- Maintain a Budget
- Keep a Record of Your Spending
- Get Along with Roommates
- Be Productive About Stress
- Consider Greek Life
- Find Cheap Textbooks
- Always RENT Textbooks; Never OWN
- Use Technology to Manage College Life Success
- Less Is More When Packing For College
- Fight the Freshman 15
- Don’t Mix Alcohol with Social Media
- Get Into an Internship
- Attend Conventions
- Date Co-Ed with the Richest Dad
- Do Homework
- Avoid Early Classes As Much As Your Degree Allows
As a college graduate of the University of Florida and Columbia University, I am VERY pro-affirmative action. Without it, I would NOT have graduated CUM LAUDE from UF or be the YOUNGEST to graduate in my class at Columbia!!
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Roland Martin talks to Georgetown Professor Cheryl Cashin about education and affirmative action. Her new book, ‘Race Not Place’ is out now.
“I’m very pro-affirmative action and trying to save it from assault. You can be the Valedictorian of your high school but get ignored by Universities,” Chasin said.
Click the link to hear the rest of the interview!
So before you whine about another non-required book that it’s a waste of your time because you are already graduating . . .