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April 2021
Ever wonder why people talk about gaining the “freshman fifteen” in college? It can certainly be a real thing, especially when you’re adapting to college life with rushing to class, stress and anxiety, meal plan access, and the convenience of snacks at the student center and vending machines. If you want to get ahead of...
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You’re probably wondering what “household inventory scholarships” are and how you can apply for them, so I’ll get right to it! Think about the stores you buy food, clothing, and other products from. Examples could be McDonald’s, Target, Walmart, Abercrombie, Shell, P&G, etc. These stores and brands often have scholarships available that you may not...
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We’ve all been trained on classroom etiquette for years. We know we have to wait our turn and raise our hand to speak, we know to be quiet when others are talking and we know how to conduct ourselves in a public setting. So, how does one take what they know about in-person classroom etiquette...
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It’s not easy to choose a college, especially when you have to consider the tuition costs. With people looking for alternative ways to afford college, many students have started attending community college with the intent of transferring to a university. However, like with any decision, there are pros and cons to attending a community college...
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