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Best Apps For Your Education

Did you know that thirty-eight percent of college students cannot go more than 10 minutes without technology, according to a study conducted by CourseSmart and Wakefield Research. Seventy-three percent said they would not be able to study without any form of technology. Education has transformed drastically. More students take online courses and a lot of… Read more

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Choosing the Right College

With so many different colleges out there to choose from, it can be a big task trying to determine which one is the best pick. Many times,the  popularity of a college or its placement on the annual U.S. News & Ranking can make a college seem like a great choice, but there are a lot of different… Read more


The Importance of an Internship

As a college student looking forward to a career in competitive fields, we hear about the invaluable experience and opportunity of internships. In order to prepare for a future in your post-grad life, you need to know some things about the work pertaining to your field. Internships give you hands-on experience as well as unique… Read more

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Latina Professionals in STEM

The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields exist all around us, from the gravity that keeps our feet on the ground, to the way our cells are working inside our bodies. STEM fields contribute to all sorts of inventions that help in everyday life, and bring about new discoveries in our knowledge of our… Read more

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Packing for College

Ah, the dorm life! A new room, a new roommate and, most importantly, a place to call your own. Whehter it’s your first time moving out or returning back to campus for the second year, prepping and decorating your dorm room is a pretty big deal — especially if the dorm is in another city… Read more


FAFSA: Myth VS Reality

Every new year along with holiday celebrations and family gatherings, students getting ready to go to college set aside time to fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Federal Student Aid consists of government loans and grants (free money) that are given to students who decided to pursue higher education. Yet many… Read more


Scholarship Tips

Looking into the future can be daunting, but not knowing how to pay for that future is even more disheartening. Don’t stress after you realize you probably won’t be able to pay for college out of your own pocket, or if you need extra money to study abroad while in college. There are scholarships for… Read more


Beyond High School Years

School, besides being a place to make new friends, helps develop worthwhile habits that are useful for your future plans. To know what you want to be later in life, you may have to analyze who you are now, your strengths, weaknesses, talents, and interests. Someone very wise once said, “If you love your job, you… Read more

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Latinas In Higher Education

written by Areli Gonzalez with contributions from the Latinitas Editor Since the beginning of the Chicano movement in the late 1960s and during 1970s, there has been an increase in Latino women acquiring education. Sadly, up to this day there are still many women that drop out of college or do not enter into higher education…. Read more

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The Perks of Going to College

After about fourteen years of school, we’re all thinking the same thing: I’m done with school! Homework, lectures, tests, quizzes; they’re all just things we never want to hear about again. It seems like our days of studying for tests and finishing up homework we procrastinated to start are never-ending and, as seniors in high… Read more

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