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8 Ways College Students Can Save Money Before Class Starts

College tuition and housing is expensive enough on its own. But then you start adding up all of the other college costs, both in and out of the classroom, and things can become quite overwhelming. Fortunately, there are ways to save significant money on expenses if you do some planning and look for...

7 Ultra Successful Grads From the Nation's Top Entrepreneurship School

Babson College has had the country's top entrepreneurship program for years. Check out some of the notable alums who went on to do extraordinary things.

Proof Sheet: Jon Spitzer

Jon emailed me a few months back asking if he could do an internship at TransWorld as part of his college photography course. I told him that there wasn’t much The post Proof Sheet: Jon Spitzer appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer takes new job at Hunter College; encouraged by Hillary Clinton

Harold Holzer, who is best known for his writing, co-authoring or editing some 50 books on President Abraham Lincoln, will begin a new day job on Sept. 1 as director of the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College in New York. Holzer, who began his career as a newspaper reporter, recently retired from […]

Get to Know B/R's New College Football Columnist Bryan Fischer

Introductions can be awkward. Sometimes, even more awkward than you thought possible. Over the years traveling the country covering college football, I've had my fair share of them. Sometimes it's on me, sometimes it's on the head coach...Show More Summary

Black College Campuses Should Advocate for Breastfeeding Families

With full access to lactation spaces and resources on college campuses, Black mothers would not have to choose between their education and their breastfeeding goals. They could have both. Image: Shutterstock The post Black College Campuses Should Advocate for Breastfeeding Families appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Damian Lillard Made His Live Rap Debut in Portland on Wednesday, and He Didn’t Suck (Video)

Damian Lillard has had a pretty eventful summer. The Trail Blazers’ star point guard graduated from college, signed a five-year $120 million contract extension, dropped a bunch of rap tracks, and unveiled a new line of special edition Adidas sneakers featuring some of his lyrics. Now he’s made his live rap debut. Damian Lillard raps […]

Policing Other People's Queer Identities is an Asshole Move

1 hour agoLifestyle : xoJane

The last time I was in my hometown, it was after a shitty semester of college. I had four months before I could leave my (equally shitty) hometown and head off to a semester abroad. A few weeks after getting home, I met up with a longtime friend from high school with whom I was in a bad place.It... Continue reading

Did athletic department strong-arm Auburn into keeping favorite major for student-athletes?

In order to save the favorite college degree program of its student-athletes from elimination, the Auburn athletic department reportedly was prepared to do whatever it took, including funding the program itself.

Virginia Tech’s fine system exposed college football’s bare ass again

#BREAKING: #VaTech players apparently assessed fines for missing meals, practices #Hokies — RTDSports (@RTDSports) August 27, 2015 Get the technicalities out of the way first. This is a list of fines Virginia Tech enforced on exactly five players to the tune of $330 total. Show More Summary

Drew Brees Plays Teachers’ Pet in This XBox Ad (Video)

Microsoft has put together an ad to remind us to buy an Xbox before we head back to school, and in the ad, we get a number of high-profile NFL players attending college. The NFL on Xbox is supposed to serve as a supplement to watching the NFL, and the service gives you stats, fantasy […]

How pre-visit planning saves time and helps the bottom line

A guest column by the American College of Physicians, exclusive to I love pre-visit planning. OK, “love” may be too strong a word — I like pre-visit planning. Pre-visit planning isn’t new. Many of you have done it for years, even before it had a name, for example when pre-ordering labs before a visit. […]

An Old Factory Becomes Germany's College Housing of the Future

Images courtesy of the artist Located in the heart of Kreuzberg, an area of the city known for its eclectic community and historic urban landscape, the G27 Global Institute is an 85,000 square foot campus for students living abroad in Berlin. Show More Summary

Bleacher Report's Ultimate College Football Tailgate Guide for 2015

No one needs to remind you how to tailgate, so please don’t take this as such. You are more than capable of handling these matters accordingly: to build a proper parking-lot fortress, stock it with the proper food and beverage and spend...Show More Summary

Google denies it is working to erase college football history

You're a sophisticated Internet user, so you've probably visited You're also a sports fan, so you may have used that site to search for a football team's upcoming season schedule. When you do, Google accommodates youShow More Summary

Athlon’s 2015-16 preview has 13 covers

College basketball season is still a couple of months away, but that hasn’t stopped Athlon from releasing 11 different editions of its season preview with 13 different covers. The covers are as follows: Kentucky’s Alex Poythress andShow More Summary

North Dakota police sorry for threatening to shoot students after mistaking telescope for gun

3 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Police in North Dakota apologized to a pair of college students after mistaking their telescope for a gun. Levi Joraanstad and Colin Waldera were setting up the telescope Monday night to take photographs of the moon when officers blinded them with a bright light and ordered them to stop moving,...

Morning Digest: Business owners remove all voters from business district, but forget one college kid

Map of the new Community Improvement District in Columbia, Missouri Leading Off: • Gerrymandering: Normally gerrymandering in a medium-sized town that doesn't even pertain to city council elections would be too down-in-the-weeds, but this story from the Columbia Tribune is too funny to ignore. Show More Summary

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