College of the Week: Fontbonne University

Overview: Fontbonne University is a liberal arts Roman Catholic university. This college is good for students who want to go into theatre and art programs. General Info: 6800 Wydown Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63105 Phone #: 314-862-3456 Website: http://www.fontbonne.edu Cost & Aid: Cost before financial aid: $39,597 Cost after financial aid: $25,125 Financial aid is available. This college does take students from the A+ Program. … Continue reading College of the Week: Fontbonne University

Introvert or Extrovert?

I feel like just about everybody asks this question at least once in their life. For those of you who for some odd reason, do not know what an introvert or extrovert is, it’s basically something that defines how you socialize in the world. Introverts are independent, quiet, insecure, and reserved while extroverts are outgoing, confident, loud, and prefer to be the center of attention. … Continue reading Introvert or Extrovert?

College of the Week: Columbia College

Overview: Columbia college is a private non-profit school in Columbia, MO. This college is good for students who want to go into science or liberal arts. General Info: 1001 Rogers Street  Columbia, MO 65216 Phone #: (573) 875- 7352 Website: http://www.ccis.edu Cost & Aid: Tuition rate: $22,704 per year of attending Here is a list of scholarships that students can qualify for. These are automatic … Continue reading College of the Week: Columbia College

Final Op-Ed | Summer Is Superior | 12/19/19

A popular opinion about winter is that it’s the most “festive” time of the year. And in some cases I would agree with that, because it includes Christmas- the birth of our Lord and savior- when we sit around a Christmas tree and bestow thoughtful gifts on those we love. Thanksgiving where we stuff our bellies till we feel ill, and give thanks to whom … Continue reading Final Op-Ed | Summer Is Superior | 12/19/19

Why is College Education Important?

Some say that it is good for your future, and others say that it is just easier to start working at a job. Good reasons to go to college is to further your education and experience, some jobs require college, and you can meet people from different backgrounds, or countries. College is good for your future.   69.7 percent of high school students go to … Continue reading Why is College Education Important?

Education After Middle School

In my opinion, after middle school, students should take classes focused in their future careers. I think it is unnecessary to continue being taught certain areas of education if you’re never going to use those in the future. It is a waste of time, and the time you’re wasting could be put towards your career goal.  Speaking on classes that should not be needed, for … Continue reading Education After Middle School