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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.

Teaching Generation Z: 10 Innovative Approaches to Learning
Generation Z is made up of device wielding students who know everything there is to know about technology. Growing up with a tablet in hand, these kids approach learning in a vastly different way than...
Working Students Facing Problems While in College
Independently of their background, any person attending to college or any other educational institution faces pitfalls, even more when he or she is a working student. The years that students spend in ...
Kofo Ajala5 months ago
Volunteering in Creative Spaces
One of my favourite pastimes has been engaging with creative spaces. Whether it's exhibitions, plays, or crying to Avengers: Infinity War, my university experience has been one seeping with different ...
Anika Willis5 months ago
Is America's Creativity Threatened?
What do an author and an inventor have in common—Brandon Mull, author of the Fablehaven and Beyonders series, and the Wright brothers? These people all have an innovation that we, as Americans, often ...
Madison Rheam5 months ago
Eliminate Animal Dissection
From 170 different species, millions of these helpless creatures are being dissected in schools each year. The American Anti-Vivisection Society states, in one year, over 12 million animals are used i...
Jedda Cain5 months ago
10 Questions You Are Too Afraid to Ask Your Teacher Regarding College Assignment (But You Should)
Can you identify the blunder that keeps you from scoring the best grades in your class? If you thought writing an assignment was the toughest part, then you are in for a surprise. Most of the time, yo...
Tiffany Harper5 months ago
How More Music, Theater, and Dance Boosts Students' Writing Scores
In psychology, art therapy is one of the most interesting approaches to diagnosing and treating mental health problems. Instead of relying on conventional treatments and medication, patients can creat...
Jailyn Guillory5 months ago
School Counselors
I'll never understand judging one persons thoughts on being sad. We all get depressed. There's no judgment in that. So if we all get depressed sometimes, why do we get pushed into categories about how...
Rich Monetti5 months ago
A Look Back at Fox Lane's App Development Team
Cutting Edge Westchester County Competition
Tiffany Harper5 months ago
How Does Technology Affect Student Writing? Pros and Cons
As a matter of fact, young people are prone to embracing IT gadgets faster than their parents, so we are now witnessing a genuine revolution in the field of education. Technology is influencing almost...
Siera Fregosi5 months ago
Small Group Communication: How to Be an Effective Leader
COLLEGE STUDENTS! You have tons of group projects which consists of projects that may require to have a leader in the group. If you are less dynamic and prefer to let the politics of the small group u...
Mac 783215 months ago
Learning Disabilities (Part Two)
After being in a battle with my Learning Disabilities through out my education, at the end of the day I am doing what I love. I'm a musician, I'm a drummer for a band, and I write and produce differen...
Rich Monetti5 months ago
Part II: Mt. Kisco Childcare Kids Doing Their Thing
The kids at Mt. Kisco Childcare are always up to something, and here's part two with Joey and Victoria.
Diamond B. Willis5 months ago
Raising Greatness
When my son started kindergarten my son was struggling, just like some of the other children in his class. I thought he was just nervous to be starting something so new. The first year of school jitte...
Mac 783215 months ago
Learning Disabilities
I'm a 23-year-old musician from Scotland. I've been through seven years of primary school, five years of high school and one year at university. I am currently unemployed—due to my disabilities, it is...
Rich Monetti5 months ago
Part I: Mt. Kisco Childcare Kids Doing Their Thing
The kids at Mt. Kisco Childcare are always up to something, and it's always worth knowing what that is. Here's the first in a series with Sienna and Sienna.
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Tobias Gillot5 months ago
How Students Can Make the Most Out of Spring Break
Vacations give students more than just the chance to relax after all the tests you spent weeks studying for. These week-plus breaks give you the time needed to prepare for future schoolwork, which red...
Cil Borlaza5 months ago
Confessions of a PhD Student
Does anyone remember slam books? Do you remember what you wrote under the "what is your ambition" question? I do. I wrote, "I want to be a scientist."