Tabatha Coffey's new book, "It's Not Really About the Hair", tells fans how she became the independent, strong and successful woman she is today. We can all learn a thing or two about ourselves from the title.
But, not only does Tabatha give us valuable advice in her book, but she offered to give YOU one-on-one advice, too.
So, last week we received some great questions from our Facebo [...]
We got slammed in NJ with snow--but not just any snow. This snow was accompanied by thunder AND lightning in some parts of the state. This was some major snowage.
Submit your campus snow pictures at email@example.com and we'll feature them right here on the blog. [...]
We take a variety of classes at college—English, biology, psychology, history. These classes prepare us for our careers and make us all-the-more smarter, but there's one lesson many of us learn the hard way-- How to manage our money. So, for your first lesson in finance, here are some popular misconceptions college students have about money.
Misconception #1: “I Don’t Need a Budget” [...]
You gotta love Tabatha Coffey. The no-nonsense attitude and tenacious personality of the Bravo TV star wins you over in a heartbeat. But how did Tabatha, of "Tabatha's Salon Takeover," gain such independence and strength? She tells all in her new book, "It's Not Really About the Hair".
From tales of her childhood to stories of entrepreneurship, everyone is sure to learn a thing o [...]
In college, we all have roommates we love— or not. So, we want to give a shout out to all the great roommies of the world!
Our first roommate shout out goes to Stephanie G. at Salisbury University from Allison S. Here’s what Allison had to say about her time living with Stephanie:
“She was a fantastic roommate who was genuinely good-hearted but knew how to give me reality checks. [...]
We live in a land of technology. So it should come as no surprise that most employers request job applications to be submitted online or via email. Although this sounds simple enough, there are several blunders job hunters seem to make.
In order to ensure you appear stellar in your e-mailed job application, follow these simple cover letter tips:
1. Use a cover letter. A cover letter is what [...]
Chemistry students in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis are working diligently to change the future of medicine.
Using a process called Distributed Drug Discovery (D3), students are synthesizing molecules that might be used in human clinical trials as drug treatments or cures for neglected diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis. The goal of their effo [...]
Thought you loved Legos as a child? Well, one Ohio State associate professor took his fascination of Legos to the extreme–building an exact replica of Ohio Stadium. Paul M.L. Janseen used his off-office hours to construct this 1:100 scale model which cost roughly $75,000, according Wired. [...]
One math teacher and a promise adds up to a moving story of friendship and commitment.
Tony Apuzzi, a math teacher in the Bronx sold his prize possessions, including signed Yankees baseballs, in order to put a past student through college, according to The Jackson Sun.
Jaselle Ruiz was Apuzzi’s math student when she was about 12 years-old. Raised by her grandparents, Ruiz promised them she [...]
You know that moment when your palms get sweaty, your knees start to shake and you feel like you’re going to throw up (gross...I know)? No, I’m not referring to a first date—I’m talking about the moment you have to get up in front of a crowd of people and give a speech.
The comforting news is, three out of four individuals suffer from speech anxiety, also known as glossophobia, so you' [...]