There are some things that are off limits at particular colleges. Some schools have restrictions regarding residence life, others regarding academics. At St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., don’t bring up TV’s “The Golden Girls” or you’re going to get … Continue reading
Category Archives: School of the Week
There are five ways humans learn things: verbal (putting things into a language), visual (making pictures of things in your head), tactile (having to touch things), kinesthetics (needing to manipulate things), and aural (remembering anything ever said or heard). Of … Continue reading
We here at College Prowler read about a lot of schools across the country, and some of them have very unique policies in regards to everything from drugs to laundry. Some students view the policies as strict, others as just … Continue reading
A user submitted this photo of the city his or her college is in. Can you guess what city it is? Here are three hints: In 2008, this city was ranked the fifth best city for the outdoors by Forbes. … Continue reading
Today is Arbor Day, a day celebrated in honor of trees. If you are a tree-friendly person, you may want to consider some of these schools, in cities that have been designated a “Tree City USA” by the Arbor Day … Continue reading
If you need a hilarious pick-me-up on your Friday, check out this video from the University of Dayton.
Have you ever had Pac Man Fever? The students at the University of Dayton appear to have a serious case of the Wakas in this user video of students dressing up and acting out like the famous video game character … Continue reading
Imagine horseplay actually being a part of the college curriculum. At the University of Findlay in Findlay, Ohio (about 40 miles outside of Toledo), it’s a reality, with the equestrian studies program. Students have the option of gaining professional skills … 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
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