Next-Level Ways to Manage Your To-Do List

Next-Level Ways to Manage Your To-Do List

Everyone has their own way of managing tasks on that dreaded to-do list. Some keep a mental register, others use apps, many scrawl on their planners, and some even jot it on their arm with a Sharpie, a la Andy from “Parks & Rec.” For productivity’s sake (especially for those of you in the latter ...

Job Hunting Meets Artificial Intelligence

Job Hunting Meets Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence is transforming the job board space. Increasingly, AI is being used to process online applications and categorize applicants into priority rankings. One example of how the process of applying for jobs is changing can be seen in innovations recently put into place on the icrunchdata job posting platform. The company uses AI to ...

Careers for English Majors

Careers for English Majors

So, despite your parents begging you to go pre-med, you declared a major in English and buried yourself in literature and writing. Good for you! As a college instructor, I encounter a lot of students struggling through majors they aren’t really passionate about, simply because their parents insisted, or because they think they’ll have a ...

Questions to Ask Your Interviewer

Questions to Ask Your Interviewer

Soon, college seniors will begin the job hunt, and other students will start searching for summer work. It’s a great time to review common job interview questions and how to answer them. But what do you do when the interviewer asks if you have any questions? Experts agree that this section of the interview can ...

Writing Hacks from a College Instructor

Writing Hacks from a College Instructor

We’ve all been there—scrambling last minute to come up with an essay worthy of that coveted A. I remember countless nights in the campus library, crouched inside my cubicle, practically weeping into my seemingly bottomless cup of coffee as I tried to argue, articulately and accurately, some overthought thesis. As a graduate student, it would ...