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Wabash College Still Has Sheepskin Diplomas and Other Interesting Info

Sheepskin diplomas are not prevalent at all, although they once were. Yet, for Wabash College in Indiana, the tradition of giving sheepskin diplomas to its graduates continues. In May 2014, as always, at the college’s 176th Commencement ceremony, its 172 graduates received sheepskin diplomas. The college also carries on its tradition as an all-male college.



Inspiration from Colleges & Universities in the New Year

It’s the New Year, and it’s natural that we think about what’s ahead for us. Some wonderful motivation comes from our institutions of higher learning. Colleges & universities have Mission Statements.


Where do you see your future? Frame it for us! You can win a $1,000 Scholarship Award

The 7th annual Frame My Future Scholarship Contest is currently underway! If you are attending a U.S. college or university as a full-time student for the 2015-2016 academic year (including community college, undergraduate, or graduate school) and are a U.S. Citizen then you are eligible to enter!

Frame My Future Scholarship Contest



Student Volunteers Celebrate the 4th Annual National Student Day – October 9th


National Student Day (NSD) is back for its fourth year on October 9th, 2014. American and Canadian bookstores are ready to celebrate and acknowledge student volunteers today for National Student Day. Bookstores are hosting events at the stores including charity drives, free giveaways, amazing deals, and more! How is your school celebrating National Student Day today?

National Student Day

Drum Roll for the Top Ten Graduation Gift Ideas!

Top 10 listsWritten by Anita R. Holtz, Marketing Department

While I was growing up in the Philadelphia suburb of Levittown, Pennsylvania during the late 1950s, our 17” black and white television was an important member of the family.  The Dick Clark Show on Saturday nights was a must (my sister and I outnumbered my father for channel selection).  The show featured the “Top Ten” records from ten to one for the upcoming week.  While I didn’t always agree with the Number One choice, the reverse order’s anticipation, a clever gimmick, was what I remember.

College Students Remember 9/11

Think back. Where were you on September 11, 2001? Today’s college freshmen were only in kindergarten then.

That’s when the Twin Towers were destroyed, the Pentagon was attacked, and four passenger planes were overtaken and used as deadly missiles. That day, about 3,000 innocent people were killed, including first responders who were doing their jobs by trying to help and rescue people.  Most who died were U.S. citizens, but there were also individuals from 90 other countries who lost their lives on 9/11.

Rams Rule! Everything is “Ram-tastic” at Colorado State University & CSU Bookstore


Colorado State University in Fort Collins is a seriously spirited school. It’s not only the athletics or the official mascot, CAM the Ram, that makes this so. It’s not all about Colorado State’s snappy Fight Song or the prominent school colors of green and gold (reflecting the school's agricultural beginnings). From what pops up on the university’s website, it’s obviously about the name…the Rams.


Colorado State University Spirit Medallion Diploma Frame        Colorado State University Spirit Medallion 

Ready To Go On A Staycation?

Written by Katie Turcio-Canales, Marketing Intern

Summer is finally here! No matter how old we are, there is just something so exciting in the anticipation of summer. When we are younger, summer simply means a vacation from school, being able to sleep in, going to bed late, hanging out with friends, not having to do homework, and everyday feeling like its Saturday morning. Those were simple times. Check out some fun summer ideas to ensure you having an amazing time this summer.

150th Anniversary and an Amazing Diploma Tradition at Gallaudet University

There are a couple of hefty milestones being celebrated this year at Gallaudet University in Washington D.C., plus an awesome tradition continues regarding the University’s diplomas. (Guess who signs them?)

Homeschooled and Proud of it!

Guest blog by Bridgette Pasquarella

“Where did you go to school?”


That question. That simple question that most people can answer easily is much more complicated for me. When I say I was “homeschooled,” I brace myself for what comes next. Sometimes I just shoot out answers before they even have the chance to ask. Yes, my mother was my teacher. Yes I went to school in my pajamas. Yes I had homework.  Yes I know what 2+2 is. And yes, I have friends!

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