Art degrees can pay off. Learn about college majors for artists that help the money flow. Starving Artist? That’s So 1880s In the world painted by stereotypes, artists are financial flops: The art major can fill a canvas but has an empty belly. In the winter, he or she burns furniture for warmth… But statistics…
May 15, 2013
Research shows that a college degree offers the potential for lifelong bliss for graduates, and a growing economic recovery is poised to support that.
May 7, 2013
While many men still head to college, it has become clear that in some ways, it is now men who are being left behind in higher education rather than women.
April 17, 2013
Bullying, once limited to school yards, has since entered the digital age. While some studies claim the issue of cyberbullying is mostly hype, others claim it is a very real issue.
April 15, 2013
For quite some time, native speakers of widely-spoken languages, such as English, could expect to get by during their travels without knowing a word of the language spoken at their destination. These days, not only is it considered to be polite to be at least conversationally familiar with the languages spoken in countries you visit…
April 12, 2013
You needn’t look further than the nightly news to find examples of college drinking and all the dangers they can bring to your campus.
April 10, 2013
Student loans may make higher education a viable option for students who otherwise couldn’t afford it, but problems with student debt is a world-wide issue.
April 9, 2013
China is taking giant leaps toward investing in higher education — but this massive initiative comes with equally massive challenges.
March 19, 2013
We reached out to a few players in the collegiate world and had them try out the College Scorecard. Here’s what they thought.
February 22, 2013
Now that female students dominate the co-ed classroom, is there still a need for women’s colleges?