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From balancing your course load to forging relationships with classmates to extracurricular involvement, these are the tried and true methods to nail your career as a student.

Amber Beaa day ago
'Un Told Storys of a Chilld Dylesixc'
“Th- The cat r-ran…up th-the tree.” Giggles filled the heavy classroom air as I began to read aloud. Grade two was the year I was diagnosed with dyslexia. My classmates were unforgiving and could not ...
Adam Graves4 days ago
Art Education
Throughout every walk of life we are told that art is the child of creativity. As a student, we know that this isn't true; anyone can be an artist. Art, as a child, is usually fun and full of freedom,...
Common Core State Standards
In 2009, state government officials pushed to develop the Common Core State Standards. These standards aimed to prepare all students, regardless of economic status or location, to be productive member...
Lauren Keplinger11 days ago
Managing Homework
Do you ever feel bombarded with homework, like there is no way you're going to get it all done? I'm going to be sharing a few tips and tricks that I've learned over the years so that maybe... just MAY...
The All Important Interview
Hello my lovelies, Continuing from my last story I'm going to talk about the process of my University application and how I got my ticket to London. As soon as it came to applying to universities I kn...
Jayne Wilson16 days ago
Why I Want an Education
We all go through life differently in terms of how we're brought up. Some of us had parents who were very supportive and wouldn't stop at anything for their offspring to succeed or be happy. Some had ...
Chris Johnston18 days ago
How I Learned More From a Student's Question Than Any Book or Class
A Nostalgic Trip Last week I had the overwhelming honour, and honest pleasure of attending a lecture at my not-so-distant, beloved University of Sussex. However, I was no longer a student of the Unive...
Bullying!
Bullying is the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate, or aggressively dominate others. The behavior is often repeated and habitual. One essential prerequisite is the perception, by t...
Katie Schmidt18 days ago
Stay In School, Kids!
This is a story I don't really like to share, but it's one I've wanted to share publicly for a while. I figure I'll never be a public speaker, so sharing my written story is my best shot at getting my...
Davona Dorsey20 days ago
2018
Wow thinking about the day I graduate will meet it terms. I was sitting in math one day, looking out the window thinking, "This is my last year in Highschool!". I'm still struggling on what I've overc...
Liz Hutch22 days ago
First Time for Everything
My first semester as a college student is coming to an end and I thought it might be a good time for some reflection. As a first time college student I got my first job and my first bank account, and ...
Adrianna Wagoner24 days ago
The Key to Confidence Lies in Words
The blanket of snow that covered Alaska’s towns gave off an isolating affect to its inhabitants. As a result, I grew up being extremely shy for a child and always felt anxious when holding conversatio...
Justina Deardoffa month ago
On How I Found My Voice
The semester is over. I’ve finally had time to sit and think to myself, to lie down on a carpet that has seen one too many spilled beverages and sexual passes, and absorb what my tired brain has come ...
Studies Beyond Borders
If you are anything like me, you are seeking new places to go and new knowledge to get. Eventually, I found myself ready to move to another country to study. More than million miles away from home, ne...
No Child Left Behind
Looking at the budget of the 2017 School Year, I came across something interesting. Did you know that 2017's budget is $69.4 billion dollars in discresionary funding, and $139.7 billion in mandatory f...
The Nobody Who Became a Writer
My school experience as a child was the pits and not from peaches. My ‘wealthy’ cousins began the tumultuous experience, and the drunk, insensitive, and completely obscene ‘teacher’ perpetuated it, an...
Zoee Stephensa month ago
Sculptures Made from Others
“I am a sculpture I am molded by the events and people in my life. My outlook on life is formed by those who make the most impact on me. My views, beliefs and passions are shaped by how I choose to li...