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What's in a name?

I’ve touched on this subject in the past, yet every year around this time, it seems to roll around again. So as the end of 2016 approaches, let’s re-visit two of the main descriptive terms for equine-related educational experiences you might encounter and what they mean in context with your own personal college and educational search: 887 more words

College Equestrian

Are College Degrees Just a Check in the Box?

Yesterday, I found out that one of my coworkers has been writing essays and taking entire classes for one of our peers who’s pursuing an M.A. 236 more words

Art And Life Collide

Is campus education important?

During their high school career, most students may have began to question the importance of a campus education. They might have found themselves asking, “Why is it important to go to campus?” The answer is that, more than ever, attending college provides opportunities for graduates which are not as widespread to those who have not received a higher education. 454 more words

Been a few years since graduation?  Time to up your game!

They say a college degree has a shelf life of about 5 years.  Ready to game up?  While time on the job teaches you much by way of experience, taking some extra courses or even mini-courses can really help you keep pace with the fast changing world we live in. 111 more words


Hillary Clinton and the Populist Revolt - The New Yorker - pt. 3

I didn’t know that Hillary got it. So much of the Democratic Party is so concerned with political correctness that they can’t admit the truth. 207 more words

The Future

"Here's your diploma, now get the f*ck out!"

Dropped on your head, like a child falling from their Mother’s arms after four years of coddling and comfort

Dazed doesn’t event begin to accurately sum up the… 198 more words


The American Dream

My father loved Louis Armstrong, Elvis Presley, and the American Dream. Crossing the Atlantic in the early 1950’s from Denmark to North Carolina, he soon wrote to his sweetheart back home to come over to God’s own country and get married. 239 more words