Take Charge Of This Years Valentine’s Day
Feb12

Take Charge Of This Years Valentine’s Day

In the United States it has long been on the shoulders of men to plan the perfect Valentine’s Day celebration, but that trend is changing and more and more women are taking the initiative to plan their own celebration. If you take charge of the Valentine’;s Day arrangements this year you can show your special man just how much he means to you and let him know that you are thinking about what he wants and what he likes to...

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4 Ways to Win a Sports Scholarship
Sep14

4 Ways to Win a Sports Scholarship

Only around six percent of students win a Division I or Division II grade sports scholarship. If you are an eager sportsperson and are looking to gain a sports scholarship into a school or college of your choice, there are a number of things that you can do in order to increase your chances. If you are proactive about it, there is more of a change that you will secure the scholarship and be able be pursue your dreams. So, if you’re...

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Gap Year Travel Insurance For Students
Mar21

Gap Year Travel Insurance For Students

The travel industry has recently undertaken research that has thrown up some surprising results that proved that there are still many people who travel abroad without taking out any kind of travel insurance. A large portion of these travellers are aged between 18 and 25, which is the same age group that, more often than not, gets into trouble while away from home. It could be that these youngsters don’t understand the need for...

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Drunk Driving And Alcohol Abuse – Increasing Trends Among College Students?
Dec15

Drunk Driving And Alcohol Abuse – Increasing Trends Among College Students?

When college students are in the transition from high school to college life, they often come across emotional, physical and lifestyle changes. The changes are experiences that involve independence and stress towards their new environment, peers and lifestyle that makes them susceptible to abuse of various kinds. Two types of abuse that are commonly associated with college students are alcohol abuse and drunk driving. Drunk Driving...

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3 Offices Where Everybody Should Apply For A Job
Dec11

3 Offices Where Everybody Should Apply For A Job

If asked to compile a list of jobs we would like, it is unlikely that our first choice would be working in an office; in fact, it would normally come well down any possible list. However, if you think that all office work is dull and boring, perhaps you should think again and have a look at the offices written about below. These TV series offices represent a cross section seen on television, and are 3 offices that I personally would...

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Coming Out Of Hibernation During The Winter At University
Dec06

Coming Out Of Hibernation During The Winter At University

It is all too easy to shut yourself indoors during the winter and stay there until the weather gets warmer; but students shouldn’t hide themselves away, as they may miss out on some of their most enjoyable moments during the colder months. Coming Out Of Hibernation During The Winter At University Here are some tips on how to break the hibernating habit while at university. Embrace the cold weather Okay, so only a few people...

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