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7 Powerful Scholarship Sites to Cut College Expenses

There’s no arguing with the fact that college is expensive. The cost of higher education is a deterrent to thousands of students every year, keeping them from pursuing a degree they’d love to have. If you stand out in a field, such as a sport or a particular scholastic subject, you might be one of […]

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Important Things To Do Before Moving Out

Whether you are moving to college for the first time or changing your home location for a new year, your college years can see you having to move out quite often. While moving comes with a lot of stressors on its own, here is our list of the most important things to do before moving […]

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How to Make Your Summers at Home More Manageable

You’ve adjusted to life at college — late-night fast food runs, study sessions with friends and complete and utter independence. Now, it’s time to come home for a few months. A momentary transition like this can be a shock. After all, you finally know what it’s like to live without your parents. But your break […]

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Going to Seminary? Here’s 4 Tips to Have the Best Experience

When preparing to enter a seminary for pastorate studies, it helps to keep several relevant things in mind to facilitate your program of study and support your success. Becoming an ecclesiastical leader in 2020 can be complicated. Luckily there are a number of resources to help you navigate it. Here are some ways to make […]

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5 Creative Ways to Decorate Your New Space

When it comes to settling in your new place as a young adult, you still expect that homey vibe. You want to feel comfortable, right?   It doesn’t matter if you’re living in a large place or a small one, all it takes are a few creative solutions to amp up the atmosphere, make it […]

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Top 3 Engineering Programs in the US

Are you a prospective engineering student who is anxious to start your chosen career path? There’s no doubt that you want to be sure you start out on the right foot with a program that will help you to prepare effectively. The good news is that there are plenty of engineering programs located all over […]

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Student’s Guide to Budget Shopping During a Pandemic

Shopping for anything, especially on a tight budget, has gotten a lot more difficult. Whether you’re braving the physical stores or trying to find the right products online, it’s a stressful time for a student to be worrying about shopping. Keep costs low and yourself safe by trying out these tips for budget shopping during […]

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Things That Could Hurt Your Sleep While at College

From purchasing your textbooks to packing to move into the dorms, there’s a lot to consider when starting your college career. However, while it’s easy to get swept up in the busy preparation process, it’s vital to consider how you’re going to live a healthy and productive life once you’ve settled into your college routine. […]

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Things to Do Before Leaving for College

The summer before leaving for college can be hectic. There is often so much to do it can be hard to remember everything on your to-do list. Of course, it’s easy to remember the exciting rite of passage tasks like picking out your dorm décor and scheduling classes, but some tasks may be overlooked altogether. […]