Working Through College: Tips To Help Guide The Way

March 2, 2017 Editor 0

by Alanna Palomino, GenFKD Working through college can be a daunting lifestyle. When most people begin their first semester of college, they are nervous about the workload. Regardless of whether it is a full-time or part-time

Student Debt Through the Ages

February 20, 2017 Editor 0

by Maddie Matarazzo Student debt was, and in some places still is, thought of as an individual issue. Quickly though we are finding out that student debt is no longer so much an individual problem as

Islamic Georgetown Professor Gives Pro-Slavery and Rape Talk

February 13, 2017 Editor 0

The Daily Caller is reporting that Jonathan AC Brown, who serves as director of the Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown gave a speech the other day wherein he spoke about how it

UNCW Financial Literacy: Not a Thing, Apparently

February 12, 2017 Editor 0

by Joel Barrio The University of North Carolina Wilmington, along with other universities and grade schools within North Carolina, leaves much to be desired in teaching valuable financial literacy skills to the millennial generation. A Generational

FSU Financial Literacy: An Interview with Logan Rand

February 8, 2017 Editor 0

by Gabriel Woodruff, GenFKD Millennials are a generation of intelligent, innovative and incredibly hard-working people. And while we are a fueling change and disruption across the country, we still, ironically, lack a strong education in one

Campus Anti-Fascists Sure do act like Fascists

February 6, 2017 Editor 0

Originally published by Legal Insurrection Have you noticed that the people who claim they’re fighting fascism are the ones smashing windows, starting fires, hurling rocks at police, beating people up and denying basic rights to

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