Tips for Public Speaking: Part 2

Tips for Public Speaking: Part 2

In Tips for Public Speaking: Part 1, we showed you how to become an accomplished speaker by setting aside your stage-fright. In the second part, we’ll describe how to prepare and plan effective deliveries. Despite the inherent discomfort it causes in students, public speaking is an essential skill that must be mastered. The ability to ...

Make Your Student Organization Relevant

Make Your Student Organization Relevant

Maybe you’re in a sorority or a fraternity and you’re looking for new ways to engage with potential members. Or maybe you’re in a student organization that is brand new to campus and you’re trying to build credibility with the community. Don’t know how to take your organization to the next level? Look no further. ...

Why You Should: Ditch Your Data Plan

Why You Should: Ditch Your Data Plan

A few years ago, we wrote about options for getting rid of your cell phone contract to save money. While that is certainly still an excellent option for your budget, today we’re going to take it one step further: get rid of smartphone data entirely. The Cost of Data The average individual cell phone bill ...

Things I Wish I’d Done Differently in College

Things I Wish I’d Done Differently in College

If there’s anything I’ve learned throughout my undergraduate years, it is the importance of being critical of advice. I’ve also learned that no matter what you decide to do and how comfortable you are in those decisions, hindsight has the ability to bring forth some perspective and regret. Below is a list of my top ...

HackCollege Investigates: Campus Library

HackCollege Investigates: Campus Library

This article is a part of a series where Hack College writers investigate different parts of campus life in order to provide readers with  information on how you can use this service better while in college. Stay tuned for other parts of campus. Many college students go their entire college career without having visited the ...

Niche Careers: International Educator

Niche Careers: International Educator

It has been about seven months since I decided to leave the only life I’d ever known in the US to move to South Korea to teach English. The reason for my move was part practical and part whimsical. On one hand, I wanted to get teaching experience in order to decide if it could ...