Category Archives: Communication

Getting Started

GETTING STARTED: A Primer for Anxious Parents and the College Bound STARTING EARLY Every year, throughout America, a new crop of college-bound high school seniors begins the final and sometimes traumatic lap that will, for most, end with graduation and … Continue reading

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Campus Rape: Freshmen Women Beware

      The New York Times has recently printed a pair of detailed articles on an instance of campus rape, and its painful aftermath, at Hobart and William Smith College, NY. It is our sincere hope that readers of … Continue reading

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IES Visits Hofstra University

Looking for a mid-sized university in a suburban setting with proximity to a major city, Division 1 sports teams AND a strength in preparing students for careers in business and business administration?  Check out Hofstra University in Long Island, New … Continue reading

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