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100 Things You Need to Do Before Graduating From a College in Boston

by Jessica Tomer

You're going to need all four years. Trust. read more

Second Chances: How a Low Undergraduate GPA Affects Graduate Admissions

by Jessica McCann

So, your undergraduate GPA is...eh. And now you're applying to grad schools with a number that doesn't reflect your drive. What to do? read more

Make Your Internship Work For You

by Paul Freiberger

There's value to be found in almost any internship. You just need to know where to look for it read more

6 Tips for Surviving Your First Year as a Teacher

by Manya Chylinski

No matter how well prepared you are academically, your first year teaching is very likely to be overwhelming. But thrilling. And definitely survivable. read more

What to Expect in a Criminal Justice Career

by Jasmine Howard

Bottom line? Real police work is not "as seen on TV." read more

Employee Tuition Assistance Programs: The Perks and the Catch

by Emily Lemiska

Tuition assistance is a great perk. But it's still important to know what you're signing up for. read more

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DePaul University's College of Law was one of the first law schools in Illinois to admit women and Jewish students.

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