How I Aced a Test, but Failed at Learning

Midterms: Collectively they make up two to three weeks of hell-on-earth along with a fair portion of one’s final grade (upwards of 40% in some classes).  Screw up on one, and you’ll find yourself taking the course again… Yesterday, those three weeks of hell came to a close at around
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Dorm Desk

Syllabi are out, textbooks are bought, and my desk?  Not as cluttered as years past.  I’ve never done a quote “desk post,” but Urbio reached out to me earlier this summer with a product  called “Perch.” Perch is pretty simple – it transforms any surface-wall into an extension of your desk.
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Cool Prints

An assortment of cool prints that came across my radar over the past weekend.  Happy Sunday, everyone. -Dean PS:  For more suggestions on college – like what to bring – take a look at this post. Print 1 Print 2 Print 3 Print 4 Print 5 Print 6 Print 7
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Your Professional Wardrobe

Going to school in one of America’s biggest cities has given me a range of job opportunities to gain practical experiences in my chosen field of study I’ve gained a lot great exposure from these experiences and learned that personalizing your professional wardrobe isn’t as impossible as it seems. Black
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An Open Letter to My Summer School “Professors”

Today is a great day.  Why?  Because I have come to the end of my six-week trek through hell that is known as summer classes.  After taking my final exams, I wanted to write an open letter from the heart to each of my “professors… “Professor” 1: Where do I begin?  In some
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GW & Advanced Advertising

People like to ask me a lot about what I think of GW and I tend to reply with a salty sweet answer.  I say that it’s a pretty good school.  That I’ve met a lot of great people.  That it’s in a great location.  Blah blah blah.  But that’s really not how I
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College: Doing Laundry

Laundry:  It’s one of those things that we tend to take for granted while living at home unaware at both the extent of our clothes-wearing-habits as well as the time it takes to wash, dry, fold, and even iron our favorite pieces.  While I certainly have ruined my fair share
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A Recap on the Gap

It’s hard to believe that eight months have come and gone so quickly.  I know it’s annoyingly cliche to say, but time seems to move at an alarmingly quicker rate these days that barely gives one the ability to plan for the future let alone glance at the past.  With
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