On-campus jobs are always in demand. It seems that no matter how big the college town, it just can’t seem to handle the huge amount of students who are looking for a little bit of extra cash—go figure. But starting a job as soon as you step foot on campus may end up being a bigger stressor and distraction than it should be. Keep reading for the pros and cons of working first-semester.
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SocioClean helps students (and parents) clean up their social networking identities and monitors them in order to prevent uncomfortable situations.
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Rutgers University finds themselves in the hot seat once again as a highly-publicized suicide leads to further legal woes.
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More and more kids are making use of their college counseling centers these days, but is that a good thing or just a sign of the times?
Angry students are taking to the streets of London to protest the rising cost of college.
Are you applying to an Ivy League school in the next few weeks? Our Harvard blogger is back with some helpful tips on what you need to do to increase your chances of getting an acceptance letter.
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