"Student" Blogs & Blog Posts

SamanthaSamantha

The personal blog of Samantha Kidd, an eighteen year old student in Greater...

 
Unfashionably EconomicUnfashionably Economic

Random thoughts from a Ph.D economics student, covering current events and ...

 
London LesbianLondon Lesbian

The anonymous blog of a student lesbian in London. A collection of my most ...

 
Musings of a Soul AfloatMusings of a Soul Afloat

New York young professional collects thoughts and photographs that inspire,...

 


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SoundCloud has taken some steps to reform its paid streaming music services since a messy 2016 debut, but student pricing hasn't been part of it. You've paid $10 per month while your Spotify- and Apple Music-toting classmates shelled out h...

Campus Reform recently took to the campus of American University in Washington, DC to ask students how they felt about some things Donald Trump had said. Among them: “We simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocum...

What’s the best way to stay up to date on things happening within your industry? Seasoned finance professionals read the Wall Street Journal. Anyone who wants to work in politics reads The Washington Post. In Silicon Valley we have industry-spe...

Editor's note: This story contains upsetting details about physical violence. A Chinese university student who was unable to best a fellow student in a classroom debate decided instead to resort to his fists for revenge. SEE ALSO: Madonna getting bru...

Students in more countries can now listen to Apple Music at lower prices.  Apple has expanded Apple Music student membership program to 25 new countries including Canada, China, India, and Russia. Those who sign up for the membership will be abl...

 Speaking from experience, finding jobs outside the region you went to college in is incredibly challenging. Sure, large Fortune 100 companies have programs in place to make it easy to recruit for offices in disparate cities, but if you are l...

Paleolithic Ax Debunks Colonial Myth SAPIENS by Jacqueline Matthews and Martin Porr Earlier this year, a team of Australian researchers led by Peter Hiscock from the University of Sydney published new findings about a fragment of a ground-edge ax—...