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By Aimee Hosler | December 18th, 2012
Here are 10 amazing apps to help English majors explore language and literature. These innovations may just revolutionize the way you learn and study.
By Jon Fortenbury | December 11th, 2012
Sharing photos on Pinterest may be a new way for colleges to share information about their schools. These 10 colleges enthusiastically provide fun information about their schools.
By Aimee Hosler | December 4th, 2012
Let the past and present collide. These 10 apps for history majors bring the past to life in vivid detail, with the convenience of your mobile device.
By Maggie Wirtanen | September 24th, 2012
These 10 psychology blogs can help you learn more about the psychology field and some of the interesting topics, new research, and tips and techniques being discussed.
By Maggie Wirtanen | September 11th, 2012
Considering a career in video gaming? Look at our list of 10 colleges for video gamers to see if any of the programs or degree options offered interest you.
By Maggie Wirtanen | August 14th, 2012
Reading a provost's blog can provide you with academic insight into a school. Check out these 10 provost blogs to find out more about a school and about what a provost does and oversees.
By Jill Tyndale | August 2nd, 2012
Summer programs offer a great chance for high school and college students to explore diverse interests, dabble in something new or just brush up on their academic skills. This list of 10 summer college programs offers something for everyone, whether your interests include health care, creative writing or both.
By Maggie Wirtanen | July 18th, 2012
Sometimes a campus visit is worth the trip, but if you can't quite swing that, consider looking at blogs written by college deans to find out more about the school you want to attend of even about opportunities in the field you're considering studying.
By Jill Tyndale | June 12th, 2012
If you want to join the online design conversation, check out our list of ten design professors on Twitter. These frequent tweeters offer sources of inspiration, links to news and events you should be aware of, and opinions about the state of design.