Sometimes we forget just how much technology has transformed over the last 20 years, especially in the way we get information about and communicate with the world. Twenty years ago, most people made calls on land lines, many used pagers to receive messages on the go, and only the wealthy had actual mobile phones. Today,… Read More


A few years ago, we did a series of articles on celebrities and their levels of education (“Education of the Stars,” “Education of the Stars: Best Actor Nominees,” “Education of World Leaders 2008”). Well, things have changed since then so we wanted to revisit the topic with today’s celebrities. Their achievements range from high school… Read More


American community colleges don’t get nearly as much attention as its four-year colleges and universities. They don’t get ranked by big name magazines. They don’t have any nationally broadcast bowl games for their football teams. And when they provide online courses, no one makes any noise about it. And yet, 45% of all undergraduate students… Read More


Maybe it’s the late nights, the lack of sleep, or the tendency to abuse substances at traditional colleges and universities. Or you could write it off to students who clearly have too much time on their hands for their own. Or it could be, as many students and faculty believe, that the spirits of the… Read More


Studies show that almost all students, at tradition and online colleges, enter college expecting to study far more than they did in high school. Despite this fact, however, most college students study far less than they should. According to a recent study at La Roche College and the National Survey of Student Engagement at Indiana… Read More


Whether you are getting your college degree online or on campus, college is a time of unbridled optimism for the future. The world is your oyster, career opportunities are unlimited, and sky is the limit for salaries. Soon after graduation, however, reality sets in. A recent survey of 2013 and 2012 college grads reveals that… Read More