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Step 2: Writing the Cover Letter. Now that you've completed Step 1, it's time to write a unique, tailored cover letter to the company of your dreams. Here's how.

Paying for things on a college student's budget can be a problem. A desperate student might even turn to any source of income they could find, no matter how invasive. But there's a better way to earn money in college. Don't sell your body fluids. Instead...

The biggest problem with liberal arts degrees, particularly English, is the assumptions people make about them.

If it's the night before a big exam and you need a refresher on why there are more boys than girls in the world, or why Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, check out these Youtube channels.

Not all internships are created equal. Here are the 6 questions you need to ask yourself to make sure an internship is right for you.

If you bought a physics or astronomy textbook in 2016, it already needs to be updated. According to the rumor mill (and physicist Lawrence M. Krauss), another piece of Einstein's theory of relativity might have just been proven: gravitational waves.

As the costs of textbooks and tuition skyrocket, you need all the free stuff you can get. Here are the best free replacements for common software you'll need in college.

The final step to winning the resume war is having a resume that looks good so that it gets noticed from the pile of other, less attractive ones.

The end of January usually means the death of your resolutions for the New Year. Here are our 10 quick tips to keep you sticking to your goals.

Here are the top interview questions and some of the best ways to answer them so you can land the job you've worked so hard to prepare for.