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Getting good grades in college isn't as difficult as some may believe. It's really just a simple formula to be repeated, again and again.
In an age where technology reigns, there is no denying that print is still better for you in varying capacities - especially within the confines of education.
In this article I investigate the strife that minority students in STEM majors at Georgia State face and how emotionally taxing in can be to break down the stigmas that society instills on minority groups.
In this generation, students have an upper hand that past generations did not have. This is development of technology. In this article, I speak on why now is the best time for young adults especially to start their own business or project.
Students come to Georgia State with a preconceived notion of what going to college in the city entails. In this article, I speak on what aspects of Georgia State that many incoming students may not expect.
When electric scooters were first released, on the surface it seemed promising. Convenience, accessibility and the fact that it was labelled "eco-friendly" were used to steer consumers into this alternate form of transportation. Unfortunately, a year later and these same scooters have proven to be risky in many aspects - financially, environmentally and health-wise.
In college, with limited funds what we want is quick, easy and cheap. Unfortunately, those are also the foods who do the most damage us in all aspects - your mental health, weight, academic success and your finances as well. This article argues just how much a trip to the vending machine is affecting students.
In recent years, there has been a growing discrepancy between an employers' willingness to hire college grads. In this article, I discuss the many reasons why nowadays, your college degree isn't the only thing that matters when applying for jobs and performing in a working environment.