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WATCH: Why are fewer students enrolling in journalism schools?


Enrollment in journalism schools has decreased over the past two years, according to a study conducted at the University of Georgia.

This is the first time enrollment has decreased consecutively in the past 20 years. 263 more words


The Young & The Clueless: Declaring A College Major

Years ago, a student told me with confidence that she intended on becoming a pharmacist. She truly loved math and science and was the kind of student who would geek out over Calculus. 837 more words

High School

The astounding boom in undergrad business education

(Poets&Quants) — Carmel Berhanu had good reason to be anxious when she submitted her application to the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce, one of the top undergraduate business programs in the country. 1,125 more words



Every morning I stretch my muscles under my white comforter feeling the coolness of the sheets where I hadn’t slept and the warmth of where I was curled up all night. 457 more words


Smart Thinking About College Costs

How can parents determine whether a particular college or university will be a sound investment in their child’s future?

While considering ranking, prestige, location, programs, and other key factors, we always look also at two key statistics, available in The Fiske Guide To Colleges or from the colleges themselves: What percentage of freshmen return for the sophomore year? 306 more words

12th Grade

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© 2014 Earl L. Haehl: Permission is given to use this article in whole or in part as long as credit is given. Book rights are reserved.

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Infographic: The More Female Dominated A College Major Is, The Lower The Average IQ

A research assistant at Michigan State University, Randal Olson, analyzes interesting data as a hobby. This week he made a visualization of a recent survey from the Educational Testing Service (the people who make things like the SATs and GRE) that reported the average IQ of college majors based on the tests they’ve administered. 182 more words