Learn How to Deck the Halls at These Top Interior Design Schools

Melissa W.
The holiday season is upon us which means decor is at the forefront! Interior design is all around us. It’s in the wow-factor magazine-worthy celebrity homes and also in the most subtle spots like office buildings and it takes a keen eye to make both look perfect. Looking to up your game in interior design? Check out these top schools!

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Looking to Become a Pharmacist? Check Out These Top College Programs for Pharmacology

Melissa W.
In honor of the CDC signing off on the approval of COVID-19 vaccines for ages 5-11 this week, we wanted to give a nod to all of the pharmacists working around-the-clock to administer them across the country. Pharmacists work so hard and have been stretched thin even before 2020 making the demand high for those looking to enter the field. Here are 5 highly-acclaimed pharmacy schools/pharmacology programs in the US for 2021:

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Tribal Colleges and Universities Integral to United States Success

Melissa W.
Today is Indigenous Peoples Day in the US. It’s a day to honor and celebrate the resilience of Native Americans who occupied the nation first. 

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NFF Hampshire Honor Society Spotlights Football Players Who Excel on the Field and in the Classroom

Melissa W.
While the National Football Foundation promotes talent on the field, they are also interested in how their players excel in the classroom -- The NFF Hampshire Honor Society was formed specifically for athletes setting a great example off the field and in the classroom.

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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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From Olympic Gold to Navy and Orange: Sunisa Lee to Attend Auburn University in the Fall

Melissa W.
Imagine walking around campus and bumping into an Olympic gold medalist?! Well, that might be the case if you’re attending Auburn University this year! After a whirlwind Tokyo Olympics where she won a gold medal in the women’s gymnastics all-around, a silver medal in the women’s gymnastic team all-around, and a bronze medal in the women’s gymnastic uneven bars, Sunisa (Suni) Lee will be attending Auburn in the fall. In fact, she’s already all moved in on campus!

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Wesleyan College: First For Women's Education

Melissa W.
Founded in 1836 as Georgia Female College, Wesleyan College was the first college in the world established to grant degrees to women. It was created after local citizens alongside members of the Methodist Episcopal Church saw growing concern of the current limitations of higher education access for women. Upon opening their doors officially in 1839, Wesleyan was considered progressive for their liberal arts education centered around sciences. 

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The Scientista Foundation and International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Melissa W.
Today is International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a celebration of the integral role women play in science and technology fields. There has been a push in recent years to empower girls and women to find an interest in science, as there has been a decline in women embarking on STEM careers. Organizations like The Scientista Foundation are dedicated to such a cause.

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Kappa Pi: The International Art Honor Society

Melissa W.
We’re all stuck inside a bit more right now and looking for things to do to occupy our time. Art is a great outlet for so many and craft stores have been seeing items fly off their shelves, presumably by those of us looking for a relaxing pastime or something enriching to do with the kids in between virtual learning. Unsurprisingly for Kappa Pi members, art is often seen as a therapy, which is perfect for 2020!

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Chi Epsilon Pi: The Honor Society for Meteorology

Melissa W.
Up in New England where our office is located, the days are getting shorter and the weather is much colder. The rainy day today got us thinking about Chi Epsilon Pi, the honor society for students who dedicate themselves to the study of meteorology!

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