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Shifting Perspectives Throughout the College Years (Junior)

The Juniors Edition We are now onto the third installment of our changing perspectives series. And it is time to talk to the juniors. Answering These Questions If you have not had a chance to read my previous articles, I really encourage you to check them out. I have been curious to see how perspectives […]


Campus for Non-Sports Related People

Often, college campuses get caught up in the thrill of sports teams. Sports are constantly talked about among the students, faculty, and are even brought up in campus wide emails. This is true for any college but especially Grove City College. Now, I’m not saying sports are bad. Many people love sports… I just don’t […]

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Major Decision

Junior and senior year of high school are extremely stressful for primarily one reason, the constant asking, “where are you going to college?” and “what are you studying?” is enough to cause a student to go crazy. Let me give you three pieces of wisdom that should put your mind at ease and that I […]

Basic Elements of a Financial Plan

As students progress through college, often their mindset shifts from “broke college student” to “young professional.” And their questions shift from “how do I afford pizza next Friday night” to “how am I going to save for retirement?” A financial plan is a sensitive and individualized thing. Different people look at finances differently, and that […]

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Move-in Day: Tips and Tricks

Nothing is more anxiety-inducing to some students than move-in day. Not only are you going to meet a whole swath of new people and make new friends, you have a lot to remember, a lot to do, and oftentimes not a ton of time to do it. This post contains a few helpful tips that […]


Learning by Moonlight: Night Classes

Night classes may sound like something taken by part time students who work during the day, or like a last resort for students who would rather have their evenings free for activities, homework, or extracurriculars. At Grove City College, however, my experience with night classes has been excellent. This post will discuss the upsides of […]


Accounting/Finance Majors: CPA, CMA, CFP, CFA

If you are or considering becoming an accounting and/or finance major, you have probably heard a lot of acronyms thrown around in reference to different professional certifications (read: exams) that you can acquire. This article is aimed at breaking down some of the confusion and clarifying what each one is. This is the first step in […]

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