January 2019 Blog Posts (7)

Flu Season Finals: 4 Tips to Help College Kids Avoid Sickness

As the temperatures drop, it's pretty common for a lot of people to get sick. Winter is typically known as the cold and flu season. As a college student, the last thing you need is a relentless case of flu in the middle of the semester. However, there are ways you can make sure you focus on preventing the cold. Consider the following ways you can make…


Added by Emma Sturgis on January 31, 2019 at 19:02 — No Comments

Afghanistan War Project


Added by World Class Schools on January 28, 2019 at 6:30 — No Comments

Step by step guide to writing a research paper.

A research paper is one of the college academic assignments given to critically test and analyze a perspective. Research papers debate ideas with collected evidence to back up an argument. From its critical nature, when working on a research article one is inclined to compile an array of information from a wide spectrum. Relevant information from both primary and secondary sources is put together with the writer's insight to back their argument. Below are some of the guidelines you can…


Added by Rayan Trey on January 26, 2019 at 10:32 — No Comments

Jan. 21 Food For Thought Quick Foods

Taiwan and Iran



Added by World Class Schools on January 21, 2019 at 9:00 — No Comments

A Perfect Guide to Writing a Cause and Effect Essay

Cause and effect essays are popular in college, where they are mostly assigned to deploy the analytical writing skills of students. They are also referred to as result essays where a writer is expected to explore the effect of a particular occurrence or situation. The concept of these papers is to find the underlying reason and results of a case.  When writing these essays, you should know how to structure and also the steps you will follow.

Before you begin the…


Added by Robert Roberts on January 15, 2019 at 9:05 — No Comments

Want to Complete Assignments on Time?

As a student, time is a very precious resource. If you can gain greater control of your time, it means you will have most of your work and priorities done in time, and you will lead a balanced college life. You only need to make sure that your time-spending habits align with your goals and priorities as far as your education is concerned.

Independent living typically starts at the first year level as students start managing multiple responsibilities not just in schools, but in other…


Added by Rayan Trey on January 4, 2019 at 9:29 — No Comments

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