Every major (or concentration) has its fair share of oddballs, but right around your third semester of college, you start to get a sense that certain majors have a very distinct identity. Grab a blanket, a cooler, and a few friends and sit out on your Main Green and see if you can spot them all.
This is a pretty powerful infographic breaking down the top-ten majors and their respective gender percentages. It also gives some great insight into freshman expectations and behavior. Did you know that the most common reason for attending college, expressed by incoming freshman in 1971, was to develop a meaningful life philosophy, whereas today’s most common [...]
STEM, for those that don’t know, stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. What it should stand for is, “Students That Make Money.” That’s because in the coming years more and more job opportunities are going to start popping up related to these fields. The question is, are American students prepared?