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Recent college graduates entered one of the worse job markets in history. And while some have opted to stick it out busing tables to pay the debt caused by their college education, a third-year Boston College Law School student decided he wasn’t willing to bear the cost of an education that did not guarantee a job upon completion. In an open letter posted on EagleiOnline — an online student-run newspaper at BC’s law school — the anonymous student made a proposition to the school’s dean: Refund his tuition and he’ll leave school without a degree.

Unemployed Boston College Law Student Wants a Refund

October 28, 2010
by Suada Kolovic
Recent college graduates entered one of the worse job markets in history. And while some have opted to stick it out busing tables to pay the debt caused by their college education, a third-year
Since its debut in early April, the iPad has had quite the effect on consumers – even the most PC-loyal ones – around the world. The student population is no exception and just as they use the iPad and other Apple products every day on and around campus – this year, all Seton Hall undergrads received an iPad, while Stanford is bestowing the device on its incoming medical students – many colleges are even integrating the device beyond their curricula.

An Apple a Day...

September 9, 2010
by Alexis Mattera
Students and Staff Receive More Than the Daily Fruit Requirement
A recent working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research has shown what many among the older generation may have been saying all along. College students today just don’t study as much as they did.

Report Shows College Students Spending Less Time Studying

May 13, 2010
by Scholarships.com Staff
A recent working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research has shown what many among the older generation may have been saying all along. College students today just don’t study as much as

    Many colleges and universities offer students dorms particular to their fields of
    study. A future engineer can bunk with others interested in engineering,
    for example, or future educators may find a place for others interested in becoming
    teachers. The dorms then become learning communities, and allow students a built-in
    support network when they're struggling with homework or an upcoming exam.

College Dorms Cater to Student Interests

April 16, 2010
by Scholarships.com Staff
Many colleges and universities offer students dorms particular to their fields of study. A future engineer can bunk with others interested in engineering, for example, or future
A Capella groups, vocal troupes and pitch-perfect singing clubs are fairly common on college campuses as a diversion from academics and another option among the dozens of extracurricular activities students have to choose from. But show choirs have always been more popular at high schools. That is, until the television show "Glee" came onto screens across the country with aims to popularize glee clubs and add some levity to the mood of the country.

Show Choirs Become More Popular on College Campuses

April 13, 2010
by Scholarships.com Staff
A Capella groups, vocal troupes and pitch-perfect singing clubs are fairly common on college campuses as a diversion from academics and another option among the dozens of extracurricular activities
As students begin the fall semester, news of the H1N1 swine flu virus spreading across college campuses is everywhere. But whether the flu has hit your college or not, getting sick at school is a real concern and can quickly derail your semester.

Getting Sick at College: How to Cope

September 16, 2009
by Scholarships.com Staff
As students begin the fall semester, news of the H1N1 swine flu virus spreading across college campuses is everywhere. But whether the flu has hit your college or not, getting sick at school is a
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