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Featured Blog Posts
- College Becomes a Little More Affordable in Washington State
College has been called everything from a necessary component of the American dream to the great unleveler, but it almost doesn’t matter to foreign students. No matter if they come from England or Eritrea, they’re subject to sky-high tuition under the “international” label. Tennessee and Oregon wanted to change that, and now Washington is following suit.
- Off or On Campus Housing
I chose this week’s letters because they so similarly mirrored each other, with one student wanting to move onto campus and the other interested in the opposite
- Sam The Student: Going Abroad
Even now, in college, I’m at a state school and living at home because it’s so close. And it sounds silly, but I’m nervous about flaming out once I get there, and then feeling homesick all the time when it’s supposed to be half-school, half-adventure.
- Networking with Professors: The New Way of the Future
Your college years may seem like a means to an end, but it’s much more than that: it’s two to four years of low-key training for life in the so-called “real world” where who you know matters more than what you know.
- Easiest College Majors
In the last article, we took a look at the five most demanding college majors based on number of study hours per week, average GPAs, and the amount of work involved. Today, going to the other end of the spectrum, we’ll survey the five easiest majors that, for better or for worse, make college seem like a cakewalk.
- Most Demanding College Majors
For some students, deciding what to major in can come down to two equally appealing courses, with the make-or-break decision factoring in the hardness of the major. Here are the most difficult majors, calculated by average GPA, number of study hours per week, and tuition.