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Why Nerds Make Great Boyfriends

In the great wide world of college dating, your guy options are more numerous than ever. Choosing between the jocks, frat boys, hipsters, preps, etc. probably has your head spinning. But amidst the hodgepodge of hunks, be sure not to overlook the often ignored nerds. While they may not be […]

The Value of Career Centers

I am a fan of the word “free.” It is my distinct pleasure to attend an event where t-shirts, prizes, and the like are given away just because people decided to show up! It has been my experience that college students miss out on an important aspect of their professional […]

Lost On The Twenty-Something Journey

I’d be surprised if you said your twenties were easy for you as this decade of life is full of transitions, decisions, and expectations. And all of it happens at a time when you are just beginning to get a sense of who you are and what you really want. […]

Foursquare Makes its Play For College Campuses

Full article posted over at HackCollege. Over the past year, popular location-based social network Foursquare has employed a number of tricks to get students in the habit of checking in around campus. Many schools partnered with the site to offer custom badges, tips for different buildings on campus, or even […]

Remember Freshman Year?

“How will I make new friends?” “Do I need to buy all these textbooks?” “Should I join a fraternity?” Sound familiar? These are only a few of the millions of questions running through a freshman’s mind. So, to answer them, College Magazine started a project entitled “#WishIHadKnownFreshmanYear.” They asked college […]

Time Management: Tips For Healthy College Living

Classes, study time, meal time, social time, it seems like the day does not have enough hours for it all! Time management is one of the most important aspects of making it through college and sustaining good grades. Sometimes it seems impossible to complete this important planning process, but here […]

NSCS Convention 2011: Exploring the Possibilities in Puerto Rico

Hello, Everyone! This is Joyce Broderson, President of the Argosy Online Chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.  I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the NSCS 2011 Convention, entitled “Your Passport to Possibilities!” First of all, there were several Chapter Officers on board the Air […]

Calling a Truce With Summer School

Growing up, “summer school” was the most unthinkable, blasphemous oxymoron I could wrap my head around.  Summer was for freedom, not, God forbid, learning. Summer was for melting popcicles and pools and mindless entertainment devoid of any hint of school year drudgery. Whenever an elementary school friend told me in […]