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Friendships Help College Students Succeed, Says New Book

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST A new book explains how different kinds of friendships help students succeed in college.

How Students Can Use Social Media to Research Target Colleges

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Social media can be used to learn more about a prospective college, says a SAT tutor.

Former Cornell University Admission Officer Says ‘Passion’ Will Make College Applications Stand Out

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST A former Ivy League university admissions officer says passions turned into assets makes any college application stand out.

Applying for College? Here Are Three Mistakes That Should be Avoided

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Here are three common mistakes that should be avoided while applying for college.

10 Best Universities That Offer Rolling Admissions

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Here are the 10 best universities that have ongoing admissions, according to a survey by U.S. News.

Technology In College Classrooms: Experts Weigh In

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Experts weigh in on the importance of technology in college classrooms.

New Jersey Department of Labor Program Helps Job- Seeekers Get Credentials Needed for Better Jobs

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Labor officials from New Jersey have launched a program to help job-seekers get the skills credentials they need for a better career.

UCLA Partners With InsideTrack to Provide Career Coaching to Alumni and Continuing Ed Students

Nov 14, 2016 AM EST UCLA now provides career coaching to alumni and continuing Ed students through a partnership with student success coaching provider InsideTrack.

CDC Finds Alarming Rise in STDs Among College-Age Youths

Nov 11, 2016 AM EST The CDC has discovered an alarming rise in STD prevalence in the U.S., particularly among youths aged 15-24.

University of Wisconsin Bans Nooses and Ropes From Events Following Disturbing Incident

Nov 11, 2016 AM EST The University of Wisconsin now considers nooses and ropes as weapons that 'consitute a threat to safety,' and is banning them from all of its events.

Want to Start Your Own Company While in College? Here Are Three Things To Consider

Nov 11, 2016 AM EST College is a great time to start your own business or company, but before you do that, here are three things to consider.

Hill Top Preparatory School's Unique Program Prepares Students with Autism for College

Nov 11, 2016 AM EST Hill Top Preparatory School's unique boarding program effectively prepares students with autism for college life by teaching them necessary social skills and graces.

Whitman College Officials Warn Students to be Vigilant Against Being Drugged

Nov 11, 2016 AM EST Following reports of symptoms of being drugged, Whitman College official warn students of suspicious behaviors and advises them to talk to authorities if they think they've been drugged.

Student Gets Suspended Over One Extra Chicken Nugget

Nov 11, 2016 AM EST A high school student was suspended for allegedly stealing an extra chicken nugget for lunch.

Kit Kat Guy: College Student’s Kit Kat Bar Gets Stolen from Car, Receives 6,500 Bars as Reward

Nov 08, 2016 AM EST A Kansas State University student received 6,500 bars of Kit Kat from the Hershey's company after a thief stole a Kit Kat that was left in his unlocked car's cupholder.

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