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Are you ready for graduation?

Attention, seniors! If you’re graduating in May, the countdown has begun. We know from experience that you’ve already got a lot on your plate -- applying for jobs, reaching out to all your networking contacts, doing your best to stave off senioritis. Unfortunately, this only intensifies as graduation weekend closes in. Do yourself a favor and get ready for the parties, family gatherings and pre-graduation to-do’s now. Otherwise, you’ll be pulling your hair out trying to squeeze it all in during those first two weeks of May. And you’ve got exams to worry about then.

A College Varsity Sport That Stands Out

Ever hear of synchronized skating? I hate to say it, but I never had. Synchronized swimming, yes, but this ice skating sport is new to me. Then I saw the athleticism and style of the Miami RedHawks at Miami University in Ohio and how in step the teammates were with each other. Amazing! That's when I started learning about this competitive varsity sport. Actually, the 30th anniversary of the 2014 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships is happening Feb. 24 - March 1 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The Varsity Letter - The Way It is and the Way It Was

As the kickoff to the athletic year has advanced at high schools, prep schools, and colleges, student athletes have been giving their all for their teams, schools, and fans. A traditional reward for their efforts is the varsity letter. Varsity letters are a long-time symbol of student athletes’ dedication and achievement.

One College's Ghost Stories

Ghost stories... how appropriate for around Halloween!  It's especially unnerving when the stories of hauntings take place in buildings at a most unexpected place - college! Hauntings apparently are commonplace at Kenyon College in Ohio.

Harry Potter’s Science meets the U of Nebraska-Lincoln

There’s an unexpected undergraduate honors chemistry class being offered at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is called a ‘Muggle’s Guide to Harry Potter’s Chemistry’, and it explores the magical chemistry - “potions” - taught at the imaginary Hogwarts School.  The twist to this course is that this serious subject incorporates a cultural aspect, which is meant to encourage more students to take chemistry.

Creativity and Being “Liked” Can Help You Win a $1,000 Scholarship

This is just the start of Church Hill Classics’ sixth annual Frame My Future Scholarship contest where five creative students from across the country will each win $1,000 to help with their education. The scholarship contest still is different than the usual scholarships out there that require a long essay or extensive forms to submit.  Plus, one exciting change is that Facebook Fan Favorites will used to determine two of the 24 Finalists.

Study. Serve. Celebrate! College Student Volunteers Recognized on National Student Day


National Student Day (NSD) is back for its third year on October 3rd, 2013. This day is set aside to celebrate and acknowledge college students who volunteer and students who are socially responsible in their communities. College bookstores around the USA and Canada come together on this one day to recognize their achievement and also to thank them!

Show School Pride on August 30th for College Colors Day!

We are nearing September, which means that not only is school back, but so is college football! College Colors Day is also back for its 8th year on Friday, August 30 to kick off the college football season. Never heard of College Colors Day? Learn how to you can pledge your allegiance to your favorite college or university.

May Mayhem: Your College Student Is Moving Back In

Has an extraterrestrial invaded your home this May?  When college-age sons and daughters come back home and re-feather your empty nest to be with you for the summer, it is a readjustment for everyone in the household. Each family must deal with its new challenges individually, but one reality is certain: no matter where the recent graduates eventually hang their hats, earning that sheepskin elevates degree holders in everyone’s eyes. 

Graduation Goulash

Stepping reverently to the cadence of Pomp and Circumstance?  You’re one of millions donning cap and gown and graduating from a high school, college, or university.  If it’s an institution of higher learning and you’re singular, you’re morphing from matriculant to alumna (female) or alumnus (male).  If you’re plural, you’re collectively alumnae (female) or alumni (male or female graduates).  For those etymology inquirers, all four “alum” words derive from Latin’s alere meaning “nourish.”

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