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Many of us are uncomfortable with change. In fact, we like getting into routines to the point where they become habits.
When used in the right way, social media can actually enhance your educational experience. Avoid using it as a time-waster, and instead, use it as a tool.
Commas, colons, semicolons….Oh, my!
There is something new in each day. You just may not realize it.
Whether you’re going into business or healthcare, the ability to communicate clearly in all situations can help you achieve your goals
Forget Revenge of the Nerds. With all the lawsuits against companies like Fox Searchlight and Conde Nast, it has become revenge of the unpaid interns.
There is no way to completely avoid stress, but you can maneuver through each challenge.
You are perfectly capable of doing well in your college math class—just don’t let your fears get the best of you!
Students can sometimes benefit from a study ritual if they are struggling to come up with other ideas to help them focus.
LinkedIn is different from other traditional social media sites. There’s an etiquette you must keep for it to work.
Working students can help their stress levels by finding jobs that are flexible and that pay well.
The creativity you use every day in your career will change your life. How?
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