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How to follow up after an interview

There’s always talk about following up after life’s most important meetings–holidays, gift exchanges, family visits–and it’s usually a pretty simple task. But when it comes to job interviews, there seems to be a fine line between the right way to follow up and … Continue reading

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How to get on your professor’s good side

Let’s face it, some professors are intimidating. And when you’re in a big class among dozens of other students, it can sometimes feel like you’re just another face in the crowd to your educational counterparts. But you can stand out. Despite … Continue reading

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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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How Veterans are Making Their Mark in the Classroom

Veteran’s Day shines a light on the service of millions of former military personnel. But the holiday also highlights how those veterans are succeeding today. One group of veterans, student vets, have found some of the greatest success of 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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Managing Risk in College: All About Defense

Students tend to take a lot of risks. They’ll compromise sleep to finish a small task, they’ll cut the bus time close, they’ll even bubble in 7 straight C’s on a test even though everything tells them it can’t be … Continue reading

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Interacting with Veterans: Tips for Educators

Veterans’ unique experience and knowledge can be a valuable asset to the diversity and depth of an institution’s culture. The military develops a focus on mission accomplishment and teamwork that is not easily lost. Individuals often bring a strong commitment … Continue reading

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