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College education is worth it if students take responsibility

Frequently viewed as the next step after high school, college can be an important experience in a young person’s life. As more students become eligible to attend college, college education, one of the priorities of this country, has become a common debate topic among students, parents, and other stakeholders. 1,058 more words


Lehigh Valley Vanguard LIVE ON AIR Episode 23

Tune in to episode 23 of Lehigh Valley Vanguard LIVE ON AIR where Holly Wood joins me on the show for the third time.

I enjoyed discussing Democratic Socialism, the role of the activist, importance of a college education, and our backgrounds.

A Seat at the Table

I kept hearing the number 6. I was sitting in the cafeteria of my university and this guy kept saying something about the number 6. My assumption was he was complaining about the price of the burger, which was 6 dollars extra, but he wasn’t. 1,024 more words

College & Education

My love of books, my ancestors, and the future of education

I’m a book nerd. I think I actually have been I my entire life. My mother tells me stories about how even before I could read I still thought books were magical. 372 more words

College & Education

Luis Alfredo Baena Riviere - Benefits Of A College Education

Luis Alfredo Baena Riviere attended college and earned several degrees. He is proud of his education and worked hard to earn his degrees. Because his education helps him with so many different aspects of his life, he is very aware of the benefits of education and encourages those he meets to obtain their degrees as well. 402 more words


A Post Election Message from Malala

This presidential election has shaken me up in a way I can barely describe. While we may feel down, we are not out of the game. 135 more words

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Forced to get an internship? It may be scary, but definitely helpful.

I avoided all responsibilities of life and waited up until now to find an internship. As a senior about to graduate in May, it’s time to start taking action. 563 more words