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Four Thoughts on Approaching Political Controversy

Since moving to South Carolina about two months ago for grad school, I have been living, working, and attending classes at a Christian university. This has been an incredible atmosphere, and there is nothing sweeter than praying in class with teachers and students about things that are on our hearts. 1,586 more words

Rabble Rousing

FAFSA Opens Application 3 Months Early!

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(CBSDFW.COM) – College students can start applying for FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid on October 1st. That’s three months early! 158 more words


Application to file FAFSA starts earlier this year

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The timeline for filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, has changed to an earlier time this year. 227 more words


Active Learning

By Spencer Fuston, Master Tutor

“Learning should be an active process. Too often, students come to school to watch their teachers work.” – Willard R. Daggett, Ed.D.

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The punishing truth about campus mental health policies

Recently I have seen several articles critical of Northern Michigan University, where last year students received emails warning them that talking about their struggles with mental illness could result in removal from the college  (see link below). 703 more words


Just Jared: The Pros and Cons of Commuting and Living Off Campus

I just got hip to the life of a commuter. And…it’s different. I’m not even supposed to be here. I should have graduated in May, I should have been celebrating earning my degree and stressing about finding a job at the exact same time over the course of summer…but I still have some work to do. 249 more words

College Life

Cultural Diversity at Pace

“What does Pace mean to you in one word?”

A Freshman course at Pace University offered this open ended question to all students as an ice-breaker.

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