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reviewed Extreme College 101. September 28, 2013
Extreme College 101
You have been working for the past several years. You feel that now is the time to get, or finish getting, your college degree. Is there any way to get college credit for what you have already learned, …
reviewed Intern Nation: How to Earn Nothing an.... September 26, 2011
Intern Nation: How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy
It is a subject I had never really thought much about before. On the surface the idea of a college student or a recent college graduate serving a short internship as a means to gain meaningful experience, …
reviewed Dual Enrollment. January 23, 2011
Dual Enrollment
   As a homeschooling family, we have opted to have our high-school age children dual enroll at our local community colleges.  While some homeschooling families might consider this a non-option …
reviewed Plaid. December 08, 2010
Plaid Shirts
Vintage plaid and flannel is in when it comes to winter wear and this isn't the early 90′s, grunge flannel. This is cute, cozy and eye catching flannel!      Eastland has …
reviewed The Secrets of College Success. September 26, 2010
The Secrets of College Success
The Secrets of College Success: Over 600 Tips & Tricks Revealed by Lynn F. Jacobs and Jeremy S. Hyman is a book full of success strategies and tips for college by to award winning professors.  …
posted a Quick Tip about Dean Scheibel. July 14, 2010
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Dean Scheibel
You have any problem whatsoever with registration or classes, go directly to Prof. Scheibel. He'll get anything done for you even if he has to bend some rules. But be expected to go to his office having …
reviewed Living at Home. June 13, 2010
Living at Home
After I decided San Francisco was not the city for me, I moved home after my first year of college there at San Francisco State University. At first I was terrified to move back in with my parents, for …
posted a Quick Tip about The Underground History of American E.... May 24, 2010
Underground History of American Education
An eye opener! You'll never view public education the same way again! It will answer many questions about why public school is what it is.
DIY U: Edupunks, Edupreneurs, and the Coming
Everyone says they want a college education but fewer people in the US have a real chance of getting one. And why do young people want that college degree? Because they've been repeatedly told they need …
reviewed Spring Break. April 15, 2010
Spring Break
Growing up in California and going to College in Arizona meant frequent trips to border towns in Mexico.  I even lived and worked in one of Mexico's tourist towns during one summer of college.  …
reviewed Plaid. April 01, 2010
Plaid Shirts
I'd have to thank Mary-Kate Olsen and her NYU days to CollegeFashionista love for plaid. It wasn't until MK was running around Manhattan in oversized plaids, half way buttoned, with loads of gold necklaces, …
reviewed Dual Enrollment. February 05, 2010
Dual Enrollment
Every college has different rules and different names for dual enrollment programs but they are prevalent throughout the nation. Some colleges offer several hours of tuition free classes and cut the fees …
posted a Quick Tip about College in Adulthood. January 29, 2010
Going Back to College
10 tips on going back to college. - It was the best decision that I ever made for myself and my family.
reviewed College in Adulthood. January 29, 2010
Going Back to College
As a person who returned to school at age 35, with three teenagers, worked a full-time job and earned a physics degree, I understand what it’s like for the older student who chooses to go back to …
reviewed Chegg.com. January 22, 2010
     College students know the drill. Schools charge you over a hundred dollars for a textbook, then come out with a new edition the following year, making your edition of the textbook …
reviewed The Clybourne. December 03, 2009
Before '09: Terrible on the senses, packed, overpriced cover.    Now: Nice on the senses, packed, overpriced cover. Clybourne's has been on a streak of hotness ever since it re-opened to crowds …
reviewed Stanford University. November 25, 2009
Stanford University Seal
i think its a good one even tough i havent studied there
reviewed 'In Defense of the SAT', a Newsweek a.... September 19, 2009
'In Defense of the SAT', a Newsweek article
In every state, the federal government requires some test to determine whether seniors are ready to graduate. In Maine, the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) is used as that test. This decision has been …
reviewed Theoretical Perspectives on College S.... May 25, 2009
Theoretical Perspectives on College Students
This collection of articles has some shining moments, but lacks some other articles that I think are important to the impact of college on students. There are 34 articles divided into five sections: the …
reviewed ASHE Reader on College Student Develo.... May 25, 2009
ASHE Reader on College Student Development Theory
This ASHE Reader is a nice compilation of various theories on college student development. Anyone looking for the fundamental theories should start here. This review will provide a quick overview of the …
reviewed Destination ImagiNation. May 09, 2009
     Destination Imagination is an exciting, challenging program for all participants. It is usually available through schools who offer it as an enrichment for select students, usually coached by a teacher …
reviewed The Chosen: The Hidden History of Adm.... April 30, 2009
The Chosen: The Hidden History of Admission and
Karabel has created a massive tome of information surrounding the history of Harvard, Yale, and Princeton since the early 1900s. His account is very well researched and provides ample documentation to …
reviewed Endicott College. March 05, 2009
Endicott College Tupper hall
It is hard to think of anything I did not like about my education experience at Endicott College. I enjoyed every moment of it, from the all-nighters doing design studio work at the cafe to the Art at …
reviewed The Underground History of American E.... March 04, 2009
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Underground History of American Education
Have you recently had a conversation with an average twelve or fifteen year old who spends a good part of his day in a public school? Even better, have you heard the conversations of children that age …
reviewed An Absolute Gentleman. January 10, 2009
An Absolute Gentleman R.M. Kinder
When Arthur Blume accepts a creative writing position in Mason, Missouri, the fifty-year-old has not published anything of significance since his twenties, his future tenure at Mason dependent upon academic …
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