"Student" Blogs & Blog Posts

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,...

 
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 ...

 


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These high schoolers, a group of meme-aware Gen Z'ers, decided to think outside of the box for their school photos. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Culture, High School, Student, and Culture...

SiriusXM thinks it has a simple way to get the back-to-school crowd listening to radio: offer it at an extremely steep discount. The satellite radio pioneer has introduced a Student Premier subscription that offers all the 200-plus music channels (pl...

A new school year is approaching, and for Apple that means an expansion of its contact-free student IDs. Apple Watch and iPhone owners can tap their devices to access campus facilities in 12 more schools, and these are institutions you'll likel...

Paying off your parking tickets by paying it forward is one of my favorite ideas. Like when Muncie, Indiana let people donate food and supplies for shelter kitties instead of paying in cash. Now that it’s back to school time, quite a few cities...

Amazon is offering Prime Student subscribers a solid deal on a Music Unlimited plan. Members can gain access to the music streaming service for an extra 99 cents per month. Students who don't have a Prime Student plan can opt for a six-month tri...

By design, school is supposed to challenge you -- to push at the boundaries of your understanding of the world and make you a more well-rounded person. It's not supposed to be easy as much as it is fulfilling, but thankfully, there are ways to m...

A school superintendent in California thought that active shooter drills were getting a little too routine, so he decided to mix things up. To, as he told CBS47 “make sure this was realistic.” The problem? He didn’t alert teachers t...