5 Ways to De-Stress from School
Mar31

5 Ways to De-Stress from School

Studying for numerous exams and sitting through long classes which you may not necessarily care about can be stressful and boring. This is often the case with studying for exams as well. Here are five tips to help you de-stress from school. Reading for Enjoyment There’s a chance you’ve been reading a lot of complex or uninteresting material that probably doesn’t really spark your interest and is required for your classes. Why not take...

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6 Ways I Paid for My Dream College
Mar30

6 Ways I Paid for My Dream College

One of the biggest deterrents for people about going to college is the cost. At face value, $60,000 is a huge sum of money, and most high school students or recent grads barely make enough money to fill their gas tanks. So how are we expected to come up with all that money? Well, I know how I managed to afford tuition at Syracuse University for four years, but my path is certainly not the only one. Hopefully, after reading this,...

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Completing Your First Job Application
Mar29

Completing Your First Job Application

By Shannon Phillips, Employment and Training Specialist at Cortland Works Career Center For most job seekers, the job application is the first impression you make upon an employer. Whether the application is in person or online, there are a few general tips you need to follow. Provide complete information – Read the entire application before you start writing. Make sure you’re writing in the right place. Do not leave areas blank if...

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Monday Morning Noyze
Mar28

Monday Morning Noyze

Monday Morning Noyze is a new segment that will cover the most important news headlines from the past weekend. It’s hard to stay up to date on all the news that happens, but we are here to help a little. Incase you missed it, here are the top stories that made headlines this weekend The Presidential Race: Trump is still in the lead for the Republican Party, followed by Cruz and Kasich. Clinton is still dominating the Democratic Party,...

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DIY Easter Candy
Mar25

DIY Easter Candy

Easter Sunday is only a few days away, which means prep time begins now.  You’ll be spending a lot of time with family, which means food.  If you want to spruce up a typical dessert, check out these ideas below. Bunny Dirt Pudding:  This fun treat costs under $10 to make and takes 20 minutes in total to make!  All you need is  1 box of instant pudding, 2 cups of milk, 1 cup coconut, green food coloring, 1 box of mini...

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