education

Feb 14, 2020

Graduating College This Year? Here’s What to Expect (And How to Explain to Your Parents)

Finding a job and getting the role after you graduate depends on a bunch of different factors.  The workplace of...

Jul 24, 2019

Top 10 Most Educated States In The US

You, as a millennial parent or as an undergard are undecided about where to send your kids to high school...

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Sep 20, 2013

5 Lessons College Should Teach You, But Doesn’t

None of the theory and not all of the internships are going to provide you with some very basic lessons that you need to know, not just for when you get out of college, but while you’re in it, too.

Dec 20, 2011

Sex in the News: True Effects of the Women’s Rights Movement

In many ways women are much closer to equal income and in some college programs there are more women that men. All in all, women have been making strides over the years. But this isn't the case for all women. While rich and middle-class women have been climbing all sorts of ladders, less fortunate women have the same amount of equality as back in the 1970s.

Nov 12, 2011

Porn Star Slammed for Reading to Elementary School Children

If you’re thinking about entering the porn industry, you probably won’t be able to read children’s books to elementary school kids afterwards. Maybe it’s because you’ll stimulate too many of their senses with all your clothes on, or because you’ll somehow send subliminal messages and slip in sexual innuendos while reciting Dr. Seuss rhymes. Sorry, but after a career like that, you’re simply…unfit for this kind of thing.

Jun 27, 2011

The Scams That Are “For-Profit” Colleges

We've all seen those cheesy commercials promising students who enroll in hassle-free online classes at these for-profit institutions a guaranteed job within the lucrative careers of their choice. What these commercials forget to mention, though, are the incredibly steep tuition costs, the even steeper debt that students should plan to graduate with, and the statistics of high dropout and low success rates of graduates from these institutions.

Apr 4, 2011

The Ultimate Major Translator

You meet a million people in college. Or so it seems as you go from dorm to class to frat party, seeing thousands of new faces along the way. How's a busy college student to determine who she'll like or who she'll want to avoid? Well there's no better instant-indicator than judging someone based on their major. Sure it's a stereotype and sure it's not always right, but as most college students can attest it's usually pretty accurate.