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January is often a time for fresh starts. It is a time when many of us embark on a mission to lose weight, get organized, become a better friend, or prepare for a new job. We often take this time … Continue reading
Have you noticed that everyone today wants a more diverse and inclusive culture? Whether you are applying for college, starting your first job or buying your first home, the word diversity pops up somewhere. So much so that diversity has … Continue reading
You may have noticed them while listening to songs on Pandora, or while streaming cute kitten videos on YouTube. You can even watch them during episodes of Two and a Half Men. Wells Fargo has released a new set of … Continue reading
Hello readers! Here at the Student LoanDown, we try to always keep the blog fresh and topical, which is why I’m excited to announce that we have moved to a new blog platform! There may not be many changes you … Continue reading
It’s summer time and you may find yourself with a little extra time to select your own reading material. Here, our bloggers have put together a few suggestions for some great summer reads. Enjoy! One of the books I recently… Continue reading
Last month, I attended a City Arts lecture featuring Sheryl Sandberg, the ubiquitous COO of Facebook and author of Lean In: Woman, Work and the Will to Lead (full disclosure: I have not yet read the book*). The release of… Continue reading
Excel in and out of the classroom by using your smartphone to its fullest potential. You already take notes via Evernote, but now you can catch the TED talk and impress your professor. Keep in touch with your friends and… Continue reading
Women’s History Month is a time when countries across the globe celebrate the many contributions of women to history and society. As women, we have many recent achievements to celebrate. For example, after the 2012 election, Congress now has 20… Continue reading
I graduated with a masters degree shortly after my 22nd birthday and catapulted into my career soon after. This means that many of the guys my age where either still finishing college or just getting started with a “real job”… Continue reading