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Touchdown, History! A Tour of the University of Notre Dame

Touted one of the best college towns in the U.S. by Livability and dedicated to faith no less than scientific knowledge, the University of Notre Dame has a unique spirit and vibrancy that radiates the moment you walk its grounds. Located in Notre Dame, Ind., adjacent to the city of South Bend, the beautiful grounds are home to one of the […]

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Making Friends in a New City

When we were kids, all it took to make a new friend was sharing your snacks with the kid beside you on the playground and, fortunately, that kind of bond could last right up until everyone graduated high school and headed off to the college or university of their choice or, even longer, until everyone […]

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6 Awesome Back-To-School Apps to Rock Your Semester

The start of a new school year is an exciting, yet busy time for students across the country. As many gear up for another semester full of homework, projects, tests and assigned readings, technology has never been more useful to the enterprising student looking to organize their day-to-day studies and heavy course loads with the help of their […]

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7 Snacks That Are Perfect for Back to School

Somehow we’re entering September and back to school time in just a few days. I’m not really sure how to it happened but before we know it this heat will be gone and we’ll all be wearing our heavy jackets and boots while wondering if we’ll ever not be freezing again. Along with the cold […]

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Film Noir with a Touch of Class: TCM’s “Summer of Darkness” Now in Session!

In mid-May, it was announced that the Peabody Award-winning television network, Turner Classic Movies would collaborate with one of the nation’s best public institutions, Ball State University on the Canvas Network for a free online course studying film noir, open to the general public.

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You Are Not Your Diploma: Why Your Degree May Not Dictate Your Job

For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a teacher.  My parents love to tell the story about how, when I was small, I would line up my stuffed animals and dolls and “teach” them.  Even before I could speak in complete sentences I was trying to teach my Cheer Bear […]

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