College is first and foremost a place of disillusionment. On the upside, though, the disillusionment gives way to a remarkable clarity of mind.
Here are some lifelong lessons I gleaned from higher education.
Universities and colleges need to start thinking of students as paying customers. Schools provide a service to consumers, and customers expect a tangible result: in this case, employment:
Let's focus on the positive stereotypes about millennials rather than these three negative ones.
What my experience in a sorority has taught me thus far.
After having the threat of tuition hanging over their heads for a year and a half, Cooper Union has decided to implement tuition for its undergraduate students.
If you are into software development, there's a school in New York and San Francisco that is a dream come true.
The Princeton Review just ranked Stanford University as the number one "Dream School." Is this really the image Stanford wants, though?