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Collegiate Sports

Here are 3 Ideas for Studying on the Pitch

Obviously, most jocks and cheerleaders would rather be occupied in the football pitch or basketball court instead of being held up in a library doing some boring reading.

Advanced Education

The Future of Minorities in Academia

Tweet What does the future hold for minorities in Academia? If you’re a minority and are interested in working in academia, you already know that you’ll need advanced degrees to

Commentary

9 Ways You Can Shine Academically in College

Tweet How I Shined Academically in College Since I finished college with shining colors a few months ago, I wish to share with you how I thrived academically. I saw

Education Tips Featured

How to Pull Up Your College Grades (Before it is Too Late)

Your grades are in trouble and if they do not improve, you may find yourself drummed out of college.

Academics Featured

Your College is Not Your Fate!

The pressure to get into a certain college or university is a tremendous one for numerous students. Indeed, some families take extraordinary measures to ensure that their children are accepted by the finest institutions and are promptly enrolled.

Campus News

Massachusetts Colleges Consider Merging

Much has been made in the news lately about the pending demise of Sweet Briar College in Virginia. Indeed, that all-women college in local Virginia stunned students, faculty and alumnae earlier this month when the administration announced that the school would shutter its doors at the end of this academic year.

Campus News

Education City: Academia Rises in Qatar

Qatar (pronounced cutter) is home to just over 2 million people, a sovereign Arab country found on the northeasterly coast of the Arabian Peninsula. It borders Saudi Arabia and is a nation of tremendous wealth, due to oil production.

Campus News

Federal Government Moves Away From Campus Free Speech Blueprint

American college and university campuses have long been bastions of free speech, but the federal government has not always supported academic institutions accordingly. Indeed, earlier this year the government endorsed a University of Montana “blueprint” to restrict speech, one that would have also limited due process and expanded the definition of sexual harassment.

Study Tips

How To Improve Your Study Skills

Tweet You’re well into the new academic year and you’ve already received some important feedback from your professors. A couple of tests, a pop quiz, and several writing assignments have