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On the College Hunt: How to Find the Right School for You

Deciding which college to attend is one of the most important decisions you’ll make after your high school career. You need to analyze your individual wants and needs before making your final decision on where to go. You’ll be spending the next two to four or longer in college. Keep these factors in mind when […]

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Grad School: Should You Even Bother Considering the Cost?

The average debt that graduates accumulate after a master’s degree program can range well over $50,000. Getting a degree in law, medicine, health sciences and other similar programs can reach upward of $160,000. Student loan debt has a choke-hold on many Americans in 2017. With 44.2 million Americans in student loan debt and over $1.45 […]

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Food at the Fair: 5 Things You Need at Your School Event

Fairs are becoming popular nowadays. This could be due to a new collective to share with others, or it may be that people are opting to enjoy local events. The reasons behind this rise can be debated. What is true is that this rise should be taken advantage of, which your school is doing. The […]

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How to Determine it’s the Right College Course

Don’t feel bad if you’re unsure of what path you want to take as you grow older and mature. There isn’t a wrong or right way to get ahead in this world. You have to stick with what makes sense for you and remain confident in your choice. Don’t assume one course or the other […]

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How to Choose the Best College Savings Plan

As a parent, you want what’s best for your child. Unfortunately, the cost of living coupled with inflation and tuition costs reaching astronomical limits, has made life and saving much more difficult. Sure, you want your child to further their education and excel as much as possible, no matter he has to take help for […]

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Between a Rock and a Hard Place: How Universities Capitulate to Snowflakes

Much has been made of "political correctness gone mad" on universities campuses, with far-left students—often pejoratively called "(special) snowflakes"—making increasingly extreme demands of school faculty based on some form of identity politics, often backed up by violent protests. Usually, the university winds up caving into these demands, if after a period of attempted negotiation. In […]


Overcoming Addiction From Seeking Individual Treatment

Even though substance addiction can begin to erode life and bring things crashing down, men are less likely to seek professional help than women. The reasons can be very individual, but there are some traits that are specific to gender and exploring these can shed light on ways to increase the success of treatment for […]

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The Cost Benefit Analysis of Grad School

Deciding whether or not to attend graduate school can be difficult. For some, it can be a financial decision more than anything else. Here is a cost benefit analysis for those trying to make the decision from a monetary point of view. It’s Not for Everyone Although some careers require a master’s degrees, there are […]