By Cassidy Leslie, University of Nevada Reno
Finally found that three-bedroom, two-bathroom, pet-friendly house of your dreams? Consider these pearls of renting wisdom before you do anything else.
After leading a sit-in at the university president’s office, the sophomore has already begun drawing up plans for next year.
According to new research in the ‘Scientific American,’ your professor’s suggestion to handwrite your notes has empirical backing.
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If you thought living in the dorms was hard, you have no idea.
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The College of Idaho student and lifelong athlete knew that if she created the team, members would come.
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Who knew three words could make or break your future career path?
Strong personal branding is a must-have for graduates whose resumes are a little light on workplace experience.
If you have a knack for time management, remote learning is your best friend.
Using his keen web-development skills, the Cal-Poly student is seeking new ways to benefit fellow classmates.
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Check out next semester’s course catalogue. You might just find your sense of place.
When you leave a tiny hometown to go to college in a big city, your new classmates will have questions for you. Lots of questions.
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