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Navigating the College Experience: Nihal’s Narrative

“We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom. The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people able to put together the right information at the right time, think critically about it, and make important choices wisely.” ~E. O. Wilson   College can be a stressful time for parents and children alike. There is […]

Finding The Cheapest College Textbooks (A Case Study)

Last year I wrote about a number of online tools and tips to help folks find good deals on college textbooks. It was an issue dear to my heart as my wife and I had two children in college. We still do, although our son is also now a Marine, [...]

Radiation Dose Reduction and Practice Quality Improvement Highlight August JACR

The August 2015 issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR(r)) highlights radiation reduction efforts, radiology quality improvement steps and future cancer imaging.

This Guy Bought the Arkansas Governor's Domain Name and Set Up an LGBT Forum

7 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson’s website now redirects to an LGBT chat room and forum. That’s because when Hutchinson’s domain registration expired, it was quickly grabbed up by college student Dylan Hailey, who set the site to redirect to the forum. Read more...

High school recruit passes ‘Go,' commits to Wisconsin via Monopoly

@aj_taylor2016 dad tells me Monopoly is a big thing in their family. BY FAR most unique way of announcing I've seen. pic.twitter.com/6KKeTEVI0O — Randy Withers (@RandyWithersKC) August 1, 2015 Now more than ever, colleges have to be flashy to recruit football players for the upcoming season. Show More Summary

Auburn hopes improved defense spurs run in SEC West, Tigers ranked No. 25

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the upcoming season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team.

Family of man slain on lakefront struggles with news of his death

A former high school football standout home for the weekend from college was killed during an overnight shooting on the lakeshore on the city's South Side, according to police and his family.

College of DuPage to face big legal bills

The College of DuPage needs to set aside at least $2.85 million in the coming year to cover legal fees associated with various criminal and internal investigations at school, according to a new budget analysis.

College Football Teams Who've Succeeded Despite Low Ranked Recruiting Classes

College football's infatuation with recruiting rankings is piquing. Summer camps receive national coverage, and signing days are among the most highly anticipated offseason days of the year. But for every Alabama, Texas and Oregon, there...Show More Summary

How beating cancer helped this 32-year old start several businesses

Life-changing moments often come when you least expect it. For serial entrepreneur and investor Rob Gough, that moment came in his freshman year of college, when he was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer, called Ewing’s. Doctors told Gough that he only had a 30% chance of living, but that didn’t let him lose his mindset. Show More Summary

14 Signs Your Almost Boyfriend Is About To Ghost You That You’re Probably In Denial About

When you tell him you're meeting up with your fuck buddy from college and he indifferently nods his head, he doesn't care what or who you're doing.

Wisconsin’s Riley Dearring records his own diss track

Wisconsin Badgers forward Nigel Hayes has started a diss track war, specifically with teammate Vitto Brown, but now it looks like this has become a triple threat match. As was posted by Scott Phillips of NBC Sports’ College Basketball...Show More Summary

adidas Nationals releases list of college counselors

According to Scott Phillips of NBC Sports, adidas has released its list of counselors for the annual adidas Global Nations event in Long Beach, California. The camp is invitation only to the top 18 and under basketball players in the world and will take place from July 31st – August 3rd. Show More Summary

Former Microsoft developer Mike Porter talks gaming degrees and games

Not too long ago, you couldn't just learn how to make games at college. Video games are a relatively new form of media, only becoming popular in the 1980s. The earliest game developers came from other disciplines, whether it was computer science, art, etc. Show More Summary

The Myth of Chris Petersen

14 hours agoSports : Vice: Sports

The context of college football makes Chris Petersen look like an even better man. It also makes him look like a much worse coach.

As Federal Aid Goes Up, College Costs Rise Enough to Gobble It All Up

Josh Mitchell of the Wall Street Journal writes today about the spiraling cost of college: The federal government has boosted aid to families in recent decades to make college more affordable. A new study from the New York Federal Reserve...Show More Summary

Teen Lesbian Couple Brutally Attacked In Six Flags Hate Crime

14 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Two lesbian college students were attacked at a Six Flags theme park in Massachusetts on Wednesday in an apparent anti-gay hate crime. According to reports […]

How Effective is Networking for Job Search

This is a question asked at all university lectures I give and is a valid one. Though, in reality how much does networking work for recent college graduates? Contrary to popular belief it is NOT as highly effective a tool when compared...Show More Summary

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