Albert Einstein once said, “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” Our thoughts influence our beliefs, feelings and actions. Our thoughts can be rational, reflective and often with judgement because we perceive information and implement it to form an idea of what something or someone is. CriticallyContinue reading “How to Improve Your Critical Thinking Skills”
Inside the buildings, inside the classrooms, I felt like I was always being challenged, which was something new for me. In high school, while I was never the smartest kid in the room, if I studied enough, I would get decent grades. Here, I learned that my studying capabilities didn’t fit the mold anymore, and I had to drastically change the way I learned and studied for my classes.
When it comes to taking classes in college, your professional relationship with your professor, teaching assistants or anyone else in charge is of utmost importance. Let’s be honest, some things are just downright confusing and need clarification, and there is nothing wrong with that! Especially in modern times with everything online, you might need to send a couple emails to fully understand a concept
There is an appalling nescience prevalent amongst many people today. Multiculturalism is not, in and of itself, “anti” anything. To appreciate and consider other cultures and beliefs are not to diminish your own. I explore the “Cult of Ignorance” and its repercussions.
Only 57% of Americans are considered “Financially Literate” which is comparable to the country of Botswana (which is far smaller than the US). People between the ages of 18-34 had the sharpest drop in ability to answer financial questions correctly taking a nose-dive from a meager 30% to 17%.
A large part of college is independence and learning about the power that a question can hold.
I was determined to have experience with as many facets of BU as possible, whether it was my freshman year or my senior year.
In this article, we’ll be going over the amazing opportunities and advantages you can get in an engineering career.
I started my journey to pharmacy as a undergraduate student at Arizona State University studying microbiology.
Since my last grades have been posted, I want to reminisce over the eye-opening, turbulent, exhilarating, and chaotic first year I had at Brown University. My time in Providence taught me more about the road I have to take to achieve independence, a road full of bumps and pot holes, and my time at Brown Online taught me about the importance of community no matter the distance.