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Income-generating Side Gigs Every Working Student Should Check Out

Education being unaffordable is an alarming reality that many students have to live and deal with, which has caused many students to consider taking a side hustle and work in their free time. It’s become common to see students working after their classes or the other way around, but it’s a life that most of …

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Taking A Gap Year During A Pandemic: Is It Worth It?

Social distancing is one way to help contain coronavirus, which caused a global pandemic, affecting the way people live. Universities and colleges had to shift from face-to-face to online classes to comply with health safety protocols. In Fall 2020, 10 percent of colleges are fully online and only four percent are in person. About 40 …

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5 Factors Colleges and Universities Consider in Applicants

With thousands of degree-granting institutions across the country, you’d think getting into a college or university would be easy. But with millions of high school graduates applying every year, competition can be tough, especially in top-rated schools. According to the 2018 State of College Admission report by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, colleges …

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Choosing the Right School: What Matters Most to Parents

Working through the early years of your child comes with its fair share of joys and challenges. You see your child developing through walking, learning a language, and for you being able to communicate with them. Then comes the time when they attain the school-going age, and you have to find a preschool that will …

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How to Instill a Love of Reading among Children

It might sound cliché, but screen time does take children away from other activities that they could have enjoyed. Exposing children to technology has benefits, but excessive time in front of the computer or TV eats into time that could have been spent reading. Parents and teachers worldwide are concerned that today’s children might not develop an interest …

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Cut Your Overhead with a BPO Center Outside Manila

The Metro is home to many business process outsourcing companies, but the province of Cavite is slowly catching up. International corporations are investing in Cavite, avoiding the hassles of big urban centers for a more suburban environment. Solid Development Cavite is the fastest-growing province bordering Manila. The province has been undergoing widespread industrialization and commercialization, …

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Ideas for Staying Inspired and Creative During Quarantine

Many of us know about the great masterpieces and discoveries that were made during times of quarantine and self-isolation: Shakespeare’s King Lear, Sir Isaac Newton’s discovery of gravity, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Frida Kahlo’s first self-portrait, and Sigmund Freud’s outline of psychoanalysis. Unfortunately, not all of us are Shakespeare or Frida Kahlo. We are but …

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Welcome on Board: The Bonds of Boarding School

A common misconception about boarding schools is the overly strict environment, where military discipline or religious fervour dominate. On the contrary, that’s simply not the case. There are actually several types of boarding schools and such a generalised view does not apply in all settings. Regardless of what kind of boarding school you find, these …

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