Check out this infographic on study skills from Boundless. Where do you fall? Are you Old School? Medium Maven? Or Digi-Genius?
Category Archives: Freshman Year
If you’re looking for a school where you can live out your fantasies of being Harry Potter or Hermione Granger, you may want to check out Tennessee Technological University. Students have a Quidditch club at the school. In this user … Continue reading
Whisper, the app and website dedicated to public secrets, has a lot of high school and college students sharing confessions. Sometimes they pertain to hottest guys and girls on campuses; othertimes, they are more academic. Partnered with the website and … Continue reading
This Zinch post features guest blogger Carol Barash, Ph.D., the founder and CEO of Story To College. A global education company that teaches courses in schools and online, Story To College has empowered over 5,600 students to complete successful college … Continue reading
What’s your most conducive environment for absorbing information? Where do you get the most schoolwork completed? At Daemen College in Amherst, N.Y., the third floor of the library has comfy chairs, where you can relax and read. Be careful, though: … Continue reading
Spring is here, and the flowers are in bloom at the University of Washington. What’s your favorite thing about the season?
During freshman orientation in the summer of 2012, the University of Pittsburgh did something very unique to get students acclimated: The institution had them set a world record. In honor of Gene Kelly’s 100th birthday (Kelly being a Pitt alum), … Continue reading
One of the most exciting aspects of college is the idea of being thrown together with a new group of people, some of which may be very attractive. But across the country, college guys and girls are catching each other’s … Continue reading
Up until now, essay writing has been boring and painful—all about no-no’s and sandwich structure. Truth is, this kind of writing is just as boring to read as it is to write, and frankly, it’s just bad. If you want … Continue reading
At Eckerd College, you can find peace from the stress of studying right outside your door, as shown in this user-submitted photo of a sunset.<br. Is weather a factor in your college search? Do you think you could concentrate at … Continue reading