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  • 30 May

    Facebook’s 1st Couple Donates $120M to SF Schools

    We complain too often about young people and rich folks showing very little genuine concern for the world around them. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, prove that you can have money, youth and a heart for pursuing global good. The couple plans to share $120 million of their ...

  • 26 May

    The $5 College Degree

    Jessie White had only one thing standing between her and a coveted degree from Beal College.  But that’s common, right? For many of us, the delays only feed our anticipation for enjoying graduation season with our dearest friends and family. Most college graduates expect one or two of these inconvenient ...

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  • 21 March

    Teaching at Home Versus Teaching Abroad

    Erika Phyall currently works in community relations for University of Southern California Rossier School of Education’s online master’s programs. USC Rossier Online provides current teachers the opportunity to earn teaching credentials and aspiring C.A. teachers a California teaching credential. Outside of work Erika enjoys networking, DIY projects, and spending time with ...

  • 15 March

    Students Effected By Automatic Budget Cuts From The Sequester

    The sequester will effect everyone from government workers to students. Both graduate students and parents of undergrads have been receiving letters from the Department of Education, notifying them of the increases in fees in the Direct PLUS loans as a direct result form the automatic budget cuts. “On August 2, ...