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Five Tips for Better Time Management

By Lucy Alexander Between taking classes, volunteering, internships, and work, it can get tough to get everything done. With only so many hours in a day, you want to make sure you do as much you can! Here are five tips to help ensure that you have enough time to …

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Bridging the Gap: Graduating in America

By Gao Qinglian Last Thursday, June 13th, I completed my two-year masters study at the University of Washington Evans School of Public Affairs. In Dean Sandra Archibald’s opening address, she mentioned the strong Chinese representation in the school and how it was a sign of globalization. There are 25 Chinese …

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Social Entrepreneurship Is Bringing Purpose To Higher Education

By Robin Pendoley (@robinpendoley), co-founder and CEO of Thinking Beyond Borders. Higher education in the United States is facing a crisis. The rising cost of tuition is often how this crisis is defined, but when we listen carefully to the discourse, a different issue emerges: students, parents and employers are all …

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Youth Joblessness: The Logos and Mythos

By Sridutt Nimmagadda             Every month, a new horror story pops out in the financial section of the daily news concerning the rising figures of unemployment of recent college graduates. According to the Associated Press, more than half of America’s recent college graduates are either …

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