Can’t Afford to Work for Free: How Low-Income Students Can Engage in Meaningful Experiences

Can’t Afford to Work for Free: How Low-Income Students Can Engage in Meaningful Experiences

ShareA couple of weeks ago, David Hyde, a United Nations (UN) intern from New Zealand, received worldwide media attention when he resorted to living in…

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This Week in College

This Week in College

ShareIs Washington & Lee manipulating its application data to appear more competitive? At the University of Alabama, a number of  traditionally white sororites have finally…

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Get a Head Start with a Pre-College Program

Get a Head Start with a Pre-College Program

ShareDuring my first college visit, at Marist College during my junior year of high school, one part of the otherwise boring presentation that stuck out…

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The Crooked Path

The Crooked Path

ShareOver four hundred days have passed since I plunged myself into life’s most suffocating contractual agreement: early decision. Now, I’m a year-and-a-half wiser, eighty-two weeks…

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Commuting to College From Home

Commuting to College From Home

ShareSo you’re going to a school that’s a 15-20 minute drive from your house. That’s nice. But now you are faced with a decision: to…

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