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Study reveals binge drinkers ‘consequences’ of social media addiction. You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, today your first impression is what a Google search says about you. Critical thinking goes out the door when your drinking, no matter what age you are. In today’s digital world it’s especially unforgiving. One […]

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There are dozens of benefits that justify earning a higher education, including–but by no means limited to–better employment prospects, access to jobs with higher pay and the broadening of a college student’s social and mental horizons. Even so, approximately one in two high school graduates choose to forgo these potential benefits because they cannot reconcile […]

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As a parent, you have to help your child make several decisions over his or her lifetime. At first these decisions are easy. You help them choose a Halloween costume. You help them pick out a gift for their teacher. You stand beside them as they decide to cut off all of their hair in […]

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These days, students have many options when it comes to their post-college plans. There are traditional 4-year schools, community colleges and online alternatives. Students can go Ivy League, West Coast or somewhere in the middle. This, too, is true for students with learning disabilities that once considered college a long shot. Recent statistics from the […]

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Recently a New York Times article sparked an interesting conversation about big data on college campuses. Colleges across the country are embarking on data-driven experiments, following students’ digital breadcrumbs to deliver a more personalized college experience.   Presented By: OnlineDegrees.org

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