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13 things every first year student should know

13 things every first year student should know

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Just some pearls of wisdom from former students to make your campus experience a little easier:) View [+]
10 Days in Branson's Brain: Day 8

10 Days in Branson's Brain: Day 8

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Lesson 9: Don’t Do It If It’s Not Fun. Branson wears a smile pretty much all the time. He laughs naturally. And radiates happiness. Zero doubt: he loves his life – and all that’s in it (George Clooney said he’d swap his life for Richard Branson’s – much to the delight of Richard’s wife). The lesson for us: life’s just too short to be doing work that destroys your soul. This is the best time in the history of the world to become an entrepreneur. Find work you adore. And get busy changing the world with it. View [+]
Class2Go: A New Way of Learning

Class2Go: A New Way of Learning

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Stanford University’s new service, Class2Go, is one of the biggest steps in making online education credible to date. Tuition rates have been steadily rising over the past few years, and as a result, education has become a costly endeavor. Luckily, the autodidact has some salvation with the rise of online learning tools like iTunes U and KhanAcademy that enable the free disbursement of knowledge on the internet. Now, a new initiative by Stanford University called Class2Go has been announced by Stanford University, which will allow online students to view full course materials as well as videos of lectures in a wide range of subjects that include computer networks, solar energy fuel cells, and entrepreneurialism. While the site is still under construction, the first course, An Introduction to Computer Networks, is set to become available on October 8th. View [+]
Keep Calm And Carry On

Keep Calm And Carry On

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School can be stressful. Campus even more so. Anxiety can be simply defined as a state of uneasiness of apprehension. However, for those that struggle with severe anxiety or Anxiety Disorders this state of uneasiness overwhelms them: body, mind and soul. I recently heard a psychologist refer to Anxiety as a product of not being attuned or connected to the present moment. Anxiety is maintained by having one foot in the past, in past fears or situations, and one foot in the future — of assumed threats or fears. When a person is entirely focused on the past and future, they actively avoid the present. They may avoid social situations, certain people, difficult tasks, job responsibilities, or even certain foods that cause anxiety in an effort to minimize this anxiety. View [+]
The Dos & Don'ts of Picking Which Campuses To Apply To

The Dos & Don'ts of Picking Which Campuses To Apply To

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The right campus should fit you just like your favorite pair of jeans. If you’re comfortable and feel great, it will enhance your best features. Many collegians would agree that picking the school for them would have been a whole lot easier with a few, easy-to-follow dos and don’ts. With all the fantastic schools out there, it’s hard not to be overwhelmed with all the choices. Take a deep breath, we’re here to help. View [+]
10 Day in Branson's Brain: Day 6

10 Day in Branson's Brain: Day 6

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Lesson 6: Build Your Brand. Richard Branson gets branding. He knows what he – and the Virgin name – stands for. Fun. Good Value. Strong customer service. And so at every possible opportunity, he evangelizes all it stands for. Oh, and he’s also clearly a master of getting attention. From hot air balloon adventures that made global news to showing up at a press conference nearly naked to promote Virgin Mobile. View [+]
Competition to design UKZN med school logo announced

Competition to design UKZN med school logo announced

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An international competition to design the University of KwaZulu-Natal's new medical teaching hospital was announced in Durban by Motsoaledi. The competition, sponsored by the International Academy for Design and Health, was expected to save the government between R300 and R500 million on design fees. The new Nelson R Mandela Medical School and Hospital will replace the university's current medical school, also named Nelson R Mandela, which is attached to the King Edward VIII hospital. View [+]
What Would College In The Cloud Be Like?

What Would College In The Cloud Be Like?

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Let’s face it, the world of paper and pencil are over. Technology has advanced so fast in recent years that it’s hard to keep up with. These advances make life easier in many ways. They can also be extremely helpful to college students. One promising new advancement that has risen in popularity over the past few years is the cloud. This little bit of technology can prove useful to the tech-savvy college student in many ways. View [+]

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