Your college years are the golden ones that everyone said you'd look back upon fondly in high school. The keg stands. Learning to live off of ramen. Training your body to run on four hours of sleep.
What was the point of those student loans again? Oh, yes — a degree that will take you to the next chapter of life. You've successfully scraped by for the past four to five years, and that piece of paper is the golden ticket to Willy Wonka's functioning adulthood factory.
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Is graduation so close, yet so far away? We all know that feeling.
Below, you'll find three comics from Drew at Toothpaste For Dinner that might not necessarily prepare you for graduation, but will at least make you laugh while you're procrastinating. Only 1,487 papers to go.
Comic illustrations by Toothpaste For Dinner. Published with permission; all rights reserved. Read more...
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Graduation season is upon us, and that means college graduates everywhere are preparing to enter "the real world." But chances are your liberal arts degree, as hard-earned and valuable as it is, doesn't equip you with every digital skill you need.
We've put together a short list of fundamental skills that every college graduate should possess, from simply branding yourself online to learning basic coding. They're guaranteed to increase your overall digital know-how, and you can learn them all on your own.
Did you graduate college a long time ago, or never attended? Don't worry — it's never too late to learn these skills. They're useful to anyone. Read more...
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