By Lily Herman The college admissions process is in full swing, pre-collegiettes! It’s natural to feel overwhelmed and confused after all, there are so many drafts, deadlines and applications to keep of!
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Remember that college is for you. It's not for your friends. It's not for your family (though if they are helping foot the bill, you do owe them some respect). It's for you. Don't make so many decisions
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At one time, it was common for colleges and universities to have a core curriculum for all students – courses that were thought to provide the foundation of a well-rounded education. For decades, however,
From a cemetery full of stolen football-stadium sod to a day devoted to Nitrogen, here are 10 bizarre college traditions you've probably never heard of. College culture revolves around age-old traditions,
Dr. Daniel Sternberg at Lumosity, a cognitive training site run by Lumos Labs, sought to find out with a series of games which of America's leading higher education institutions was actually the most He