College Laundry Habits

College Laundry Habits

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Growing Education Divide in Cities
College graduates are more unevenly distributed in the top 100 metropolitan areas now than they were four decades ago. More adults have bachelor’s degrees, but the difference between the most and least educated metro areas is double what it was in 1970.

Growing Education Divide in Cities

College graduates are more unevenly distributed in the top 100 metropolitan areas now than they were four decades ago. More adults have bachelor’s degrees, but the difference between the most and least educated metro areas is double what it was in 1970.
Posted 2 years ago
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Do College Freshmen Feel Academically Prepared for Classes?

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Do College Freshmen Feel Academically Prepared for Classes?

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Words used in commencement speeches

If you’ve visited YouTube in the past couple of weeks, you’ve probably  noticed the links to this year’s commencement speeches by all the famous  people (Conan O’Brien’s at Dartmouth has been my favorite so far). Most speakers seem to base a lot on their  own experiences, but they tend to revolve around the same themes like  meeting challenges, don’t fear failure, and love what you do. Of course,  there’s still plenty of variance across speeches though.

Words used in commencement speeches

If you’ve visited YouTube in the past couple of weeks, you’ve probably noticed the links to this year’s commencement speeches by all the famous people (Conan O’Brien’s at Dartmouth has been my favorite so far). Most speakers seem to base a lot on their own experiences, but they tend to revolve around the same themes like meeting challenges, don’t fear failure, and love what you do. Of course, there’s still plenty of variance across speeches though.

Posted 3 years ago
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The Post-Grad Hipster’s Guide to Inhabitable U.S. Cities. 
Since you all liked the last hipster map we posted so much, here’s a lark from Wesleyan University student blog Wesleying.

The Post-Grad Hipster’s Guide to Inhabitable U.S. Cities. 

Since you all liked the last hipster map we posted so much, here’s a lark from Wesleyan University student blog Wesleying.

Posted 3 years ago
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