With colleges announcing their plans for the upcoming school year, many students are left with feelings of uncertainty. For students attending college in New York City, the pandemic has presented new challenges and norms that students were never prepared for.
In this article, we'll be discussing different ways you can improve your persuasive communication skills. These skills can help you greatly in the professional world, whether you're speaking at a meeting or in front of a large audience.
Feeling like you’re running out of things to do in quarantine? Want to feel more relaxed while you’re working or when the school year starts? This is a great time to get in tune, explore genres of music, and boost your mood all at once!
As the fall semester approaches with thousands of students attending their first semesters online, you might be thinking: how on earth am I going to get involved? After all, much of the college charm is finding “your people” and many people do this by finding friends with common interests in clubs and extracurriculars. However, with the lack of in-person instruction and activities, this will definitely be a challenge. But there’s still hope.
In this article, we'll be going over five steps you can take in order to strengthen your problem-solving skills.
As someone who just finished their freshman year of university and has seen what kind of a nightmare scheduling can be, I thought that I would highlight the importance of NOT overdoing your first term as a college freshman. Your advisors will emphasize this, but with the effects of the ongoing pandemic and all, it’s possible that someone hasn’t yet, and scheduling your classes is something you might be doing around this time.
In this post, I share my experience over the past few months in trying to navigate internships, jobs and other opportunities in the middle of a pandemic.
What's the appeal behind all women's colleges and why do people choose them over their co-educational counterparts?
Being a tutor is valuable to you, as well as your tutees. You're able to expand your own knowledge and grow as an individual. Read more about the benefits of being a tutor!
Funding Your Future is a series on General Intelligences published with the intention of introducing high achieving students to large, fall-deadline scholarships. Within this article, you will find eligibility and application advice for the Gates Scholarship, as well as advice and perspective from two students who received the Gates Scholarship this past year – Sedonia and Quynh-Thuong. Keep reading to gain great insight into what goes into becoming a Gates Scholar and how to possibly win this competitive scholarship!