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The Key to Surviving an Online Math Class in 2020

Submitted by Richard Fried College math classes alone are notorious for their difficulty, but when the format becomes completely virtual, they create a new beast entirely. As a math major with only upper-level courses left, I needed to learn how to survive some truly difficult math classes this semester, and I have some advice for…

The Transition to Online Classes: A New Struggle or a Desirable...

This past March, we were all hit by surprise with the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus. People worldwide were forced to take a step back and create a new way of living. As businesses and schools started to close, people began to work and take classes online digitally. With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging…

Cambridge university urged to re-invite rightwing academic Jordan Peterson

Cambridge University’s vice-chancellor is being urged to re-invite the controversial Canadian professor Jordan Peterson to take up a fellowship in light of a vote allowing “tolerance” of differing views.An offer of a visiting fellowship for the self-styled “professor against political correctness” was rescinded last year after protests from faculty and students.The university’s policy now emphasises…

College Magazine’s Guide to the Engineering Major

When students think of the engineering major, late-night studying, hard classes and pulling all-nighters come to mind. However, this doesn’t always have to be the case! CM’s guide to the engineering major will help you master this grueling area of study in no time. Complete with tips from current engineering students as well as some…

Redefining Success as a Freshman in College

Throughout high school, I, like many others, obsessed over one enduring task: getting into college. Not just any college, as I needed to live up to the high standards set by my parents. So I went for it, and, for the most part, I had a great time while doing it. For every varsity soccer…

College Magazine’s Guide to the Special Education Major

If you’re passionate about working with children of all academic abilities, majoring in special education is the route for you. According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, special education careers are expected to grow by 3% in the next decade, and many school districts currently lack the number of special education teachers necessary. Through a curriculum…

10 Signs That You’re a True TWAMP: Typical William & Mary...

TWAMP (noun); ta-wah-m-pa1. Definition of TWAMP: Typical William & Mary Person used in a sentence: I feel like such a TWAMP today; all I can do is study. William & Mary’s unique campus has many unique people, but one thing that everyone has in common is their familiarity with the word TWAMP. We even have…

Leading UK academics ask PhD funding body to rethink refusal of...

Hundreds of academics have signed a letter calling on the UK’s biggest funder of PhDs to reverse its decision not to give thousands of researchers any extra time or funding to complete their degrees, despite the impact of the pandemic. In the letter, 770 academics said support would protect research and teaching that would be…

7 Insider Tips on How to Climb the Corporate Ladder

You finally entered the corporate workforce, but have no idea how to progress further? In these interviews with working professionals from the finance, customer service and technology industries they provide newbies with advice.  Read on for the seven insider tips you need in your arsenal to climb the corporate ladder. 1. Communication proves KEY giphy.com…

Top 10 Hermione Granger Approved Colleges for Bookworms

Most bookworms dream about living out their dark academia fantasy by enrolling at a college that checks every box from their list of literary must-haves. A bookworm’s perfect university must include a multitude of diverse English courses educating them on works of literature from different cultures, and demanding yet rewarding English programs. Of course, add…

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