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Religion in College: What Affiliation Means

Full article posted at The Campus Commons. If you attended public school, religion and college may seem like a strange combination to you. But as long as a college isn’t state-supported, like a public university, then the separation of church and state (the constitutional amendment that keeps your public high […]

NSCS Convention 2011: Honor. Enspire. Engage… Speak!

A wise old woman and a mustard seed, the difference between a watermelon and a cloud and getting internships of your dreams! These were some of the topics discussed by the phenomenal speakers that attended this years’ National Society of Collegiate Scholarsnational convention in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Graced with […]

DreamSpark

Dream Big, Save Bigger

College student? Check. Computer or laptop? Check. Free software? …Where? We all love the word “free” – free samples, free apps, free snacks… but what about free software? As college students, we know that education is anything but free. We pay tuition, books, housing, and all the other crazy expenses […]

NSCS Convention 2011: Where Geek Was Chic

NSCS. The National Society of Collegiate Scholars. That’s the only thing I knew about this prestigious organization. From what I knew, it was “just another” national honor society. From what I knew, I thought it would be just a bunch of nerds gathering on college campuses across the nation celebrating […]

NSCS Convention 2011: The Possiblities Are Endless

I had the distinct pleasure of attending this year’s National Convention in San Juan, Puerto Rico and it was one of THE best conventions I have ever attended. I’ve traveled for work to attend conventions in the past; dreading all of the meetings, the undesirable dishes, and the transparent people. […]

NSCS Convention 2011: The Possiblities Are Endless

I had the distinct pleasure of attending this year’s National Convention in San Juan, Puerto Rico and it was one of THE best conventions I have ever attended. I’ve traveled for work to attend conventions in the past; dreading all of the meetings, the undesirable dishes, and the transparent people. […]

The Pros & Cons of a Post-Grad Gap Year

By Lauren Joffe for The Real College Guide Thinking of taking a year off after graduation and before heading into the workplace or grad school? No, we’re not talking about a break to slouch on the couch. We’re talking about a gap year: Europeans do it all the time, taking […]

The Pros & Cons of a Post-Grad Gap Year

By Lauren Joffe for The Real College Guide Thinking of taking a year off after graduation and before heading into the workplace or grad school? No, we’re not talking about a break to slouch on the couch. We’re talking about a gap year: Europeans do it all the time, taking […]