Posts Tagged ‘free’

6 Ways To Go To Concerts For Free

6 Ways To Go To Concerts For Free

You hate Ticketmaster fees? Get in line. No one wants to pay them, but these same people don’t know how to get around them. Here’s the deal, you don’t have to even buy tickets for shows if you’re smart. There are plenty of ways to get around all the drama and still get into the ...

Read Over 40,000 Books for Free with Project Gutenberg

Read Over 40,000 Books for Free with Project Gutenberg

We love eReaders here at HackCollege. Granted, there’s plenty to be said for reading from a traditional paper back, but one of the greatest advantages of the eBook format is how well it works with content licensed under the public domain. 70 years after a book’s author has died, the work itself is considered copyright-free, and may ...

The 5 Best Free-to-Play MMORPGs

The 5 Best Free-to-Play MMORPGs

Some of the best MMORPGS currently available for the frugal college gamer. It’s hard to justify spending $15 on a MMO subscription fee when you’re living off of ramen and energy drinks. Luckily, the free-to-play market has become increasingly competitive in the last year, and a number of pretty quality games, many of which were ...

Class2Go: A New Way of Learning

Class2Go: A New Way of Learning

Stanford University’s new service, Class2Go, is one of the biggest steps in making online education credible to date. Tuition rates have been steadily rising over the past few years, and as a result, education has become a costly endeavor. Luckily, the autodidact has some salvation with the rise of online learning tools like iTunes U and KhanAcademy that enable ...

4 Ways Money Can Buy A Little Happiness

4 Ways Money Can Buy A Little Happiness

I know, I know. The best things in life are free, right? That’s true. You can’t put a price on friends, the sunset, a swim in the ocean or any of the other great things that come without a receipt. But at the same time, a lot of awesome stuff does have price-tags, small or ...

Editing: A test you can’t cheat on

Editing: A test you can’t cheat on

No matter your major, you will be forced to write a paper at least once in your college career.   The problem with writing is that there is always room for improvement. Teachers love to see students take their first draft and rework it until the final. That means that even though you could ...