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First Post: Life & Death- Freshman Year Reality Check

This post was originally written on December 30th, 2013 @ 1:03 a.m 

Once upon a time there was life and death. Now life, well everyone experiences that. 1,694 more words

Career

Are You Considering College? Read This Article Now!

So, you are a high school senior? It’s now time to spend time on applying to the college you want to go to. Make sure you carefully consider which school you choose. 288 more words

Education

Should I go to college?

Thinking of going to college entirely on student loans in the United States of America?

DON’T

Unless you are:

Back To School

Meet Our Scholarship Winners!

From left: Katie Lothrop, Bethany Cook, DCU President/CEO Dee Pennington and Makayla Young

Dallas Credit Union proudly presented three scholarships to achieving high school graduates this spring as part of its “Funding the Future” scholarship program. 128 more words

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What College Can’t Do and More on Ebola; 12-Aug-2014

The Newyorker has put its entire archives online which gives users access to some outstanding past articles. For today, the links have been provided by a reader of two recent Newyorker articles. 140 more words

Noteworthy Web Articles

WHY IT’S TIME TO START TALKING ABOUT STUDENT DEBT

It is impossible to have a conversation with a student about college without, at some point, discussing cost. It is a peculiarly ubiquitous phenomenon considering that, generally speaking, in this country, issues of money, along with politics and religion, are only spoken about in private, hushed tones. 1,052 more words

College

Does It Really Pay to Go to College?

Almost two thirds of 2013’s high school graduating class is attending college now. One of the key financial goals of many American families is to pay all or most of their children’s college costs. 1,390 more words

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