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Here's What Kind Of Girlfriend You Are, Based On Your College Major


You’re emotional and you feel things. You love to shower your S.O. with affection, and you hope for them to reciprocate. You take joy in making others feel special, and you don’t mind going the extra mile to do so, but you like to feel special once in a while too. 650 more words

The Best Colleges for Your Money

If you (or your offspring) applied to Harvard or Princeton but didn’t get in, cheer up. According to PayScale’s 2016 College Salary Report, degrees from plenty of other colleges pay better anyway. 287 more words


Would you ban your college age kids from a major?

by Honolulu Mother

This Washington Post clickbait, I mean article, discusses parents who forbid their college student offspring from choosing a liberal arts major.

Meet the parents who won’t let their children study literature…

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How Your College Major Can Predict Who You Will Marry

As the school year gets underway and millions of matriculating students consider which major to choose, we got to wondering: Which degrees are most romantically compatible with one another? 472 more words

4 Interesting Subjects To Look Into During Your College Years

Guest post from Kara Masterson

Choosing a college major does not come easy to everyone. Sometimes students have no idea what they want to study, while others have many interest.  558 more words

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The Unedited Truth About Why You Suck, Based On Your College Major


Philosophy majors were 90% dudes who were constantly quoting Nietzsche between bong rips, and then 10% random girls who would roll their eyes in class because they knew they were without question smarter than everyone. 650 more words

Here's Exactly What Would Happen To You In A Horror Movie, Based On Your College Major


An English major is not going to survive a horror movie. They’re the beta male/female that’s there to invoke sympathy from the audience and a beautiful piano ballad will serenade their slow and untimely death where they encourage another character to survive with their dying breath. 934 more words