The textbook paradox Did you know that 80% of students work while in college, according to the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce? Not only that, they also found that tuition and fees at four-year public colleges and universities have risen 19 times faster than average family incomes since 1980. Families are failing […]

Utah soda craze As you drive along your typical route to work on a Monday morning, you may notice the never-ending line at the Starbucks drive-thru, at least if you live in any state other than Utah. Instead, in the Beehive State, you may notice the absence of a line at the few Starbucks locations […]

A worthwhile education We go to school every day, for years on end, with the intent of receiving an education. We have an innate desire to learn. But, are the educational systems really teaching us what we need to know? Students are bombarded with facts, ideas, opinions, numbers and so much more, but they can […]

The benefits of waking up early “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” This well-known saying, made famous by Benjamin Franklin, may have much more truth than you realize. Everyone knows what it’s like to wake up to a blaring alarm, only to be freed by the liberating mercy […]