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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…

24 Things to do in Jacksonville in 24 Hours

Scheduling a trip to make sure you get the most out of your vacation might make you nervous in a place as large and beautiful as Jacksonville. Don’t you worry, we’ll make sure you don’t overwhelm yourself and just end up staying at the beach all day (even though that would make for a pretty…

CM’s Master Guide to the very best Cover Letter Ever

Alright, so you’ve crafted the perfect resumé for the job you’re applying for. You’ve listed all your proudest accomplishments, cited your exhaustive record of professional experiences and finally settled on the best font. Congrats, you’re well on your way to landing that dream job. Well … not so fast. You’re missing one crucial piece to…

Leading 10 SMART Objectives to Start Success in College

Goal setting can be tricky in college. Just trying to make it to an 8 a.m. class alone can be tough enough. On top of everything else going on in a college student’s life, there’s no clear-cut path on setting and accomplishing goals. But there are strategies to help.  giphy.com When talking to students about…

I Cope with My Finest Buddies– And it Didn’t Make Me...

When you talk to any family members or other adults in your life, they probably give you one piece of advice: Don’t live with your best friends. Obviously, everyone has different life experiences, but I’ll tell you this: I lived with my best friends for two years and we came out at the end closer…

Try a Specific Niche Club Your Freshman Year, I Did

Going into college, everyone worries about the same things, especially if you choose to go somewhere you know no one at. Choosing clubs at the involvement fair becomes a more daunting task than most realize because you want to pick the one you’ll find your people in.I’ll tell you my story of finding my group…

Leading 10 On-Campus Salads at George Washington University

In recent years, the fast-spreading health food trend made its way all the way to Washington, D.C. If you study at George Washington University and want to hop on the bandwagon but don’t know where to start, read about the top ten salads on campus to try–all under $20. Forget everything you thought you knew…

What is an Excellent LSAT Rating and How Do I Get...

So, you want to go to law school, but you don’t know where to start. Don’t worry, College Magazine has you covered. Thinking about law school stresses out even the most prepared student, and when you don’t know what to do, you stress even more. Never fear, we talked to advisors and admissions staff so…

15 Ways to Practice Time Management Abilities Every Day

We all know the feeling. As college students, our days are filled to the brim with grueling class schedules, back-to-back meetings and loads on loads of homework. Most of us are all too familiar with staying up late each night, struggling to drag ourselves out of bed, and powering through our days on caffeine and…

How to Compose a LinkedIn Summary That Sounds Legit

You’ve finally made a LinkedIn account after your adviser has been suggesting it for months. You asked your photography major friend to take a professional headshot of you. Now what? After setting up your account you might start thinking about writing a summary; turns out, that’s a lot harder than it sounds. I conducted a…

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