The Education of The Late Queen Elizabeth II

Melissa W.
Queen Elizabeth II died yesterday at Balmoral Castle surrounded by the Royal Family at the age of 96 after a record 70 years on the throne. She wasn’t meant to be Queen when she was born in 1926, but became next in line after her uncle, King Edward VIII, abdicated in 1936, making her father the King. While she undoubtedly lived a very privileged life within the confines of Buckingham Palace, the future Queen needed to be educated to prepare her for her role in the Monarchy.

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Skills-Based Hiring See Upward Trend in 2022

Melissa W.
Are you currently a college student and worried your traditional degree alone won’t help you land a job post-graduation? You’re not alone.

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Top 10 Graduation Songs of 2022

Melissa W.
May is just a few days away which means graduation season is officially here and this might be the most anticipated season yet! Here's a list of the top 10 graduation songs according to Billboard to get your party started now.

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It’s Crunch Time for Spring Graduation Orders!

Melissa W.
Mid-April means it’s crunch time for getting in those orders. We’ve received several emails this week with important questions and we’d like to address those for anyone looking to place orders for graduation recognition products.

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NHL Opt-Out of Beijing Olympics Gives Way to NCAA Athletes to Compete

Melissa W.
It’s widely known that many of the Olympians representing the United States are current and former NCAA athletes, but due to the NHL’s decision to opt-out of competing in Beijing, many college hockey athletes were given the otherwise unlikely chance of a lifetime to take the ice.

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NCAA Student-Athletes are Bejing-Bound for the 2022 Winter Olympics

Melissa W.
The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics kicked off this week and we are so excited to watch! Did you know that out of the 224 athletes representing the United States, nearly 100 once played for NCAA teams in college?! In fact, some are still actively competing in the NCAA!

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The Class of 2022: This is YOUR Year!

Melissa W.
It’s a new year, which means an entirely new class of graduates are getting set to walk across the stage this coming spring, finally getting a chance to turn their tassels from right to left and celebrate their accomplishments in front of family, friends, and classmates. Even better? Many schools have plans for in-person graduation ceremonies, some of which are the first to happen since 2019!

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College Distance Learning Numbers Up During 2021-2022 Academic Year

Melissa W.
It’s no surprise that distance learning numbers for students spiked in 2020-2021, but while many schools are back to in-person instruction, distance learning continues to see a steady increase in popularity while the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.

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