How do CUNY J-School students handle stress during midterms?

With midterms right around the corner, students from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism are in major crunch time. Having to report, pitch and write stories, finding the time to study for these exams is not an easy task. This means student’s stress levels are on the rise. After speaking with a few of them, some interesting ways to relieve their stress were confessed. Continue reading

Survey Results Show Education Could Prevent Credit Debt

In 2009 the Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 (known as the Credit CARD Act) placed limits on the ability of those younger than 21 to get a credit card. This act has affected how many college students spend and budget their money. But this ACT did not prevent students from using debit cards and overdrawing from their accounts. Continue reading