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Celebrity Geniuses: Who Knew?

Written by Mike Hernandez

Monday, February 24th, 2014

Don’t let looks fool you; there are many celebrities that are smarter than they look. Unlike looking book-smart with a pair of geek glasses, genius is defined as an IQ of 140 and up. Adding to the neurosurgeons, research scientists …

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The Top Ten Most Expensive College States: An Infographic

Written by Mike Hernandez

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

USA College Costs

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5 Online Education Trends Worth Knowing About

Written by Mike Hernandez

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

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Although online education has been available for quite some time now, new trends continue to emerge that reshape its delivery, impact and access. Social-cultural changes, technology and educational philosophy all play a role in new trends to further develop the …

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Don’t let your schooling interfere with your education

Written by Jeremy Kaplan

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

mark twain education quote

As a beginning freshman student, you were perhaps a bit apprehensive about the next few years of your life, and uncertain about where it would all lead. Few college students have a clear path mapped out to take them directly …

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Perfecting Writing Skills Will Serve You Well

Written by Mike Hernandez

Monday, January 27th, 2014

Poor writing kid texting

 

Composition may not be emphasized as much in school today as in the past, but writing skills are still a prime determinant of success, both in school and in your career. The ability to communicate – particularly the ability …

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5 Dorm-Friendly Recipes

Written by Mike Hernandez

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

We all know that cooking in college can be a real inconvenience. Most recipes don’t take into consideration the fact that you have very limited ingredients, a low budget, and a small, shared kitchen at best. Here are five recipes …

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Host Your Own Edit-a-Thon

Written by Jeremy Kaplan

Saturday, January 11th, 2014

Wikipedia Logo

Today’s technology makes information retrieval virtually limitless. One of the most popular ways to find out about something or someone is to go to Wikipedia. While some of the information on Wikipedia is accurate, there are many instances where users …

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6 Ways To Combat Sicknesses On Your College Campus

Written by Jeremy Kaplan

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

cartoon sick

From a purely anthropological point of view, college can be seen as a huge petri dish – lots of people from diverse backgrounds, cultures and interests, all mingling together to create an interesting concoction. But from a purely biological point …

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Social Media In Education: Teach It!

Written by Mike Hernandez

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

Social Media in Education

As technologies grow and shift, so does the use of technology. As educators shape the inquisitive minds of the future, those minds remain up to date on the latest trends in computers and software, which means that educators need to …

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5 Great Education Apps

Written by Mike Hernandez

Monday, December 30th, 2013

There are tons of apps on the market designed to enhance the educational experience for students, teachers and parents, but there are a few that stand out above the crowd. According to eSchool News, these have made the cut …

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