For baseball fans and players, springtime can only mean one thing: spring training. Every year professional baseball players head to Arizona or Florida to hone their craft. These are professionals mind you, but they continue to spend hours each year
Most people want to work for a caring boss. Not only is it more enjoyable, it’s good for your health, according to research by Stanford professor Jeffrey Pfeffer. Compassion is certainly a hallmark of leadership effectiveness. But can a leader
As a senior in high school, you only apply to college once in your life, so it can be both very exciting and emotionally exhausting. College applications are stressful because missing a single item can jeopardize your chances of admission. Therefore, we have a
It may only be October, but we all know the cold weather of winter is coming. While you’re getting out your heavy coat, take a look at these high-value scholarships for high school students that have deadlines in the late fall
By Heather M. Stocker It’s like looking at a photograph where only a small bit of the picture is discernible, but you can’t tell that what you’re actually looking at. This is what happens when students turn in incomplete assignments.
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