Archive for April, 2014

Managing Anxiety

by Joan Casey Anxiety continues to rise among both high school and college students. A study of adolescents that has been conducted since 1938 finds there are five times as many teens with anxiety as those the same age who were studied during the Great Depression—an era when families struggled to put food on the table. In a time of relative affluence and high standards of living, what is going on ...

Is a Women’s College Right for You?

By Margaret Nilson One often-overlooked option for college-bound women is a women’s college. While some young people may think such schools can be isolated from men and the “real world,” they actually can provide some of the finest undergraduate experiences as well as superior preparation for life after college. Many of this country’s women’s colleges are associated with coed institutions, ...
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