Keeping the Summer Mind

by Esther Ng Chances are, the end of semester brings a huge relief to us as students. Summer is here, and it’s time to play! Or so we think. If you have graduated, congratulations of having made it this far. You’re now taking a whole different step into another world, unless you’re choosing to keep

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Four Myths about Finals Week

by Esther Ng It’s the time that every student loves and dreads. Finals week means the extra of everything we hate about college– extra studying, extra caffeine-loaded all-nighters, extra weight put on from lack of exercise, extra stress from wondering if you’ll make it to the end of the semester in one piece. But hey,

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4 Simple Ways to Maximize Productivity

by Esther Ng It’s almost a cliche saying to state, “you need better time management” to a struggling college student. But what does it really mean to “manage your time”? How do you juggle the amount of homework, school, (and in some cases)work, co curricular activities, your health, and a social life to boot? There’s

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Marketing Your Scholarship

by Esther Ng   Congratulations! You’ve managed to create a scholarship of your own– and you’re ready to hand it to a potential applicant who really, really needs it. Aside from helping out students with the burden of tuition fees, many scholarship donors want to see these young buds develop, grow, and give back to

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Scholarships in the Digital Age

by Esther Ng   We currently live in an age where memes rule the internet, people market their small businesses online, social media groups can be used to sell things, and people are basically glued to their mobile phones. It’s no wonder that more and more folks are turning to the world wide web for

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Upping Your Writing Game!

by Esther Ng Most scholarships that are being offered usually have some kind of writing element to it. This, however, does not include filling out the application form, for obvious reasons. Whether merit-based, need-based, or creative-based, most types of scholarships will require that the applicant submit a response to a specific prompt. As mentioned in

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