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TaxProf Blog Weekend Roundup

Saturday: This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts Cornell Law Prof: I Never Thought The Free Speech Mob Would Come Me. Until They Did. The 'Trump Bump' Grows As College Grads From Both Sides Of The Political Spectrum Flock To Law School Colon: ETFs And In-Kind Redemptions Sunday: ABA...

The 'Trump Bump' Grows As College Grads From Both Sides Of The Political Spectrum Flock To Law School

Chicago Tribune, After Trump's Election, More Students Consider Law School, Hoping to Make a Difference: [There is] a group of students across the political spectrum who were so moved by last November’s election that they decided to take the Law School Admissions Test, or LSAT, because they view law school...

23 Helpful Kitchen Gift Ideas for Terrible Cooks

Everybody's gotta start somewhere. These kitchen essentials are perfect gifts for recent college grads, beginner cooks, or anyone who just can't cook.

MissionU offers unique tuition plan for its new 12-month program

Americans owe a staggering $1.3 trillion in student loans, but a new San Francisco-based training program is tackling the issue of college grad debt with a unique business model: no tuition upfront. In this week's Sunday Spotlight, NBC's Jo Ling Kent meets the founder of MissionU and hears from students enrolled in the program.

Spotify Wants to Make You Feel Like a Teen Again With This New Playlist

Spotify understands that growing up ain't so easy - even if you're still a young 20-something who can still be considered a recent college grad. So to ease the pain and remind you of your younger days, the streaming company has justShow More Summary

Kailyn Lowry Announces New Show: Is She Quitting Teen Mom 2?!

Kailyn Lowry has a lot on her plate these days. A recent college grad, Kailyn welcomed her third child last month, and she's currently looking into grad school options. Oh, and of course, there's that whole "starring in a wildly popular...Show More Summary

Va. college grads can sue Rolling Stone over fake gang rape story

3 months agoNews : NY Daily News

A court decided University of Virginia grads who claim they were defamed in a fabricated Rolling Stone feature on a gang rape can sue.

How To Negotiate Your Salary When You Have No Obvious Leverage

Just because you’re a recent college grad or a career changer doesn’t mean you can’t ask for a pay bump. If there’s one thing that’s arguably more nerve-wracking than a job interview, it’s negotiating your salary. And if you’re a recent graduate or someone who wants to change careers, the stakes can feel even higher. Show More Summary

How to Spend Your Student Loans: Do’s and Dont’s

Several years ago, a fellow college grad mentioned how she was over $100,000 in debt from school. It surprised me because I didn’t recall tuition being that expensive at our in-state college at the time. “Well, I used the money for my living expenses, too,” she explained. Then I remembered the studio apartment she rented […]

Now That We Have Bushwick, Here Are 6 Other Brooklyn Thrillers We’d Like to See

Bushwick imagines its titular Brooklyn neighborhood as the setting for a civil war. It’s eerily timely: Southern forces take aim at college grads and grandmas as our protagonists Lucy (Brittany Snow) and ex-Marine Stupe (Dave Bautista) crisscross the neighborhood to escape the snipers and assassins that now swarm Bushwick’s streets. ... More »

I Have $100,000 In Student Loan Debt: The Economic Realities Of A Recent College Grad

4 months agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

I have $100,000 in student loan debt. This is a statement I've been practicing to myself since I sat down shortly after finishing my graduate program, and calculated the total cost of my education. Three years, all at public, in-state...

5 Pieces Of Bad Career Advice New Grads Should Ditch Right Now

There is no need to restrict your interests to “practical hobbies.” There’s no doubt recent college grads receive plenty of career advice after they toss their caps in the air and head out to the “real world.” But while people mean well with the guidance they dish to people just starting out, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the best advice out there. Read Full Story

College Grad's Return Flight From Thailand Lands Her in the Hospital

Julie Park graduated this year from Rowan University, but she almost didn't make it to graduation. Last January, she sprained her ankle. A week later, she flew from her South Jersey home to Thailand for vacation. Although her ankle hurt during the trip, she didn't think it merited going to a hospital while out of the country. Show More Summary

Why You Need To Sign Up For The Zara Newsletter To Get The Best Sale Info

4 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

As a recent college grad who spends way too much of my paycheck at Zara, I can attest to how easily the massive fast-fashion powerhouse gets you hooked. With totally trendy pieces fit for every fashionista’s budget, Zara’s the one-stop shop and Holy Grail for savvy shoppers of both genders. You can stock up on […]

Mike Rowe, Drinking Stories, And Open Thread

Mike Rowe Sets College Grad Straight After He Accuses Him of Not Being in Favor of 'Higher-Education' Mike, I have followed you since the first days of Dirty Jobs and Deadliest Catch, and I am amazed about your attitude toward...

The Financial Basics Every New Grad Should Know

If you're a recent college grad, congratulations. As you settle into your first job, you'll probably have more money flowing through your life than ever before. Take a minute to think of your financial potential. Let's say your starting salary is $45,000. If you're 21 years old, earn a 3 percent...

Brooklyn man shot by Citi Bike-riding gunman dies from wounds

5 months agoNews : NY Daily News

A recent college grad was shot to death by a teen gunman who tried to escape on a Citi Bike, police said Friday.

Forgive Us Our Debts: How Christian College Grads Pay the Price

Evangelical schools work to capture the real cost of student loans. When Christian students view college as a part of their calling, they won’t let the cost get in the way. For some, that means doubling down on savings, hustling for scholarships, or working their way through undergrad or seminary: whatever it takes to cover rising tuition bills. Show More Summary

Millennials, women and college grads are most prolific library users

6 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

A Pew survey found that the majority of millennials have visited a public library this year, making them the most prolific library-using generation. An ALA spokesperson attributed this to the libraries' commitment to providing free, fast broadband and the ability to borrow devices such as tablets -- but the survey found that very few patrons use the libraries' apps. (more…)

5 Young Supply Chain Professionals on What They Wish They Knew Earlier

Categories: Procurement, Supply Chain, Talent Management Tags: General News, L1 Whether you're a recent college grad or starting your first job in the supply chain, consider the following pieces of advice from five young professionals whom ISM and named as “30 Under 30” Rising Supply Chain Stars. Show More Summary

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