How to Choose a College Major When the Options Seem Overwhelming

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

If you're overwhelmed by the hundreds of programs, concentrations, and other degree options out there, this real-world advice on how to choose a major will help. read more

5 Reasons Why You Need a Liberal Arts Education

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

You may wonder why it's necessary to take classes outside your field of study, aka liberal arts courses. But the liberal arts are in fact useful. Here are five reasons why. read more

Careers for Students Who Want to Make a Difference in the World

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Freelance Writer

If you want to help people with your future career, you need to take a look at this list. And get ready to make a difference in the world. read more

Why I Decided to Change My Major. Again.

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Student, Johns Hopkins University

Ramya is changing her major again, y'all. It's the right decision for her...and when you read her story, you'll understand. read more

Need a Quick Study Break From Finals? Check These Out

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Assistant Editor, Carnegie Communications

Finals got you stressed? Check out these stress-busting tips, games, and other fun stuff. Because you *need* a break. read more

Pros and Cons of Declaring a Major On Your College Applications

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Editor-in-Chief, Carnegie Communications

What does declaring your major on your college applications really mean and, more importantly, should you do it? read more

How Your Potential Major Can Influence Your College Search

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Student, iSchool High

Many factors go into finding the right college, from academic rigor to scholarships offered to sports. But where does your college major fit in? read more

Math Majors and Potential Jobs

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Math is at the heart of most sciences--or the heart of everything, depending on who you talk to. When you love math, you see the beauty in numbers. Studying mathematics and pursuing jobs that rely on it will allow you to explore those intricacies for the rest of your days in many varied fields. read more

English, Writing, and Literature Majors and Potential Jobs

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"My aim is to put down on paper what I see and what I feel in the best and simplest way." So said Hemingway, and so you may feel as well. If you're interested in pursuing writing and literature in college and as a career, keep reading! read more

The Art of Studying in College

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Student, Occidental College

No matter what their major is, every college student will have to learn the art of studying at some point in their college career. Use these tips to get ahead of the curve. read more