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Compare IT, Computer Science, and Computer Engineering Degrees


Want to follow a IT career? Do you want to study computer science? There are three basic study options in college: computer science, information technology, and computer engineering. Learn more about these degrees below:


Computer Science Degree

Here’s some coding languages you will likely study:

  • SQL
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • C#
  • Python
  • C++
  • PHP
  • Swift
  • Ruby
  • HTML
  • CSS

Programs will be on topics including:

  • Programming
  • Operating systems
  • Software engineering
  • Algorithms
  • User interface
  • Discrete mathematics

Information Technology Degree

Degrees in this field will likely offer specializations including:

  • Network and security
  • Information management
  • Enterprise computing
  • Software development
  • Health information technology
  • Mobile and web development

Computer Engineering Degree


You’ll study subjects including:

  • Microprocessing
  • Circuits
  • Cybernetics
  • Power and energy systems
  • Computer architecture
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10 Signs of a Sociopath Which May Surprise You


The Ivy League and other top schools attract some of the most brilliant and ambitious students in the United States, and from around the world. Sometimes, that much ambition and polished brilliance can show signs of sociopathic tendencies.

Many think that sociopaths lurk in the dark waiting to kill their victims. In fact, according to author Kevin Dutton, sociopathic tendency is common among the successful and highly educated, as sociopathic behaviors can serve well for success in life and popularity.

What is sociopathy? The world still seems to not be informed on this psychological orientation. As for today, there is still no consensus among psychologists about the exact cause of sociopathy: whether it’s purely genetic, or purely developmental, or a little bit of both. But there are possible signs of a sociopath that can be observed, and they seem to be universal.

10 Signs of a Sociopath Which May Surprise You:

1. Sociopaths are too charming and can have many friends (or followers)

2. Sociopaths have deep sense of entitlement and have to win at everything

3. Sociopaths are often highly rational, often to complement their own ambition


4. Sociopaths are great liars and believe whatever they lie about to heart

5. Sociopaths are manipulative, especially with other people’s feelings

6. Sociopaths are impulsive and intense, and often showing anti-social behaviors

7. Sociopaths don’t feel feelings of guilt, shame and remorse, and don’t apologize

8. Sociopaths like drama, especially when it involves them

9. Sociopaths are unreliable and tend to fail their life plans

10 Sociopaths only think about themselves, and thus incapable of truly loving others, often saying “they have commitment issues”

Sounds like someone you know? Or maybe you?

If you feel that sociopathic tendencies affect your life and emotion, the best thing you can do is talk it out to a counselor. I mean, you paid for your school’s health insurance, after all. Why not use it?

Source: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/digital-leaders/201309/are-you-working-sociopath

10 Places that Prove Cornell is the Prettiest Ivy


Ithaca: 10 squared miles surrounded by reality, BECAUSE IT’S TOO PRETTY TO BE REAL.


10. Johnson Art Museum

Best time to be here: early fall. You can go to the 4th floor for a breathtaking view of Cornell and Ithaca, and relax at the sculpture terrace while enjoying the breezy air on your skin.

9.  Beebe Dam and Lake

Best time to be here: winter. Yes, it’s cold, but the view is worth it.

8. Arts Quad

Best time to be here: mid-fall, when all the trees have blossomed with brown and red leaves, yet it’s still not too cold yet so you can sit down on the grass and enjoy the moment. You can also see the McGraw Tower and the statues of Ezra Cornell and A.D. White on the quad.

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7. Uris Library

Best time to be here: any season, at night. There’s something really magical about Uris Library that can only be enjoyed at nighttime. A.D. White Library is also called the “Hogwarts Library” because of its design.

6. Willard Straight Hall

Best time to be here: late summer night. WSH is Cornell’s student union building, and it hosts several prominent places on campus such as the Memorial Hall, Cornell Cinema, and Oakenshield Dining Hall.

5. Cornell Law School 

Best time to be here: spring afternoon.The law school’s collegiate gothic architecture, the Hogwarts-like Cornell Law Library, and some afternoon spring rain will go very well together.

4. West Campus Residence Halls

Best time to be here: summer afternoon. The architecute of  West campus residence halls is based on the Oxford gothic architecture. It is best to be here in the summer time, as it gets very cold and slippery during the winter months.

3. Sage Chapel

Sage Chapel, Cornell

Best time to be here: winter afternoon. This beautiful chapel that was built for all denominations provides a quiet sanctuary and warmth to Cornell students.

2.  Minns Garden, Plant Science Building 

Best time to be here: late spring. This garden before the ivy-covered plant sciences building blossoms with so many colors during spring.

1. Libe Slope Overlook

Best time to be here: fall sunset. Looking at the sunset at the Libe Slope Overlook is the quintessential Cornell experience. The fantastic spot offers a view of Ithaca’s hilltop and twinkling lights of houses on the hill, creating a beautiful atmosphere.

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7 Reasons I’m Not Texting You Back


Here are some reasons why I’m not texting you back.

  1. I’m bored

Maybe the truth hurts, or maybe we’ve simply been texting for too long. Either way, I’m getting bored. We haven’t met yet and you’ve never bought me pizza.

2. You said “your cute” instead of “you’re cute” in a text message.

Twice. Sorry, this is now a deal breaker for me.

3. My new Tinder crush just messaged me.

Or someone else really important, I swear.

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4. You only call or text me when you’re drinking or drunk.

Gee, I wonder why I only hear from you between the hours of 6:00pm and 4:00am? See ya.

5. You messaged me “Hey.”

Or something boring like “Sup” at least 3 times in a row. Really? Be a little more creative.

6. You just snapchatted my roommate.

Yeah; it was awkward.

7. You sent a dick pic.

Gentlemen, please stop sending dick pics within a day of talking to me as it is not arousing, but extremely creepy. However, my friends and I do get a good laugh at it!

50% of Undergrads Aren’t Studying for a Bachelors Degree!


You might be surprised to learn that around 50% of undergraduates today are not earning a bachelor’s degree. Instead they are studying for different qualifications. What are they studying?

Around 50% of undergraduate students nationwide are enrolled in certificate and associate’s degree programs, and 47% are enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs. Source: CNBC

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Top 10 Jobs U.S.


Glassdoor just released its annual ranking of the 50 best jobs in America. And while it’s no surprise that nearly half are tech jobs, there are a few surprises among the mix. Based on salary, openings, & satisfaction. See the Top 10 Jobs U.S below:

1. Front End Engineer
Number of Job Openings: 13,122
Median Base Salary: $105,240

2. Java Developer
Number of Job Openings: 16,136
Median Base Salary: $83,589

3. Data Scientist
Number of Job Openings: 6,542
Median Base Salary: $107,801

4. Product Manager
Number of Job Openings: 12,173
Median Base Salary: $117,713

5. DevOps Engineer
Number of Job Openings: 6,603
Median Base Salary: $107,310

6. Data Engineer
Number of Job Openings: 6,941
Median Base Salary: $102,472

7. Software Engineer
Number of Job Openings: 50,438
Median Base Salary: $105,563

8. Speech Language Pathologist
Number of Job Openings: 29,167
Median Base Salary: $71,867

9. Strategy Manager
Number of Job Openings: 3,515
Median Base Salary: $133,067

10. Business Development Manager
Number of Job Openings: 6,560
Median Base Salary: $78,480

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The A-Z of College

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College can be the best experiences for students. There’s so much to be gained from a college education. We wanted to summarise college with a complete A-Z list of college words. Plus, a few college memes to celebrate the student lifestyle. Enjoy!

There’s even a mention for Harry Potter fans too! The answers will surprise you. . . Netflix and chill?


The A-Z of College

A is for Admission

Six flags, New Jersey

B is for Beer

Twitter Frat Party

C is for College

D is for Dropout

E is for Entertainment

Netflix anyone?

F is for Freshman

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G is for Graduation

Credit: Pixabay

H is for Hogwarts


I is for Inspiration

J is for Jobs

K is for Knowledge

DNA. Credit: Pixabay

L is for Love

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M is for Moneyless


N is for Netflix and chill

Credit: Pixabay

O is for Oreos


P is for Parties

Q is for Quantum theory

R is for Recreation

Boston, Credit: Harvard University

S is for Sex

T is for Tinder dates

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U is for underdressed

V is for video lectures


W is for workout

Brown University

X is for X-rated movies

Y is for YOLO

Z is for Zzzzzzzzzz

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7 Benefits of Living in Philadelphia


Before moving to a new city you want to know what are some of the key benefits of living there. If you’re thinking of studying or living in Philadelphia it offers many benefits from affordability to entertainment. Read 7 Benefits of Living in Philadelphia, to see why it’s such a great city to live in.

  1. Location
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The city has a good location and is close to major destinations. Only 1 hour to New York City, and 2 hours to D.C. (by train).

2. Restaurants & Bars

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A busy nightlife with incredible food options makes Philadelphia a desirable city. Choose from many restaurants and bars. Try a Philly cheesesteak!

3. Public Transport

It’s easy to get around in the city with good transport options, and you can easily walk downtown!

4. Sports

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Sports fans will find plenty of games to watch here. . .

5. Entertainment

Credit: Six flags

Want to go to six flags? Located in Jackson, New Jersey this theme park is close to Philadelphia. You can ride on the skull mountain, and green lantern.

6. Cost of Living

Low cost of living when you compare it with other U.S cities

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7. University

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The University of Pennsylvania (UPENN) is located in Philadelphia, with a 6:1 student faculty ratio, this school is highly ranked and is apart of the ivy league.

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Top 10 Must See Travel Destinations 2020


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Looking for a trending holiday destination? Consider these top ranked holiday destinations. Which destination do you want to visit?

10) Costa Rica


9) New York

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8) California

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7) New Orleans


6) Alaska


5) Mexico

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4) Las Vegas


3) Bora Bora

2) Japan


1) Maldives

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