What is Financial Literacy? How do I educate myself financially? These are questions you might be asking yourself while reading this post. It is important to educate yourself financially as young as you are right now so that you can live a financially free life. According to Annuity, financially literacy means knowing how to manage your money from paying bills, saving, and investing into your future. One of the many ways you can educate yourself to be financially literate is through reading books. Below are some books that I think would be beneficial for you to read to gain that financial free life. Please note, they are not in any particular order.
Whether you want to explore the culture of a new country or just travel to a new place for a few months, studying abroad may be an opportunity you want to take advantage of during your time at college. Unfortunately, the processing of applying to and making the most of your study abroad experience is not as simple as choosing a country and packing your bag.
Viruses have always seemed like a danger to human health. From the spanish flu to SAR-CoV-2, viruses have caused global panic and pandemics. Viruses may have the chance to be an unlikely hero as medical professionals expand their potential to transport therapies to specific tissues.
In the wake of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, many questions about disease, sanitation, and vaccinations have emerged. A popular one out of the many is ‘how did bats cause the coronavirus?’ and the answer is that SARS-CoV-2 is a zoonotic disease that was transmitted to humans from bats. What is a zoonotic disease? A zoonotic diseaseContinue reading “Zoonotic Diseases and How a Bat Causes a Global Pandemic”
Caltech is a small school both in popular and campus size, but this creates a unique environment both for student life and academic endeavors. Here from a former Caltech tourguide!
Work-study is a federally-funded program that encourages students to pursue a part-time job while completing their studies at a university. These funds are awarded through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) program, and the amount awarded varies based on when you complete the application, your financial need, and the funding level of the school you are attending.