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5 Lessons I Learned In My First Year At A Liberal College

I’m nearing the end of my freshman year at Wellesley College, a Seven Sisters college just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Alma mater to Hillary Clinton, the school has been called a "liberal bubble" by WGBH. The school community – students, professors, administrators, alumnae – is quite left-leaning, with many students [...]

6 Best Books For The Overwhelmed Career Woman

Books can do magical things. There are millions of them out there and there is one for every feeling and one perfect for every situation you're experiencing. I'm early in my career, often overwhelmed by what I've taken on, and always looking for guidance from those who have really lived [...]

10 Reasons High School Women Should Get Involved in Distinguished Young Women

Distinguished Young Women, or DYW, is a scholarship program that rewards young women for their academic achievement through a program that includes fitness, academics, talent, and self-expression. It provides millions of young women significant scholarship opportunities, and for me, allowed me to attend college debt free. Distingushed Young Women's mission [...]

7 Essentials That Will Help You Slay Your Online Classes

When I started my masters program back in August, it was my first time ever taking an online class. All thirty-six classes of my undergraduate career took place in a wood-paneled classroom or under-heated lecture hall, so an adjustment had to be made. I talked to a lot of people [...]

You Got Rejected From Your Dream College. Now What?

It happened to me last March. I refreshed my Harvard applicant platform at exactly the time decisions were released. An update had been posted to my account. I clicked with bated breath. “Dear Jennifer, thank you for applying to Harvard. We regret to inform you…” I set my eyes on [...]

6 Ways To Push Yourself On Campus This Semester

With first semester coming to a close, there are a lot of opportunities that many people feel they missed out on, or things that they wish they would have done better. Here are 6 ways to step outside of your comfort zone next semester and push yourself to ensure that [...]

5 Things I Learned About America from Living Abroad

Ask anyone what tops their bucket list and most will say ‘study abroad’ or something of the like. I am one of those people and I am writing today to talk about what I would consider a very unique experience of my time living abroad for four months. As part [...]

Rock Your Finals: 14 Study Tips for The College Student

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” --Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities. These words ring true for college kids everywhere! The period between Thanksgiving break and winter vacation is stressful. The holidays are right around the corner, but we face one not-so-merry obstacle [...]

Harvard Student Forced Out Of Apartment For Legally Owned Guns

Washington Free Beacon reported Friday that a Harvard University graduate student was asked to move out of her apartment during finals week, after her roommates searched her apartment and found legally owned guns. Leyla Pirnie’s landlord, Dave Lewis, said “Since it's clear that Leyla wants to keep her firearms, it [...]

How She Got That Internship: Isabel’s Internship At The White House

How She Got That Internship is a series that highlights conservative women’s internships in various organizations and positions to inspire the next generation of conservative women to lead. Did you, or a young woman that you know, have an internship experience you want to share with our readers? Submit it in this form and [...]