Key Signs You Are Homesick

May 22nd, 2015
Homesickness isn’t usually considered to be a serious problem – it is not a real sickness after all, but more of an emotional state some people, especially children, experience when they leave their habitual environment. However, how it affects different Read More →

GPA Explained

May 14th, 2015
Many students are baffled by the concept of GPA. Where does it come from? How is it calculated? How do all these pretty letters turn into a numerical value that has so much power over your life? There is, however, nothing Read More →
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Bullying in Higher Education

May 8th, 2015
When we hear about bullying, most people associate it with students in middle or high school, and to a lesser extent – with college. By the time a person reaches adulthood, he or she is supposed to be mature enough Read More →

Where Caching Bright Ideas for Academic Papers Is Easy?

April 17th, 2015
Feeling hungry for the extraordinary ideas for essays? Choosing the topic for the college project can be a stressful and tiresome process that may even lead to nothing. You are Read More →

If I didn’t have to write essays. Essay

April 16th, 2015
Two major tests and three essays due tomorrow as well as a term paper that you haven’t even started…Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? Of course, it’s kind of exaggeration, but a lot Read More →
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Key Components of a Successful Storytelling Technique

April 7th, 2015
Effective and captivating storytelling is a sort of an art. A perfectly developed and presented story can easily leave behind all the age barriers, reach its target readers and hook the Read More →

6 Sure Ways to Intrigue Your Reader

April 7th, 2015
People are different. So are the readers. While some of them go on reading the book even if it’s boring as hell, the other throw it away the Read More →

7 School Movies to Lift Your Spirit

March 30th, 2015
Sometimes you feel like the days are getting meaningless and all you want is to spend another day in bed, far from school and everyone in it. If you feel Read More →

Tribute to Edith Pearlman

February 20th, 2015
One Sunday afternoon, a well known short-story writer Edith Pearlman sat in her apartment together with her friend – a retired psychoanalyst Sandy Siler. Together, the women were sharing their precious Read More →

Laziness or Something Else: When Studying Makes You Depressed

February 19th, 2015
If you’re a college or university student, you’ve definitely faced with this little nasty affliction called laziness. From time to time even the most hard-working students are being lazy and wonder Read More →