Tag: College Advice

5 Tips for Making the Most of Your Remote Internship

By Annie Pei You snagged a remote internship—congrats! Welcome to a world of flexible working. While remote internships have a ton of pros, you’ll need to be prepared to work and complete all of your intern responsibilities…with all the distractions at home. When you have a remote internship, how can you stay focused and make sure you’re getting things done? We’ve got five easy tips…

4 Signs You’re Succeeding at Your Internship

4 Signs You’re Succeeding at Your Internship You’ve just begun to settle into the routine of your internship. But even if the sleep and coffee deprivation is beginning to wear you down, don’t despair! There’s a good chance that your internship is going better than you think it is, especially if you’ve been proactive in the workplace. Here are four…

10 Ways College Students Can Navigate the Coronavirus Outbreak

Students should know that resources are available. As the novel coronavirus pandemic rages on, colleges are taking steps to mitigate the crisis that may alter students’ lives in other uncomfortable ways, such as upending support systems and forcing students to rethink basic needs. “Campuses are closing and most in a haphazard, confusing way with limited notice. Students are incurring unplanned expenses…

How to Fall Back in Love with Your Major

You entered college bright-eyed and ready to take on the world. You declared your major and then found yourself second-guessing it all. The classwork began to pile up, the exams got harder and you suddenly began questioning if this is even the field you want to be in. You feel burned out, but it happens to many. The key, however,…

A Guide to Women’s Colleges

By Josh Moody Women’s colleges once numbered in the hundreds, but now they’re a rarity in higher education. The Women’s College Coalition website notes that there were more than 200 such schools in the U.S. during the 1960s, a number that has now dwindled to fewer than 50. Despite that shrinking pool, advocates of women’s colleges are all aboard. “What…