Why You Shouldn’t Date in College

It’s Valentine’s Day. The time of year where Cupid comes out of his rabbit hole and shoots people in the southern posterior, inspiring them to buy candied hearts and and the sort for that special someone who’s most likely not even worth it. Obviously, you can tell I love this time of year, because I […]

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Why You’re Not Getting A Job

I know I’ve already iterated this before, but I’m going to do it again. But this time, I’m going to do it by showing you three articles that all basically say the same thing. First and foremost, your resume sucks. CNBC puts this rather delicately, saying that employers simply don’t feel that colleges are preparing […]

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The EOC (End of College) Exam

Typically, no matter which college you go to, you end up taking an entrance exam of some sort. Whether it be the SAT, the ACT, or a special exam given by the community or in-state college you wish to go to, you need to take something that proves that you have the academic skills required […]

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The Best Companies to Work For When You’re In College (2014 Edition)

As with popular (or not so popular) tradition, I’m giving you the updated list of the best companies to work for in 2014. Last year, I gave you both the 2012 and 2013 editions (because I really had some catching up to do), and while not much has really changed, it would still be worth […]

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There Are Options for College Out There

While schools have done a pretty good job at breaking students financially over the years, there are still schools out there that can do far less damage than others. The first and most obvious choice would of course be community or in-state colleges, which have low tuition costs and require no additional fees for maintaining […]

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College Does Not Equal Success

I know that I’ve said this time and time again (like many of the other things that I’ve said over and over), but college isn’t for everyone. I know that that’s still a big shocker to many people, but you really don’t need to go to college to be successful in life. If anything, college […]

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The 5 Rules of Social Media Etiquette

The internet is a strange and mysterious place. It’s unlike real life in such a way that it allows people to express themselves in ways they normally wouldn’t in public. For instance, it wouldn’t socially acceptable to run around the classroom, showing pictures of yourself to all your classmates. But put those same pictures up […]

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4 Tips to Adhere to When Taking Loans

Whenever it comes to the decision of pulling loans, the best choice would usually be to say no. It’s a risk, because you never know if you’ll be able to get a job right out of college to pay it off (usually, you don’t). Typically, students make the mistake of borrow more than they really […]

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Early College: An Alternative to Dual Enrollment

The ┬ánice thing about dual enrollment is that it give you the opportunity to complete your A.A. or two years worth of college while still in high school. If taken at an accredited school, it can offer more than the Advanced Placement courses that high schools normally offer since not only are the courses taught […]

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The Difference Between Good Debt and Bad Debt

As you may have heard me say before, there is such as thing as “good” debt. It’s not something that comes up often this early in your life, but there is such a thing. People pull student loans, car loans, run up credit card debt, and heedlessly borrow and spend without giving a second thought […]

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