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Remote Job Offers: 10 Tips to Help You Make Up Your...

The pandemic delivered a reminder about remote jobs: yes, they do exist. Before 2020, a remote position did not make the job wish list for most students, but now these jobs will likely stick around, and some say they’re the future. Despite its low-profile, remote work and similar workplace practices like flexible scheduling are growing…

Top 10 Northwestern Classes for Undergrad Students

As a Northwestern student, it can be exhausting to scroll through hours of CTECs to find the best class possible. With the sheer volume of classes to choose from, sometimes it seems impossible to even know where to begin. College Magazine compiled a list of 10 must take Northwestern classes at Northwestern. Whether you want…

24 Things to Do in 24 Hours in Chattanooga

Chattanooga is a growing, vibrant city full of great urban and outdoor activities. Many call the city “The Boulder of the South,” because of its laid-back vibe and beautiful scenery. 24 hours in Chattanooga will never be enough to experience all this city has to offer, but the following itinerary supplies a wealth of activities…

Stop Punching Walls: Promoting Emotional Intelligence on College Campuses

If your bedroom wall looks like a block of Swiss cheese, then keep reading. If you find yourself struggling with emotional outbursts, poor communication skills, or strained relationships, keep reading. If the last time you cried was during your eighth birthday party over literal spilled milk, keep reading. These signs will not only earn you…

Interview Prep 101: 10 Questions You’ll Be Asked at Your Next...

The butterflies attack the lining of your stomach as you sit in the waiting room before your very first job interview. Your mind races with the possible questions you might be asked. Whether it’s at the neighborhood pizza joint or that first “big kid” job after college, interviews feel intimidating. And while each job requires…

A Quick-Start Guide to Your New Quarantine Hobby: Meal Prep

More meals at home means more trips to the grocery store – and increasingly creative cooking. Contrary to common perceptions, meal prepping encourages experimentation just as much as cooking meals on the fly. It’s all about what you like. So, whether panic buys fill your freezer, or the time has come for a new quarantine…

The Ins and Outs of How to Become an Actuary

If crunching numbers is your morning coffee and you analyze big data sets in your free time, then your dream job might be an Actuary. Actuaries support the financial security of a wide range of industries, anywhere from insurance to energy. It’s a viable option for math majors other than teaching, and it benefits the…

10 Problem-Solving Skills Hiring Managers Love

Problem-solving skills: Even though you might not know it, you have them. You might even use them every day. But identifying the skills you have and putting them on your resume is easier said than done. We asked a few experts for their advice on showing off problem-solving skills to an employer. Here are 10…

Getting My Study Abroad Program Cancelled Was The Best Thing to...

I am transfixed by the romantic town nestled on the mountaintops before the dramatic landscape in southern Spain. These are my exact words from my application essay to study abroad this year. And I didn’t mean any of it. Not that I lied about Spain’s beauty; the country undeniably contains some of the most gorgeous…

Is Amazon Prime Trainee Even Worth the Expense?

February 27, 2020 //  by Anan Hussein//  Leave a Comment Have you ever stopped yourself from buying something because the shipping cost was too high? Or wanted to have something quickly delivered to you? Or even wanted to take advantage of being a college student? Amazon Prime student helps with all of that. But, is the monthly payment…

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