September 11, 2012

Students: Earn Money with Freelance Writing!

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Looking for a way to make some extra money while you’re in school? How many papers do you have to write this week? Only two? Want to make it three? What if you could earn an extra $50 for writing an extra paper? No, we would never suggest that you cheat! But did you know [...]

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August 20, 2012

Cheap College Food

At the start of every fall semester or quarter, most students have a pocket full of money, dreams of straight “A”s and the best year of their life.  However, as soon as you pay moving expenses, get your books, clothes, supplies and the hidden school expenses, you’re already having to start watching your coins. We [...]

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August 17, 2012

Colleges and Social Media

College students and social media are synonymous.  After all, Facebook, the “King” of social medias, was invented by a college GEEK. So it’s no wonder that their most famous dropout helped put Harvard in the  number one spot as the Top Social Media College according to Student Advisor. University of Kentucky took the number 7 spot because [...]

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August 8, 2012

Moving and Storage for College Students – Guest Post

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Getting out on your own and going to college is exciting. It is a time to take claim to your independence and be your own person, separate from your family, which means all your stuff is now your responsibility. More often than not college students are responsible for taking all of their furniture and belongings [...]

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July 31, 2012

Back To School 2012

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It’s hard to believe that it’s time to go back to school.  Some schools and Universities are starting back within the next couple of weeks.  We might as well save a little money when we can.  Here are a few tips for you. School Supplies The experts say to shop early and shop often.   [...]

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May 3, 2012

Sail Through Finals with these Five Tips

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Study habits. We all have them, but there are five that can help you study faster, retain more information and feel less stressed about your finals this semester. If you have questions or need more info on effective study techniques, join us on Facebook May 4th at 3:30 Central. Our guest, Alex Weiner, owner of [...]

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April 25, 2012

Guest Blog – Social Studies Has a Whole New Meaning for This Generation

Students today have access to an unprecedented amount of information. Between search engines, social networking and mobile devices, there’s more information available than anyone could process in a lifetime. Trying to make sense of this flood of information can be daunting, however, and when you couple that with the often-hectic lifestyle of a college student, [...]

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April 9, 2012

7 Free Mobile Apps for College Students

Are you a college student trying to balance so many things on your plate that some are about to fall off? If so, you probably wonder how you are supposed to stay on top of everything without going insane. Help is on the way. Check out these free iPhone apps. Their usefulness may surprise you.

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April 4, 2012

The Top 10 Questions Every Student Should Ask About School Grants

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Regardless of whether you are a high school senior looking to obtain suitable training and education before entering the workforce, or an adult who is currently employed but wants to train for a better job, this primer on school grants will hold you in good stead. With that said, let’s not waste any more time; [...]

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March 30, 2012

The Hunger Games vs Running Man

The Hunger Games is one of the most exciting movies of the year.  It’s certain to win lots of awards.  Have you seen it yet?  It reminds us a lot of a 1987 movie, The Running Man. According to YouTube “Every year in the ruins of what was once North America, the evil Capitol of [...]

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