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How to Make it Through Online College as a Stay at Home Mom

Finding time to complete schoolwork when you’re the primary caregiver of a toddler can be tough. Here are my tips:

  1. If you don’t already drink coffee, start.
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Book Review: Grassroots for Hire

Title: Grassroots for Hire

Author: Edward T. Walker

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Copyright: 2014

ISBN13: 978-1-107-61901-2

Length: 282

Price: $32.99

Rating: 96%

I received a complimentary review copy of this book from the publisher. 785 more words

Book Reviews

U of Phoenix: A Possible Path for a Bio Degree

This morning (Sunday, before going to church), I was curious about the University of Phoenix, a major online university.  These kind of “adult” colleges have plenty to offer in business, nursing, criminal justice, and the like.  194 more words

Life Narratives

Ongoing Investigation: Corruption in Gotham City Police Department

JRN/360 – Week Two Assignment


GOTHAM CITY, N.Y. – Lt. Bruce Birkenstock and Sgt. Timothy Festus have been accused of corruption and allegedly killing a man to protect Anthony Santoni, one of Gotham City’s notorious crime bosses. 280 more words

Opinion: He For She, and she for he: feminism is about human rights

MONTREAL – The video of Emma Watson’s phenomenal speech at the United Nations for the campaign He For She has gone viral. I am hoping her message will continue to resonate in Montreal. 687 more words


What's the Value of a College Degree?

By William Eger

Earlier this month billionaire entrepreneur John Sperling died. His son, Peter, is in charge of John’s crowning accomplishment, the University of Phoenix, which finds itself struggling to survive. 259 more words

MOOCs In The News

Graduation 2014

September 14, 2014 I graduated the University of Phoenix, Jersey City Campus, NJ with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. The worst part is when others claim that online degrees “don’t count”, “aren’t real degrees”, “are easier to get”, “are easier to cheat on”, or “anyone can get one.” Here I thought the fact that I worked hard, went to campus classes, did my own homework, exams and finals and dedicated hours to my degree was why I earned my degree. 69 more words