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While joining college, most people have one major goal to do whatever it takes to attain the desired degree. Though this goal is very important, people rarely understand the importance of networking as part of achieving and maintaining our life goals.
Tweet After college, what you’ll remember more than anything else is the relationships you’ve had there. These relationships can encompass multiple facets of college life, including other students and even
Tweet Making a decision to go to college is a huge and important reminder that you are about to make a difference to your future – from now on, you
Tweet As someone who has attended community college, I have learned a lot about career planning and clubs. Many people are led to the common misconception that sports are the
Tweet Tips and advice from another college friend of mine: With so many social networking platforms available these days, the concept of social networking has changed. On the very first
Tweet By Jeremy K. Armstrong Twitter is one of the most popular social networking websites, with tens of millions of people using it to advertise their businesses and for linking
Tweet By John Phillips But, not all of our friends are psychologists who are sworn to secrecy about those intimate details of our lives. Most people don’t even know who
Tweet The best of SayCampusLife.com from last year. Happy New Year! We here at SayCampusLife.com want to thank you for following us in 2010 and invite you to enjoy many
Tweet 6500 contributors fund budding project Last month, we shared news about Diaspora, the under development Facebook alternative platform. As the budding innovation of four New York University students, Team
Tweet Is more grief heading Facebook’s way? Last week, Facebook announced changes to its amazingly popular social networking platform in response to flak it has been receiving from privacy and
Tweet Whatever you do in life, your reputation matters. Sometimes that concept is hard to grasp, given the very public way many of us live our lives these days. But