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Money Monday: Save during college

By Natalie Decker    The concept of convenience has changed and been construed over time to poison the minds of the people, turned around to simplify the already simplest of tasks. When did it become too taxing to wash a…

What you need to cook in college

By Elliot Kantor Cooking homemade meals in college can be a rewarding, comforting experience away from home. While it’s more effort than eating at a dining hall, it has a few circumstantial advantages. Some dining plans may not include three…

Graduation statistics

By Jeremiah Pacheco    Once you’ve completed your four years of high school, you come to the next chapter in your life. What are you going to do for the rest of your it? Whether it’s engineering, teaching, coaching, or business,…

The full story behind college dropouts- and how to avoid becoming one

By Zach Young    With the commencement of high school for most seniors on the horizon, students are now looking syllabus week dead in the eyes. The stress and worry about the arrival to a new, unfamiliar scene is insurmountably coming…

How to start managing your money now

By Jack Landis    As the Class of 2020 graduates high school, in a virtual sense, they begin the transition from childhood to adulthood as so many have done before. And one of the most important qualities of that coveted adult…

Why exercise is all the more important in college

By Evan Fleischer    High School athletics are an essential factor in any student’s lifestyle through their four years. Whether it’s an individual sport or a group-focused sport, students choose to spend hours of practice in hopes of improving their craft….

Colleges and COVID

By Daria Mihaila This story has been updated    In the span of roughly two weeks, the American education system has transformed. College campuses are closed and classes are now held online, dorms are empty across the country, and the money…