Overview: Missouri State University is a public institution in Springfield. This college is good for students who want to teach or marketing. Missouri State wants students to make their own statements when it comes to college. General Info: 901 S. National Avenue, Springfield, MO 65897 Phone #: (417)-836-5000 Website: http://www.missouristate.edu Cost & Aid: Tuition and Fees (In-state): $7,750 Tuition and Fees (Out-of-state): $15,910 Room and … Continue reading College of the Week: Missouri State University
Overview: Mizzou is a public institution in Columbia where students can find their purpose. This college is good for students wanting to go into engineering, or a scientific field. Students can even travel the world while earning college credit. General Info: 230 Jesse Hall, Columbia, MO 65211 Phone #: (573)- 882- 2121 Website: http://www.missouri.edu Cost & Aid: Tuition & Fees(Missouri Residents): $11,252 Housing & Dining: … Continue reading College of the Week: University of Missouri (Mizzou)
Frozen 2 is a film that families will go and see. Kids, adults, older people, everyone. The monstrous success of the first one still carries on today, with songs from the first still blaring through the speakers of my car while my “Christmas Music” playlist is on shuffle. This movie is not great, and it hurts me to say that because I do like the … Continue reading Frozen 2: Review
Should college students room with their friends? The answer is no in my opinion, because you don’t know your friends’ habits. According to fastweb.com, they state that there are pros and cons when it comes to finding a roomate. Here are some pros and cons of being roomates with your best friend: Pros: You already know each other, you and your friend can plan your … Continue reading College Advice: Should College Students Room with their Friends?
The 2010’s have been a set of incredible years for film. With new talent emerging every year, the industry is only growing. As the decade comes to a close, I thought it might be fun to recap some of the best films of the 2010’s. Friendly Reminder: These are all my own opinion, and film is extremely subjective. Honorable Mentions: Inception Get Out Her Whiplash … Continue reading Top 10 Movies of The Decade
Overview: Maryville University is a private college. The campus is great for students who want to go into the medical field. This college is 100 percent focused on a students’ success. They empower their students to build their own successful career. General Info: 650 Maryville University Dr. St. Louis, MO 63141 Phone #: (314)- 529- 9300 Website: http://www.maryville.edu Cost & Aid Tuition and fees: $28,470 … Continue reading College of the Week: Maryville University
It’s getting close to December which means two things: it’s almost winter break and it’s almost time for semester one final exams. Although final exams can get some of us all feeling a bit nervous, how much does an exam actually affect your grade? It seems as if some of us spend hours of studying for these exams, but when the exam scores come in, … Continue reading Should Final Exams Be Worth More?
Is this an “and” or an “or” situation? There is almost nothing more stereotypical about an American highschool other than social cliques. There’s the jocks, the nerds, the “popular” boys/ girls, the floaters, the emo/Goths, the loners. Each group typically stays to themselves, and why is that? Does one think they are better than the other? Is there a deep rooted hate from the ancestor … Continue reading Social Cliques
Winter is better than Summer I personally disagree Continue reading Unpopular opinion of the week
The people you see every single day at school are just people you “know of.” The reason I say this is because we go every single day seeing these people in our classes, but we don’t actually know them. Have you ever thought to go up to someone you’ve never talked to? Then again we see them every day so that means we know them … Continue reading You don’t know me, here’s why…