Monthly Archives: May 2013

Guard Your Gear: Protect Yourself from Theft

Unfortunately, everyone you meet in college and around town will not have your best interest at heart. Each year many students become victims of theft. Smartphones and laptops are prime targets for would-be campus thieves. Bikes, wallets, purses, and textbooks are … Continue reading

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Building Your Resume While in College

No matter what you plan to do following college, you will need a good, sound resume. Employers and graduate schools will want to see a pattern of experiences of increasing responsibility.  That means you need to begin building your resume … Continue reading

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Transportation

 thought it would be a good idea to talk about how you “get around” in a college town. Some freshmen show up with cars, some schools do not allow freshmen to have cars, some students get cars after being in … Continue reading

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What’s a Syllabus

In each class you take during college, you will be presented with a Syllabus. The exact content and format of the syllabus will vary based on the course, school, or professor. But there are some common characteristics all syllabi have … Continue reading

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Save Money on Books!

Books can be a major expense in college. However, there are a few things you can do to save money on textbooks. Here is just one example that helped me: HIT THE LIBRARY! I didn’t discover this until my Senior … Continue reading

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