where to Continue Your Education

    If you’ve been thinking about continuing your education but don’t want to enroll in a traditional college or graduate program, know that there are several other options. Not all continuing education has to be formal, but if having a degree or certificate will help you in your work, then that is certainly an option too. The good news is that there are numerous choices for where and how to keep learning.
  • glenna mamie
    Published 13 days ago
    Education in A Nutshell

    Education in A Nutshell

    To all appearances, my obnoxious and superficial opinion on the topic is that this is neither bewildered nor abhorrent. Instead, we'd better blaspheme the "dull" management from the very beginning, which fails to mitigate the foreseeable risks.
  • The Bumble Life
    Published 15 days ago
    Is University education always the best choice for developing career skills?

    Is University education always the best choice for developing career skills?

    In my immediate family I am the only one to have gone to University. It was drummed into me that I had to get a degree to achieve anything in life and when my sister decided not to follow the academic path that I did my parents were very disappointed. Years later I have not one but two degrees and something like £50,000 worth of debt to pay back should I ever start earning a reasonable amount. My sister took college qualifications where funding would now be less available to me if I wanted to change my current career choice and is on the path to a management role.
  • Millie
    Published 19 days ago
    First Year of College

    First Year of College

    Attending Sheridan College's Bachelor of Animation program was my dream for as long as I can remember. I can recall being 12 and sitting on my couch watching cartoons and researching the best colleges that offered animation programs in my area. Sheridan has a pristine reputation among the art industry, the "Harvard of Animation", if you will. I don't think at age 12, I quite understood why Sheridan was considered as such, I think I was convinced I would have a Legally Blonde segment where I somehow managed to get into a top-tier school. The reality is for a lot of people, getting into an Animation (or Illustration, even) program is hard.