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I Thought My Father Was a “Garbage Man” But He’s a Chemical Engineer

“I spent most of my childhood thinking my dad was a garbage man,” my college roommate shrugs as we sit and talked over two Frappuccinos, “then…

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Is This the Solution to Student Loan Debt?

Want to go to college, but want someone else to front the bill? The opportunity may be closer than you think. What am I talking about?…

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Why English Majors Should Consider a Career in Public Relations After College

Have you ever thought about writers and how they all seem to share characteristics that pull them away from other people? You know what I’m talking…

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Are You Wrong About Your “Dream Job”?

“Sometimes when you’re looking into the future it can be hard to see where you’re going, but when you look back it kind of all makes…

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24 Things You Need to Know Before Turning 24

Want to know a secret? Today I turn 24. Yep. That means it’s my birthday. That also means it’s been three years since I studied abroad…

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One College Senior Teaches Us How to Be Awesome at Everything

Your college years are the best time to experiment. And sure, for some people that means seeing if you can rock a pink mohawk or a…

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Do We Have to Murder to Get a Job After College?

Do we have to kill to get a job after we graduate? Yes. At least that’s what Jerry Houser, Associate Dean / Director of Career Services…

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Photographs and Psychopaths: Molly’s Life as an Artist

As a second semester sophomore at Santa Clara University, Molly Stark did not know that she would graduate in 2012 with a double major in Art…

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How AfterCollege Made the Job Search Even Easier: Event Notifications

Life is so hard. You have to wake up, pull on a sweatshirt and sweatpants at 10:00 a.m., brush your teeth, grab your backpack, and go…

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How to Make Your Twenties Count

30 is not the new 20? Guess it’s baby-making time! Okay. wait. Let’s slow down. In Dr. Meg Jay’s TED talk, it may sound like she’s…

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