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Creating Your Ideal Study/Office Space

by Dakota Nash Studying is a chore, and let’s be honest for a second…NOT FUN! It’s stressful, time-consuming, and a mandatory task if we genuinely want to succeed in our classes. However, we can take the negativity out of studying if we give ourselves an area that is entirely ours. It transforms studying into your […]

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5 (Not So) Obvious Jobs for History Majors

By Nigel Maplethorne 1.  Documentary Editor: History is not often connoted with the entertainment industry, which is awfully silly when you consider the number of television networks dedicated to just that: history. As an editor, you would run the various accounts of your subject, look for careful edits that reveal themes, inspire rapt attention, and, […]

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The Great Activities Myth: What Looks Great On College Applications?

“It looks great on college applications.” I ask you right now, how many times have you either A) said this to your student or B) heard your student or one of their friends say this about an activity? “Join that club, it’ll look great on college applications.” “Take that extra class, it’ll look great on […]

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The Importance of Your Planner

Or A March Consulting Ode to Having a Planner Personally? I love office supplies. New pens, new folders, new desk organizers – the list goes on and on. But if you’re not someone who loves spending hours deciding whether this year’s theme should be rose gold or March Consulting green for your school supplies, there […]

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Life of a High School Athlete: Junior Year

Attention high school athletes: Are you planning on playing sports in college? Do you have big dreams of competing in March Madness, or joining the best women’s soccer team in the world? Awesome! What are you doing right now to prepare? See, getting signed to a team in the NCAA is a much longer and […]

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