Budget Hacks for College Life February 01, 2017 To: Study
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Most of us do not have a “free ride” during college. Free rides are full scholarships with additional money for personal expenses or parents who are able to foot the tuition/board fees and provide additional funds for living expenses. No, most college students are on loans and grants, and are holding down part-time jobs to fund their other expenses.

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The All Nighter: Things You Need in Your ‘Tool Box’ January 31, 2017 To: Study
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At some point in time, even the most well intentioned student with the best study habits will need to pull an all nighter. When work, social time, and other classes conflict with your ability to finish that big assignment, there is sometimes no choice but to stay up all night and get things done.

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The College Research Paper: A Survivors Guide January 31, 2017 To: Study
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You’ve seen them on campus. They show up to morning classes, eyes glazed, hair disheveled, and wearing whatever they slept in. You see them in the library, late at night with empty cans of Redbull next to their laptops. They are the students who are in research paper purgatory, and soon you will become one of them… ...Or not! You could check out this research paper survivors guide instead.

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Why Some College Students Blog (And Why You Should Too) January 31, 2017 To: Study
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College students are given lots of advice. Much of it has to do with taking the right courses to be marketable to specific niches; some has to do with getting responsible on social media to avoid embarrassment later on; and other advice relates to preparation for job fairs, applications, and interview skills once that senior year is reached.

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