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Spring 2013

Printed on 02/2013

Articles from the Spring 2013 Issue

An Entrepreneur's Game

Enter Avi Millman, co-founder and CEO of Stray Boots, a mobile gaming company.

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A Job Worth Getting Is A Job Worth Making

Can't find a job? Talk to someone about creating a position for your skill set. 

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Do New Businesses Hold The Key To Conquering Unemployment?

Take a look under the hood of new businesses and thier impact on our economy. 

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The Repurpose Driven Life: Giving old items a new image

It's the essentials of upcycing. Turn your junk into priceless artifacts. 

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Modern-Day Davy Crocketts

Entrepreneurs, the really successful ones anyway, are the latest American folk heroes.

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Toying With Millions: Weird toy ideas that made bank

Every generation has a handful of bizarre toy ideas that turn out to be short-lived and wildly popular fads.

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Getting Down To Business: Put your biz idea through its paces

Coming up with a business idea is simple. Coming up with a business idea that works--not so much. 

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Self-Made Or Spoon Fed? How the wealthy get rich

To what extent is it true that hard work is all it takes to make it rich?

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Don't Waste My Time: 10 techniques to maximize your efficiency

By brass Staff on January 21st, 2013 • Going to college, Life

There are only so many hours in the day. Use these ideas to help you make the most of them.

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Free & Totally Useful: 10 things high school can actually teach you

By brass Staff on January 21st, 2013 • College & Career, Going to college

Think school is for fools? Here are ten ways that school actually prepares you for life as an adult.

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Speaking In Code: Deciphering computer science prospects

By Jane Long on January 21st, 2013 • College & Career, Getting a job, Going to college

If you want in-demand job skills and the potential to make an impact in your profession, computer science is a career to embrace. 

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