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We asked the guys on the YP team to share what knowledge they have now that would’ve helped their past selves, and it's all so relatable.
We’ve all had the suspicion that we lose our hairpins, keys or umbrellas because they grow legs and hide away from us, when most of the time we’re the ones to blame. These six tips will help you stop losing your things once and for all.
Recruiters at top companies are on the lookout for certain deal-breakers, including being too vague, a lack of wittiness, and forgetting to follow up.
Remember these professional tips to help you stand out from the hundreds of other students applying for the very same places you are.
Colleges in the United States are encouraging students to communicate and get the help they need
Thinking about a grad trip? Here’s what Hong Kong travel blogger HakCek learned while trekking across Central Asia solo
Armed with just a backpack and a guidebook, the fresh Shue Yan University grad now has friends from Lithuania to Kyrgyzstan.
Whether it’s a presentation in class, a pitch to your boss or a public event, there might come a time in your life when you will need to speak in front of a crowd. Even if you definitely, absolutely, most certainly hate it with the fire of a thousand suns.
Young Post breaks down the spooktacular history behind the orange vegetable’s role in the season, and the ones that came before it.