College costs can be pretty intimidating. But if you have your heart set on one particularly expensive school, you shouldn’t necessarily let it stand in the way of your education. There are ways students can cut costs. GoEnnounce offers 3 … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2013
Students are popping the college bubble and revealing their Most Easily Accessible College Towns on Whisper.
Most campuses exist under a “campus bubble.” Not necessarily a physical one like that of the CBS show “Under the Dome,” but an invisible one that puts students in the mindset that their campus is a little world of its … Continue reading
During your K-through-12 years, you may have been assigned summer reading at some point (Ahhh, Moby Dick by Herman Melville). But in college, it may be no different, as some universities also assign students reading over the summer. Noodle Education … Continue reading
According to a 2012 New York Times’ “The Choice” blog piece, many colleges are seeing record-number, double-digit increases in Early Decision and Early Action applicants. Is early admissions right for you? For students who want to get a leg up … Continue reading
This Dormify piece is post 3 in a series of 3. Last, but certainly not least, we’re here to discuss the best part about moving: the finishing touches! Sometimes, the little things can end up being your favorite thing of … Continue reading
It’s National Dog Day, and in honor of the occasion, we’ve gone to the dogs—highlighting Bergin University of Canine Studies, the “only accredited academic institution in the world solely dedicated to advanced canine education and research.” Here are 5 cool … Continue reading
Enduring the final year of high school feels a lot like composing the last few brush strokes on a giant mural painting, taking the last few steps of a marathon, or connecting the final Lego pieces of a Millennium Falcon … Continue reading
Beloit College releases its annual Mindset list, one of the coolest tools to track class generations.
Beloit College in Beloit, Wis. has released its Mindset List every year since the class of 2002. What is the Mindset List? It’s a list created to remind faculty and the general public of the limited and particular range of … Continue reading
Welcome, freshmen! Students take to Whisper to sound off on what it’s like to be surrounded by frosh.
In the coming weeks, thousands of freshmen will be entering college for the first time, meaning thousands of students will be fish out of water, flopping around in new surroundings. Freshmen will face the challenges of moving in (You want … Continue reading
Time to hit the books! We’ve surveyed thousands of college students about textbooks and wanted to share some of the cool feedback we gained on getting books for college. To see the full breakdown of responses and share your opinion, … Continue reading