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Forgotten Skills: Classroom Note-taking

Now that school is starting up again, we’re revisiting a few of the study skills you may have forgotten. First up is note-taking: what’s the best and most effective way to take notes? 736 more words

General Resources

Happy Fall Semester, Everyone!!

I just wanted to wish everyone a great start to the school year.

Over here at Susquehanna, we had convocation yesterday. The Bio dept thought it’d be nice to get a photo together… 16 more words

Parents: Don't Muck Up College Move-in Day

BY BRIAN C. MITCHELL

It’s August. For many families, it’s time to participate in a celebrated American ritual: moving a son or daughter to college. While thousands of parents and children bid each other farewell after moving belongings into a dorm room, the experience is acutely personal. 787 more words

Undergraduates

McIntosh & Otis Internship

Even though I write middle grade and young adult stories, I’ve got a few ideas for adult fiction books in the works. So, I love every age category of reading. 223 more words

Literary

College Considers "Low-Residency" Programs

DYSTOPIA–Dystopia College is considering the feasibility of establishing  “low-residency” bachelor’s-degree programs in several liberal-arts disciplines, Provost Eddina Field said today.

She said the college is researching how the low-residency model, which is used by a number of MFA (master of fine arts) programs, might be applied to undergraduate degree programs. 271 more words