Monthly Archives: September 2013

What we did to get involved on campus

You may be on your way to finding your niche at college with Caroline’s article from Tuesday, but our whole blog team had some additional items to share about how we got involved (or not) on our campuses. I attended … Continue reading

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Finding your niche at college

By now you’ve probably had a few weeks to get settled in at college. You’re probably getting to know a few people on your floor and are finding people to share meals with on a regular basis. But it takes … Continue reading

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What can you learn from the people you meet in school?

For me, the best thing about college was not just what I learned from classes, it was also what I learned about life. Going away to school was the first time I was on my own, and I was thrown … Continue reading

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Logging On = Listening Off – Does this happen to you?

These days, its commonplace to see rows of students, heads down, typing (or tapping) away furiously on their laptop (or tablet) in class. Back in my day (when dinosaurs roamed the earth and people actually used cell phones for calling), … Continue reading

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Student Loans for International Students

U.S. students are not the only students who decide to study abroad. Many international students find themselves choosing to study abroad in the United States and may run into some questions in regard to student loans and how to pay … Continue reading

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