Sam The Student:  Dropping a Class

Sam The Student: Dropping a Class

How do you know when to drop a class?
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Hungover and Regretful

Hungover and Regretful

There was a party on the weekend and I drank a lot. I also smoked some weed. I don’t remember much of what happened, but I think I had sex with a guy.
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Sam The Student #2:  Poor and In Debt

Sam The Student #2: Poor and In Debt

"Dear Sam the Student: I don’t come from a rich family and I had to borrow tens of thousands of dollars to go to college. But now that I’m halfway through, I’ve already reached $30,000 and I don’t know if I can afford to keep going."
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University Stalwarts That Won’t Be Seen in the Future

University Stalwarts That Won’t Be Seen in the Future

When the word “university” is said, it brings certain images to mind. But as academic institutions surge into the future, more and more of those long-time images are being cast aside in favor of new ones. Wonder what’s disappearing?
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CNN Report Shows College Athletes are Barely Literate

CNN Report Shows College Athletes are Barely Literate

A recent CNN investigation has found that some college athletes are in a unique situation where they look, act and play like adults, but possess child-like reading skills, or even none at all. How did this divide happen?
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Dear Student Sam

Dear Student Sam

I’m a junior at an Ivy League college, and freaking out about internships. It seems like all my friends have one and I’m worried about not getting one, but I just don’t know how I can manage it. I don’t come from a rich family, I took out loans to pay for school, and I have a part-time job on the side. How am I supposed to balance all that and find the time to work an internship, especially if it’s unpaid?
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Best and Worst of American Colleges and Universities in 2013

Best and Worst of American Colleges and Universities in 2013

With 2013 just about at a close, here’s a look back at the highs and lows of being a student at one of America’s colleges or universities.
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Studying Abroad Helps Students Become More Enriched

Studying Abroad Helps Students Become More Enriched

Heading to a different city, country or continent for a semester or a year isn’t just a way for students to take a break from college life, it’s what they’re doing to get ahead. Here’s how.
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How Can College Be More Affordable?

How Can College Be More Affordable?

The debate over how financially accessible college is in today’s age continues, with Inside Higher Ed, Gallup and US News presenting a dichotomy of views.
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American Schools and Foreign Partnerships

American Schools and Foreign Partnerships

The New York Times recently ran an article talking about cultural divides when American colleges and universities enter into partnerships with Asian academic institutions. But how much should one country’s ideals remain in another’s halfway around the world?
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