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My Classroom Story: Elizabeth Wallace
MicroOne / Shutterstock.com Q. What grades and subjects did you teach? I taught mostly high school, but have experience teaching from seventh grade through community college. I taught AP [Advanced Placement] German 1, AP and IB [International Baccalaureate] French, English grades 7–12, and business administration at the college level in […]

My Classroom Story: Elizabeth Wallace





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 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


What should not go on a resume?
DRogatnev / Shutterstock.com Note: This post was submitted to Student Caffé by Mary Whitman. Mary Whitman, who has a master of arts degree, is a freelance writer and blogger based in Adelaide, South Australia. In her spare time, she enjoys talking about sustainable development and writing essays. We would like […]

12 Things You Should Not Put on Your Résumé