5 Easy Ways to Prepare for the GRE and GMAT
Apr23

5 Easy Ways to Prepare for the GRE and GMAT

Deciding to go to graduate school is a huge life decision that can open the door to greater possibilities and job opportunities. One of the most significant challenges prospective students face occurs before they even begin graduate school. This challenge is getting in. Most graduate schools require test scores from ETS’s GRE or the GMAT. Both tests are comprised of similar structures as well as similar subjects. GRE: Analytical...

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Sharing a Love of Poetry With the Community
Apr17

Sharing a Love of Poetry With the Community

Poet laureate isn’t a term that is heard every day. But, whoever holds this prestigious title plays a significant role in the development of a state’s accessibility to the arts and literature. The poet laureate is appointed by the state to serve as its consultant on poetry. Along with this title, the poet laureate seeks to advance the understanding and integration of poetry within the classroom. George Kalamaras, newly appointed...

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5 Easy Ways to Prepare for the SAT
Apr15

5 Easy Ways to Prepare for the SAT

In high school, you revel in the joy of being able to spend time with friends, attend Friday night football games, and participate in extracurricular activities. One aspect of your high school career, however, doesn’t quite add so much excitement. We’re talking about preparing for the SAT. With proper preparation and effective studying methods, you are capable of knocking this test out of the park. Administered by College...

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50 Reasons to Attend SUNY
Apr10

50 Reasons to Attend SUNY

As the nation’s largest comprehensive educational system, SUNY offers a wide range of programs, campuses, and locations to choose from. We proudly serve over 460,000 current students, with a never ending goal to ensure that each individual receives an affordable, unparalleled education that prepares them for what lies ahead in the future. SUNY’s commitment to providing students with a diverse curriculum, accessibility, and...

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10 Out-of-the-Ordinary College Courses To Enroll In
Apr04

10 Out-of-the-Ordinary College Courses To Enroll In

With more than 7,000 programs offered across New York State, the creativity and curiosity of SUNY’s nearly half-million students and 35,000 industry experts are sure to spark demand for unique college courses. The college experience is all about broadening your horizons and expanding your knowledge into the unknown. Exploring different fields of study can satisfy this quest for knowledge as well as diversify your schedule and...

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An Exhilarating Ride: SUNY Mascot Madness 2014
Apr04

An Exhilarating Ride: SUNY Mascot Madness 2014

As the second annual SUNY Mascot Madness comes to a close, we bid farewell to the action-packed weeks of friendly competition across New York State.  With 43 SUNY campuses representing 637 athletics teams and a whopping 363,000 students, this year’s has been the most comprehensive and exciting SUNY Mascot Madness yet! In the end, Binghamton University’s Baxter Bearcat was crowned New York’s favorite college mascot, coming out on...

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Buffalo Public School Kids Urged to Focus on High-Growth Career Tracks in New York
Apr03

Buffalo Public School Kids Urged to Focus on High-Growth Career Tracks in New York

As the tulips break through the lawns of Western New York this April, City of Buffalo Public School students will celebrate more than just the sun shining; local college students will convene in Buffalo schools to highlight science, technology, engineering, and math–and how immersing yourself in these disciplines can lift up your career and community. Dubbed Science Week, the immersion is for a good reason. It’s not a...

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Meet a True ‘Maven’ of Balancing Life and Work
Apr02

Meet a True ‘Maven’ of Balancing Life and Work

Running a family is hard enough, but running your own company on top of that is no easy feat. Mothers are now defining their roles as successful businesswomen more than ever. According to a 2013 Pew Research Center Study, mothers are the primary breadwinners in 40% of households with children in the U.S. One mother, in particular, exemplifies this finding. In addition to taking care of her three young children, Nancy Johnson Horn is a...

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