higher-education

How Imposter Syndrome Holds Back First-Generation College Students

‘There was this strange disconnect with my family, with other students and with my own goals. It made me really frustrated, like I wanted to quit. I felt like I was burning out.’

Is It Really Unethical for Professors to Sell Students Their Own Books?

Broke students have had enough with what feels like an academic scam — but professors insist they’re hardly profiting

The Online Degree Was Easy. Scoring the Dream Job? Much Harder.

‘I got so tired of defending it, I just ended up deleting it from my résumé’

The D.U.D.E.S. Abide