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  • Prison vs Princeton [Infographic]

    Did you know that it costs New Jersey more to house one inmate in prison for a year than to fund a Princeton student’s tuition? Even more surprising is the fact most states have drastically increased their spending on prisons, while cutting back on higher education. Unfortunately, prioritizing prisons over education is an increasing trend […]

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  • Schools That Rule the Web [Infographic]

    There’s no denying that social media has become a crucial part of our everyday lives. Colleges are also realizing this, which is why so many schools are rapidly trying to jump on board with Facebook pages and Twitter accounts. Reaching out to existing students, as well as prospective ones, in new and creative ways online […]

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  • San Francisco Cell Phone Law Put on Hold

    Remember when cigarette packages came without a warning from the Surgeon General?  Unless you’re over forty (or you started smoking pretty young) you probably don’t.  But at some point the government determined that cigarettes could be harmful to the health of its citizenry and so they required companies selling tobacco products to provide consumers with […]

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  • Community Bingo [Infographic]

    Any Community watchers out there? If you’re in the U.S., then chances are you’re an avid fan, or you’ve at least seen a couple of episodes. It’s popularity might have to do with the fact that 40% of U.S. undergrads are getting an education at a Community College themselves, but I think there’s an even […]

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  • Financial Aid Myths [Infographic]

    As more universities are feeling the need to increase tuition to adjust to budget cuts, students are relying on financial aid more than ever to help pay for their college degrees. Common myths surrounding financial aid, however, are potentially hindering a lot of students from saving a lot more money. The guys over at Online […]