China’s college entrance exam is the most grueling standardized test facing teenagers in the world.
August 8, 2012
The tell-tale signs are there to prove American society has a serious problem with males and education.
July 29, 2012
While the kids of the 1% can end up anywhere from community colleges to Cornell, certain schools consistently attract the children of the wealthiest Americans.
July 25, 2012
Though controversial coaches are getting most of the limelight lately, these college athletes are pros at stirring the pot.
It’s 1:30 a.m. and your roommates are tucked in their beds behind closed doors. Your apartment is the quietest it’s been all day, and now you finally have a chance to open those textbooks. Your peaceful, last minute study time is only interrupted by your own unsettled mind. Aided by coffee, your trusty sidekick, you…
July 23, 2012
The following industries have recently proven themselves something special for America’s promising new employees.
July 19, 2012
Freshman year of college is survival of the fittest. The most recent data from the Department of Education shows that only 58% of freshmen enrolled full-time in 2004 graduated by 2010, and a large portion of those didn’t make it past their first year. Such unflattering stats have been around for a while, as the…
July 12, 2012
According to USA Today, over 100 majors, minors, and focuses in sustainability-centric programs were added to the collegiate roster in 2009. And with increasing interest in climate control, eliminating paper trails, and reducing our carbon footprints, the number has only grown since then. Going green is a hot topic, with many major companies making efforts…
July 11, 2012
These 20 records were broken by college students who proved that all you really need is plenty of time to kill and a fairly strong pain tolerance.
July 2, 2012
We’ve discovered 25 essential American History facts that students struggle with, and the results are a bit worrying.