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5 Things To Know Before Taking The GRE

So you’re thinking about graduate school. That means your next standardized test of choice will probably be the GRE. To break It down a bit, the LSAT is for law school, the GMAT is for business school, and the GRE is for other masters programs. Like taking the SAT or ACT [...]

5 Ways To Handle Political Bias In A University Classroom

Every person, Republican or Democrat, is biased when thinking and/or discussing political views. Recently, political bias has infiltrated classrooms on universities across the country. In fact, it is being reported on more and more. As a current Ph.D. student and adjunct instructor at Texas Tech University, I have seen political [...]

5 Things To Know Before Taking The LSAT

The Law School Admission Test, also known as the LSAT, is the test that almost all law schools in the United States require. The test is scored from 120 to 180. It is multiple choice questions with an unscored writing sample at the end. There are five sections, but only [...]

10 Best Pens for Note Taking

I personally love pens. I am a stationary addict, honestly. These pens range pricey to cheaper and from gel to rollerball to ballpoint to fine liner to marker. These are the top 10 pens to use for note taking! Zebra Sarasa Clip These pens write so smoothly, and they are [...]

15 Best Gifts For The Recent Graduate

It’s graduation season and you know what that means…gifts. We’ve all been on the receiving end of some great and some not-so-great graduation gifts through the years. Whether you’re giving your parents a list of potential gifts, shopping for a sibling or cousin or significant other, or just browsing for [...]

5 Ways to Meet Other Conservative Women

For young conservative politicos, making like-minded friends on college campuses can be tricky. In the age of social media and expanded campus involvement, it’s just a little bit easier. By using your networks effectively, you can find conservative friends on and off your specific campus. Find a conservative group on [...]

7 Ways To Continue Building Your Resume This Semester

While many wait for summers to build their resumes, the truth is that you can build your resume all year long. School semesters are already busy, however, by working toward your career at the same time, you will get to where you want to be faster. Here are seven ways [...]

If I Could Do College All Over Again

Life is a tricky thing - in the moment, time drags by, but as a whole, it absolutely flies. I just toasted to the last 100 days of my college career. I’m blown away by how quickly this day has arrived. As I look back over the past five (yes, [...]

6 Must Know Tips And Tricks To Writing A Killer Essay

As a senior English major wrapping up the major, I can tell you that I’ve written a lot of essays through the years, across a variety of disciplines, and I’ve learned a lot of tricks and tips to make the entire process easier. Nothing can compensate for hard work and [...]

Why You Should Get Involved With YAF

Joining Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) was one of my better life decisions. When I was a freshman, I remember entering my student organization fair looking for a conservative organization to join. I’d already stalked all the different organizations my school had to offer. In fact, I had composed a [...]