Myrna Brady, a 79 year old woman, graduated from Governors State University this past Saturday, June 12, 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts. Governors State University is located in the Chicago South Suburbs, just 35 miles south of Chicago. This story is near and dear to my heart because Myrna happens to be […]
Nearly 25% of freshman at 4-year colleges drop out in the High school students, are not prepared with the management and life skills needed to succeed in college.
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How to protect your professional reputation as more businesses use social networking to check out job applicants As graduation rapidly approaches, students have been frantically searching for work after college. And while they’ve likely bought a new, more professional wardrobe for upcoming interviews, such a move isn’t the only necessarily course of post-grad action. More […]
When it comes to hate and racism, there is a tendency to think that certain places are above such pettiness. Our college campuses are thought to be one of those places. However, we eventually come to the realization that college, like any other place will always be a reflection of the greater society. The incidents mentioned in this article […]