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Finally, after some much needed arranging, we are now coming back as an active website! Please check out our blog on MONDAY for a brand new post!

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Tuesday Tips – College Tips Pt. 1

There are some ways that you can not only survive, but thrive in the world of college. After talking with several recent college grads, here is a look at how these people survived college.

Part 1
Kristin M., MI (Summa Cum Laude, B.S.)

You really need to balance your studies with your social life. Social life provides an outlet to relieve stress. You can make great friends as well. However, join academic clubs as well. This allows you to become connected with employers, expand your contacts, and guide you on your field of study. Go to your professor’s office and make yourself noticed. This will improve your grades, and possibly provide many letters of recommendation!”

Return next week to read part 2!

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Tuesday Tips – Books You Should Read Pt. II

Last time on Tuesday Tips, we asked what books you would recommend for the top books you should read before you die. Here are the top responses we received:

1. 1984 – George Orwell

This book may not have come true, however, many of the ideas that are presented in this book connect to the present day. This bizarre book will either leave you fulfilled or completely baffled and angry! Take a risk and see if you love or hate this book!

2. The Lord of the Rings – J.R.R. Tolkien

This book received overwhelming support from our readers, and if you haven’t heard of it by now, you have been living under a rock. This may be one of the greatest modern adventures written in the English language. J.R.R. truly paid attention to the details when creating his world of Middle Earth.

3. Anything By Steven King

We received so many suggestions for numerous novels by Steven King that when combined together, they outnumbered the two novels above. Therefore, we decided that Mr. King should receive the honor of the number three spot, despite not necessarily having a novel in the top 3. His books tend to be odd and sometimes disturbing, but they will hook you in the first chapter. 


TechChatter – 5 Programs Every College Student Needs

So anyone in college knows how expensive a computer can be. They also know how expensive programs necessary for college students are on a computer. However, I always get asked two questions: what is the cheapest word processor, and what is the best anti-virus? Here are the answers!


1. Office 365 for Students By Microsoft

Not only is this much cheaper than buying the full version of Microsoft Office, but it updates automatically to the latest version of office, and gives you many more options for sharing your documents between networks and computers. Also, it  comes with practically every Office product!

2. Norton Antivirus By Systematic

This is the best antivirus software out there, and for some reason college students are most likely to loose a computer due to a virus. Remember also to update your computer.