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Study Tips

A List of 15 of the Most Helpful Online Research Resources

The biggest struggle any college student goes through is, first and foremost, exams. The second biggest struggle is finding the most appropriate materials for writing papers.

Credit Cards

Getting Credit Cards in College – a Guide for Young College Students

Credit is important, especially when it’s time to buy or lease a house, an apartment, or a car. While parents can help you build your credit by adding you onto their own accounts, that’s not the case for everyone.

NCAA Football

The Heated Race to the College Football Playoff!

The world of college football is very exciting right now with the second set of College Football Playoff Rankings just released. Topping the nation are the Clemson Tigers, who remain unbeaten with a 9-0 record.

College Living

The Art of Saying “No” in College

A story and lesson to learn from one of my other college friends, here are his thoughts: Saying “No” is hard.

Student Health

How to be Happy in College – and Succeed at the Same Time

College can be a stressing period in your life. Not only are you giving up your time and effort, but you also pay expensive tuition fees for the sake of a better future.


Technology has Changed Campus Life in a Big Way

Once you are in college, you would hardly see anybody who is not plugged in. It starts with the alarm ringing on the smartphone moving on to the iPhone that gets your day started.


Five Tips to Help You Financially Get Through School

Attending college is one of the most costly expenses you will incur. Whether you are attending undergraduate or trade school can add up quickly.

Study Tips

3 Simple Yet Effective Study Tips to Help You Improve Your Grades

Just getting into the college is not the sole aim. The next step is to study well, get good grades and pass with a flourish. But with the college football season in full swing, this seems like a far-fetched dream.

NCAA Football

Notre Dame’s Playoff Hope’s Still Alive

Tweet The Notre Dame kept their playoff hopes alive against the previously unbeaten Temple Owls. Notre Dame will not win any style points for the first November weekend win, but

Career Planning

Logistics with Flexibility

In the truck driving world, it is about more than just driving safe miles. It is also about customer service, knowing the roads and understanding delivery deadlines.

NCAA Football

College Football Post Week 9!

Tweet The 2015 college football season began September 3 and regular season ends December 12 putting us just past week 9 of college football season. That means that we’re getting

Study Tips

8 Important Strategies for Effective Studying

Since grade school, most have us have been taught that effective studying entails: dedicating most of your time to reading, memorizing as much content as you can and programming yourself to answer exam questions.