Yep, it is that time again! Time to get your March Madness bracket together and see how well you fare against your friends and co-workers. Although the nation’s best men’s college basketball teams will meet for their chance at championship glory, only one will demonstrate its superiority in the end. Their name will be hung… Read More


Historically, college rankings have been based largely on the prestige of the university and the relative overall quality of education that a prospective student could expect to receive. But with the cost of college education rising, there’s a new trend toward ranking colleges based on value, helping students and parents ensure that they get the… Read More


Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report, and Forbes Magazine are just a few of the organizations currently offering college ranking lists. And while the jury’s still out on which ranking system is superior, one thing is clear: college rankings do matter to students. According to a recent poll conducted by the website Art &… Read More


A recent article on NYTimes.com warns that the job market is still a tough place for law school graduates. With a shortage of positions for new attorneys, the decision of where to attend law school may be more important than ever. If you’re considering earning your JD, you may want to check out the US… Read More


Yep, it is that time again. Time for the U.S. News and World Report to release this year’s list of the best colleges and universities, based on such factors as retention and graduation rates. In a non-surprising moves, they scored Princeton and Harvard in the top two and Yale in its perennial number-three spot. But… Read More