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Writing for Money

By Ryan Hickey + updated on January 30th, 2013

No, I’m not talking about renting a secluded and sparsely furnished cabin and holing up there, subsisting on little more than coffee as you crank out a piece of literature that makes Moby Dick read like a Dick and Jane story. Nor am I talking about falling for one of those ****Make Trillions of Dollars [...]

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What to Do After College Applications are Submitted

By Ryan Hickey + updated on January 18th, 2013

Ahhh, Friday. Nothing like the end of a long week to put a little bit of extra spring in your step. And if you’re an applicant who has finally finished putting together and submitting your applications, this Friday could be particularly relaxing. For the vast majority of college applicants, mid-January marks the point at which [...]

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The Procrastinator’s Guide to Admissions Essays

By Ryan Hickey + updated on January 7th, 2013

January 7th. Early and first-round application deadlines were so long ago that you can barely remember them. Even many regular and second-round deadlines have faded into the past. At this point, there are just a handful of late application deadlines left to take advantage of. If you’re planning to submit an application but haven’t yet [...]

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