Contributor Tokiwa T. Smith has compiled some of the best ways mentoring relationships assist in one’s professional development.
HBCU College Life: Everything You Want To Know about HBCU Campus Living
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Volunteering gives you the chance to develop insight on work ethics, dealing with others and honing your skills for your chosen career.
Forget about the politics of the 2016 presidential election. America needs ethical leadership and Black Greeks can be a significant part of that movement.
Your grades are an indication of how successful you will be in the future. If you haven’t been performing well here are ways to make better grades.
Contributor Tokiwa T. Smith offers a few ideas for taking advantage of the free time your holiday break affords you without losing progress in college.
Having trouble getting through the time between leaving home and entering college? Here are tips to cope with the stress that comes with big life changes.
Students can save money and get the most out of their college education by following these simple tips for cutting costs.
We Black Greeks mean well when we say “my letters” but taking ownership of those letters means taking ownership of our missions.