The Benefits Laptops for College StudentsIn modern days, having a laptop is not something fancy anymore. In fact, most new students of any college should have one. Due to this trend, parents usually give laptop for their children as a graduation gift. Those parents realize that laptop will be needed for their education. Due to the high demand of laptop on the stake, manufacturers begin to produce laptops with different specifications. You can get decent laptop specification at an affordable price....more
Are you an electrical engineering student who is seeking for a good laptop to support your study in college..? It can be a little bit hard to recommend as it might be differently consideredd by each individual. We coudn't hope that everybody will have the same flavor, therefore you must consider the laptops as suggestion, not a definitive answer for your query.Read more ...more
Landing a dream internship often leads to compromising on the type of work you are willing to do. You have rights to learn as an intern, not just be treated like an unpaid tea-person. Finding the right placement can be instrumental in achieving your career dreams but that doesn't mean it's ok to settle for the grunt work! ...more
If you had told me a year ago that I would spend my morning filling out paperwork to change my major to marketing, I would have laughed at you and then gone back to working on a chemistry assignment. But life is a funny thing....more
Tony, the landlord, was the undisputed king of the Trafalgar Pub. Every day he could be found leaning on the bar of the ’Traff’, issuing edicts in an Irish accent unadulterated by 20 years of living in Birmingham. There was always a time delay between him speaking to me and getting a reaction, as I tried to work out what he had just said...more
Last night after I wrote in my journal, we all were getting ready for bed and we got in a huge full on pillow fight! Brett, Janie, Pierre, Arturo, Svend, the dork returnee from Brazil, and everyone else! We were throwing pillows, blankets, air matrices, and anything else we could. It was so fun and it went on for 10 to 15 minutes! I got some great photo’s! When we finally did get to sleep at 3am or so, I had one of the greatest sleeps. I slept between Bret and Arturo. It was nice and cozy! Oh, before the pillow fight we were all looking at Photo’s....more
What is it REALLY like to be a PhD student? It's not always what it looks like from the outside looking in. U. Ejiro O. Onomake is a third-year doctorate student who lets us in on a very important secret of in this post.
When I went to school, it was all about getting good grades. I complied. I graduated at the top of everything. Yet, when I entered the work world, very little of that mattered. A career is a whole different ball of wax that standard education doesn't really prepare you for. Christine of The Dirty 30s has a really fascinating take on why good grades aren't everything. She says,
Blogging is one of the most effective ways of learning, readin and writing. Not only is blogging a great avenue for self-expression, it also uses many regions in the brain and thus also helps in studying which makes it a perfect hobby for students. When blogging, students get to use both the right hemisphere of the brain, which is responsible for creative and emotional functions, and the left hemisphere, which is responsible for analytical and logical thinking as well as the researching functions.