GC4W University News

As Application Season Approaches, Here Are Some Things To Ponder

By Marina Pitofsky College application season is around the corner for many high schoolers, and students are preparing to submit transcripts, letters of recommendation, essays and more.   The class of 2022’s applications will look different from those of other graduating classes. These students, along with high schoolers who submitted their college applications last year, have seen disruptions to their academics since March 2020…

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Meet 3 Students Who Started Side Hustles in Quarantine

ith ample downtime during the pandemic, many college students pursued side hustles and started their own businesses during quarantine. By EMILY KRIVOGRAD While not every college student opened their own Etsy shop, many finally had the flexibility to turn hobbies into additional sources of income, and in some cases, dream businesses. I spoke with three college students about what it…

College Class 101: How To Decide Whether To Stick It Out or Drop It

By KELSEY MULVEY A new semester at school means a lot of things: new trends, new crushes and new classes. Unless the scheduling gods love you—and we’re jealous, if that’s the case—nobody’s course load is perfect. Usually, there’s that one class you just can’t stand. The monotone professor? The painfully dull readings? The grueling exams? We know–it’s all too familiar. With these unbearable…

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Prevent Procrastination With These Apps

There are so many amazing apps to help combat procrastination. By Brianna Astorga Do you find yourself being fully aware of your multiple deadlines coming up and still not starting your assignments? Maybe you find yourself thinking that you can just start them later. When “later” comes, you tell yourself that you’ll get started tomorrow. Before you know it, you have…