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Monthly Archives: November 2008
For most of the population, Thanksgiving is a pretty restful holiday. No real obligations other than to eat and watch football. For college students, it’s different. You still get to eat and watch football , but it isn’t always a particularly… Continue reading
Do you listen to music while you study? I did. I watched movies, too. And even now, when work calls for some late-night overtime, I still do. Do you think it’s a Gen Y thing? Or just a way some… Continue reading
For college students or recent graduates, all the doomsday news about the economy can be pretty unsettling. And truth be told, the job outlook for 2009 grads doesn’t look wonderful. I don’t mean for that news to get you down… Continue reading
Here we are, approaching holiday season at breakneck speed. In just a few short weeks we’ll be with family and friends for food, football, and fiscal stimulation! But most of all, we’ll be remembering what we’re thankful for. This past… Continue reading
If you’re in the market for a private student loan (the kind you turn to once you’ve exhausted all your scholarships, grants, and federal funding), you’ve likely heard or will hear about cosigners. Having a cosigner can make a difference… Continue reading
Hey college freshmen, how are you doing? Now that you’ve been at school a couple of months, are you settling in? Finding your way? Freshman year can be tough, no doubt about it. A few short months ago, you were… Continue reading
Moving can be equal-parts expensive, rewarding, and painful, and my husband and I have just completed the month-long process of getting settled into our new place. As I reflect on the experience, I’m struck by how many similarities there are… Continue reading