High Anxiety Among Young AdultsNov 18, 2020
Lauren Rhoads is a high-performing business student at the College of Charleston, the kind who color-codes her to-do list and does the lion’s share of the work in group assignments. This senior business major was cruising through her college career with internships lined up and jobs awaiting until Covid hit.
Saving Money on TextbooksAug 14, 2019
In 38 years, textbook prices skyrocketed three times the rate of inflation. For years, students were a captive audience for booksellers. The College Board estimates that the average student will spend more than $1,200 on textbooks this years.
How LGC’s Fulltime IT Expert Makes Learning BetterJun 19, 2019
Generally speaking, today’s college classrooms are pretty tricked-out with technology. The days of blackboards and overhead projectors are gone, replaced by “smart” boards and screens, and computers to play videos and surf the Internet. It makes teaching and learning easier, but as with any new technology, if anything goes wrong, it can really hamstring the…
How to Prepare for a New SemesterMay 22, 2019
For many, graduate school is an intense experience, very different from their undergraduate years. Whereas college is for many a four-year social experiment punctuated by academics, graduate school tends to focus almost entirely on the work.