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Living with Assumptions

We often make assumptions when it comes to designing, modelling and taking decisions. Assumptions are made because sometimes we do not simply have credible data, complete information about the subject or deep enough a knowledge. 739 more words


Hints on how to dress professionally

Editor’s Note: Today Brittany, our former fashionable intern, addresses what business professional dress is.

Not sure exactly what business professional dress should be? There are many different opinions on how students should dress for class, career fairs, work and internships. 241 more words

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Writing Tip: "A," "An," and your Ear

 Writing Tip: “A,” “An,” and your Ear

When dealing with single-subject nouns, article-choice (“a” versus “an”) is determined by sound; as such, deciding between “a” and “an” can be an issue for native and non-native English-speakers alike. 288 more words

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Writing in the Workplace: Ben Morse, Paralegal

Welcome to the  very first “Writing in the Workplace.” This biweekly series will focus on how young professionals-in any field of work- use writing. If there are industries you’d like us to spotlight or you’re interested in being featured, we’re only a… 694 more words

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Advice From a High School Student On Creating A College List (College Mapper)

Selecting a college to put on your list can be hard. Choosing what city or what state can be even harder. I would know. I just went through the college selection and…

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College Planning

Tricks for Decoding the Thorniest Interview Questions (US News)

There’s more to an interview than just answering questions. In fact, often the answers you give are less important than the inferences that an interviewer makes from them.

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College Admissions