My SNAP Rights: Massachusetts College Students

First day of class and I’m already feeling overwhelmed. These books are expensive and I have to pay for rent, bills and food. I only have $20 and I don’t get paid for another two weeks. How am I even gonna pay for my next meal? You are not alone. Unfortunately, one-third of college students…

Why Hadeel Abdallah Wanted to Create a New UK Scholarship

I’m passionate about human rights. I’m passionate about criminal justice reform. I’m passionate about refugee and migration study issues. My first goal is to become a human rights lawyer and then after that career is launched, I want to start my own philanthropy organization that helps underrepresented students. Winning a scholarship meant a lot to…

Electoral College and the National Archives (2016)

Pursuant to the Constitution and laws of the United States, the Senate and the House of Representatives are meeting in joint session to verify the certificates and count the votes of the electors of the several states for President and Vice President of the United States. In 1950, responsibility for the Electoral College was given…

K-12 Education 1:1 Programs | Cybersecurity Insights #22

Hey, Josh here from Absolute. Schools around the country are putting computers in the hands of students. What does that mean for security and privacy? 1:1 programs help prepare the next generation for a data-driven world. But for IT and security professionals, the promise of wonder 1:1 programs also comes packed with hazards. First of…

5 Tips for New College Students with Disabilities

Top 5 tips for new college students with disabilities Brought to you by AHEAD, Association for Higher Education Access & Disability Tip one – Sign up for support! Make contact with the Disability or Access Officer as soon as or even before you register. These are the people who organise supports & accommodations like assistive…

Agnes Agala – Tarneit Senior College // Roof Top Gardens on Government Buildings Bill

fully implemented these aesthetically appealing, and environmentally friendly rooftop gardens. Melbourne is the most liveable city in the world – we too should climb up this ladder in success. Singapore initiated its first rooftop garden in 2014, which develops and maintains produce that could be distributed into local stores. According to CBS figures, in 2015…