XYZ Textbook Versus Looseleaf; Not A Tight Race

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Do you need to see to believe? Well when it comes to saving money on high quality textbooks, XYZ Textbooks is demonstrating just how easy it can be. In the video below, the price of a looseleaf textbook is compared to the price of an XYZ Textbook. The savings are clear as day, especially when considering most bookstores don’t even … Read More

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Six Tips For Finals Week Success

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Are you taking the necessary precautions when studying for your all-so important final exams? Here are six tips from USA Today for finals week success: Don’t trust your friend who knows “exactly what will be on the test”. While you should definitely take into account what your friend has to say, be sure to cover all the material from the … Read More

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Student Pays For College With Help From Strangers

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While some people get help from mom and dad or grandma and grandpa to pay for college, one student is funding part of his education with donations from total strangers. Jimmy Documet, an 18-year-old student at the University of Connecticut-Stamford who has been working three part-time jobs to get by, is using a “crowdfunding” website to collect money to help … Read More

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What’s On President Obama’s Reading List?

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If you’re looking to do some holiday reading, why not poke your nose into some more presidential choices? The Washington Post reports that President Obama took his daughters Malia and Sasha on an educational shopping spree last week! The family picked up 21 books at Politics and Prose in Northwest Washington which included: “Half Brother” by Kenneth Oppel “Heart of … Read More

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Stress Early, Stress Often?

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Stress ruining your life? Turns out, the unsettling feeling may actually be… good for you. Dr. Kelly McGonigal, a psychologist at Stanford University, reports in a recent TEDTalk (a discussion that is part of a global set of conferences based on technology, entertainment and design) that stress can actually be good for you. Dr. McGonigal cited a study from the … Read More

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