10 Most Corrupt College Athletic Programs

10 Most Corrupt College Athletic Programs

March 8th, 2011

The following programs are the most notorious repeat offenders, the blatant cheaters who always seem to have NCAA investigators breathing down their necks

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Top 10 Career-Ending Blunders of All Time

Top 10 Career-Ending Blunders of All Time

February 21st, 2011

Anyone who has spent significant time in the real world understands that one misstep can ruin a promising or even established career.

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10 Ways Nationwide Teacher Cuts Affect You

10 Ways Nationwide Teacher Cuts Affect You

February 20th, 2011

Whether or not you have a child in grades K-12, teacher cuts affect everyone in one way or another.

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10 Best Colleges for Aspiring Presidents

10 Best Colleges for Aspiring Presidents

February 15th, 2011

If you’re an aspiring U.S. president, you may need to be a little more selective than others when choosing your college.

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10 Things You Need to Know About Egypt

10 Things You Need to Know About Egypt

February 3rd, 2011

Many Westerners, if not most of them, greeted the news of the current Egyptian protests with a mixture of sympathy and confusion.

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Plan out Your Spring Break Early!

February 1st, 2011

It’s never too early in the year to start thinking about Spring Break. With a little advance planning it can truly be a trip to remember, but thrown together at the last minute your trip can be a complete flop. To get you started on your epic Spring Break adventure planning, we’ll explore some tips [...]

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Quick Tips on How to Study for an Online Class

January 30th, 2011

While one may think that studying for an online class is entirely different than studying for one at a brick-and-mortar institution, the truth of the matter is that traditional studying techniques work just as good for online exams. For example, setting a block of time to re-read notes and articles and staying on track with [...]

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How an Online Degree Program Can Help You Change Careers

January 28th, 2011

By Pamelia Brown While many students enroll in an online degree program in order to better their earning potential in their current career path, another group of students use online degree programs to help them gain new and different knowledge that could help them change their career. If you’re considering joining this second group, here [...]

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10 Movies That American History Buffs Love

10 Movies That American History Buffs Love

January 27th, 2011

In spite of its relative youth when compared to its myriad predecessors, the country boasts a rich, multicultural past packed with triumph, tragedy, victory and some world-shatteringly egregious mistakes.

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Be Careful What You Post on Blogs and Social Media Sites

January 26th, 2011

The use of social media and blogs is prevalent among college students, and these days you must be careful what you post online. Not only are debt collectors using information they find on social networks to try to ascertain a debt-dodger’s whereabouts, but college admissions officers have even taken applicants’ social networks into consideration when [...]

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