Three Interesting Facts That’ll Change Your Opinion on College Students

December 24th, 2011

People have built a sub-conscience image of what they believe to be the traditional college student. To many people, college students are typically in their late teens to early 20s, living in dorms, and partying it up while occasionally studying for tests. While that description may describe some college students, it can hardly be used to describe all students who attend a college or university.

The following are some interesting facts and statistics that have been collected on various college students. While this information won’t change how everyone views college students, it can help give people a better understanding of what the typical college student might be.
Many College Students Attend Community College
With college tuition costs on the rise, many college students are starting to rely upon community colleges to start their college careers. Community colleges are appealing because they offer a variety of undergraduate courses that students could attend at [...] Continue Reading…

Hunting Down Your Track in Android’s Music Library

December 22nd, 2011

It is estimated that there are around 8,000 genres of music including some pretty bizarre ones, like Nintendocore and Mongolian Throat singing. With limited time on radio stations and the actual physical limitations of record and music stores, finding the exact type of music—let alone some of the more far-out genres—can be difficult and frustrating. However, with the development of the smartphone and the explosion of apps now available for them, finding that track you want to listen to on the way to work just became a whole lot easier.

With the invention and development of an app being as simple as it is, hundreds of thousands of apps are being invented for all kinds of things, and music plays an especially big part. Android music apps exist for a huge variety of musical styles and give you access to whatever type of music you are looking for.
Music Apps for Android
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Top 3 Fun Brain-Training Board Games

December 14th, 2011

In all the hype and flashy excitement that video games have to offer, hours of play can leave your brain over-stimulated with too many images. Not to mention if the game contains bloody violence or gory monsters, you may have nightmares.

If you’re looking for good clean fun that can actually exercise your brain, then board games are the way to go. Here are the top three best board games of all time that can train your brain and be a great way to spend quality time with your family.

Why Play: Playing Chess is a good way to sharpen your reasoning skills. This game is best for older kids to teach them strategic thinking and friendly competitiveness. If you have a large family, you can do a tournament style game where each member of the family plays against the champion.

Premise: Each player has 16 pieces – one king, one queen, [...] Continue Reading…