One Student's Opinion of Harvard University

One Student's Opinion of Harvard University

Josef earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Harvard University. He specializes in psychology tutoring, Spanish tutoring, and a number of other subjects. Below, he shares his experience at Harvard University. Describe the campus setting and transportation options.  Josef: The college campus setting was inspiringly picturesque, boldly embodying through its historic architecture Harvard’s timeless global role as the foundational brick-and-mortar exemplar of Western education. Because the college was founded within and built around the city of Cambridge, Harvard’s unique Ivy League campus boasts both urban and su ... Read More About One Student's Opinion of Harvard University

3 Easy (and Educational) Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

3 Easy (and Educational) Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

The Thanksgiving holiday provides a special opportunity to encourage student reflection on all the things they’re thankful for, and craft projects are an excellent medium for children to make the most of this season. There are many easy—yet educational—Thanksgiving crafts for kids, including composing thankfulness poems, creating menus for a Thanksgiving meal, and designing gratitude cards. Keep reading to learn three easy (and educational) Thanksgiving crafts for kids. 1. Write a thankfulness poem Ask your child to write and illustrate a thankfulness poem, detailing what they’re grateful for this Thanksgiving. This T ... Read More About 3 Easy (and Educational) Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

University of Wisconsin-Madison: A Student Interview

University of Wisconsin-Madison: A Student Interview

Samantha earned her bachelor’s degree in microbiology and genetics from University of Wisconsin-Madison. She specializes in algebra tutoring, anatomy tutoring, and a number of other subjects. Below, she shares her experience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Describe the campus setting and transportation options.  Samantha: The campus is very easy to navigate, and is right next to the state capitol and downtown. Madison is very bike-friendly, and there’s a bus system that can get you anywhere you need to go. The university provides students with bus passes each semester. It’s very difficult to own and use a car o ... Read More About University of Wisconsin-Madison: A Student Interview

What Every College Student Should Know About Citations

What Every College Student Should Know About Citations

Regardless of your course of study, an inevitable aspect of your college studies will involve composing papers and essays. In order to successfully compose these essays, it’s key to properly cite your sources. However, this involves more than simply giving credit where credit is due. It’s about joining an academic conversation that you, a student, are as much a part of as these established scholars. As a college student, it’s important to understand citation styles, note the varying types of citations, and learn how to use citations throughout the entirety of the writing process. Looking to gain a better understanding of cit ... Read More About What Every College Student Should Know About Citations

What is it Like to Attend Knox College?

What is it Like to Attend Knox College?

Rachel earned her bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Knox College. She specializes in AP Human Geography tutoring, SAT Reading tutoring, and a number of other subjects. Below, she shares her experience at Knox College: Describe the campus setting and transportation options.  Rachel: Knox College is located in Galesburg, a small city in western Illinois. Since Galesburg is small, many things that Knox students like to do are within a reasonable walking distance from the school. The campus dominates a sleepy section of the town about four blocks away from the Galesburg Amtrak station. Since the Amtrak goes to Chicago (abo ... Read More About What is it Like to Attend Knox College?