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The Homework Code: Reviewing Today’s Top “Study Hacks”

It’s been said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. This likely explains why a study routine–when repeated the same way time after time– can eventually make it feel … Continue reading

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#Ranked: The 5 Most Valuable Soft Skills for Today’s Job Market

Soft skills are defined by employers and professionals as a “cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, friendliness, and optimism that characterize relationships with other people.” But for students, they can more simply be understood as “the … Continue reading

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4 July Travel Tips

July is the time of longer days, less classes, and more downtime. It’s also the peak of the summer travel season, which means bigger crowds, longer waits, and higher prices at almost every destination. And if you’re a student, all … Continue reading

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Debunking Costly Technology Myths 

From smartphones that can weigh things to drones that deliver your mail, technology is synonymous with rumors. Some rumors, however, can actually lead users to spend more money than they need to. And when you’re a college student, forking out … Continue reading

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6 Websites for Career Soul-Searching

Technology can do more than just help you pass your classes, it can also help you answer career questions — and we’re not just talking about the “where can I find a job” one, either. Beyond job postings, the internet … Continue reading

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eTools For Easy A’s: 6 Essential Apps

On today’s campuses, 86% of students now own a laptop, and 62% own a smartphone. One stat that hasn’t changed, though, is that 100% of students still want to get straight A’s. And guess what? Technology, when used right, can … Continue reading

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How to Make Your Break

It’s graduation season, which means it’s commencement speech season. One notable speech already making the rounds is Charlie Day’s at Merrimack College, where the It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia actor brought forth some serious wisdom to listeners (alongside his share … Continue reading

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