Yearly Archives: 2018







My Classroom Story: Lillian Miller
ProStockStudio / Shutterstock.com Q. What grade and subjects do you teach? I teach third grade in Charleston, South Carolina. On paper I only teach social studies, science, English/language arts and math. In reality, I am also a second mom, nurse, guidance counselor, disciplinarian, and on some days, the person my […]

My Classroom Story: Lillian Miller


Eight Business Leaders Who Went to College
Asier Romero / Shutterstock.com When you hear about Mark Zuckerberg dropping out of Harvard before the booming success of Facebook and about the similar successful dropout stories of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, it might be a tempting thought to follow in their footsteps. Although dropping out worked out for […]

Eight Business Leaders Who Went to College



Seven Electives Everyone Should Take in College
iravgustin / Shutterstock.com Colleges have different policies for when students are allowed to declare their majors, but often it’s not until sophomore year. This gives you plenty of time to take electives, get prerequisite classes out of the way, and explore topics you wouldn’t otherwise consider before you get bogged […]

Seven Electives Everyone Should Take in College






Eight Must-Have Features in Your College Apartment
Artisticco / Shutterstock.com Note: This post was submitted to Student Caffé by Angus Powell. Angus is an entrepreneur and the founder of Linthorpe Hall 248, an apartment building that aims to provide quality accommodations to students at affordable rates. Angus loves to socialize and travel to different cities and small towns […]

Eight Must-Have Features in Your College Apartment


How to Take Advantage of College Orientation
areebarbar / Shutterstock.com As summer progresses, incoming college freshmen (and transfer students!) are getting closer and closer to orientation. At small colleges, orientation often occurs shortly before the start of the semester, maybe a week before everyone else arrives back on campus—you’ll meet your RA, move in to your dorm […]

How to Take Advantage of College Orientation