April College Checklist for High School Juniors

In just a few weeks, you’ll finish your junior year of high school – what a great feeling! You’re probably starting to feel excited about the power of being a senior! A big part of your senior year will be dedicated to your college search and application process. You may have been procrastinating, but there ...

Sullivan University – A Military-Friendly School 2

Have you ever wondered how many GI Bill beneficiaries are currently attending The Sullivan University System? According to the new Comparison Tool found on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website, The System is currently educating 915 GI Bill beneficiaries (704 at all Sullivan University campuses, 121  at Spencerian College’s ** Louisville and Lexington campus, and ...

College Education – A Smart Choice

Is a college education worth it? With the rising costs of education in the United States, many are asking that question. There is talk of a bubble in student loan debt similar to the housing bubble and the increased burden on families from this debt. Textbook prices have skyrocketed over the past 30 years. I ...

Toxic Leadership Study: Invitation to Participate in Research 1

We are currently seeking to interview participants for a research project that is designed to learn more about toxic leadership in the U.S. Army. Specifically, we plan to explore the differences between toxic military leaders and those individuals who are simply tough and demanding bosses. We also hope to learn more about the individual, situational, ...

March College Checklist for High School Seniors

Not only are you in the home stretch of your senior year, but also you’re probably starting to receive acceptance letters from some of the schools you applied to. This is when all your preparation starts to pay off!  Doesn’t it feel good? Before you make your final decision about which college to attend, there ...

Know the Signs of Alcohol Poisoning

How literate are you in reading symptoms of alcohol poisoning? Confusion…in a stupor…not responsive…vomiting…seizures (sometimes)…breathing difficult…low body temperature…change in skin color (blue, ashen)… To sum it all up, here are the A-B-C-D-E of the symptoms: Awake. Attempt to wake the person up. Call out his or her name, shake them, or pinch their skin. If ...

Is a College Degree Worth It?

Lately we have heard stories of a few individuals such as Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates who made millions of dollars in spite of the fact that they didn’t have a college degree. The writers of these stories use these few examples in their attempt to diminish the value of a college education. ...

Advice for Nurses Dealing with Difficult Patients

Throughout my professional career, I have dealt with patients or clients who were somewhat of a challenge. Working third shift as a triage nurse in the ER, being in charge of an intensive care psychiatric unit, providing groups in a community setting or seeing clients in a private practice provided an environment for different challenges, ...

February College Checklist for High School Seniors

Your college applications have probably all been submitted and now you’re playing the waiting game. It might seem like your work is done, but there are still some steps you can take that will impact your future: Research scholarships. College is a big investment, and scholarships can make a world of difference. Stop by your ...

February College Checklist for High School Juniors

You’re sailing right through your junior year, and hopefully things are moving along smoothly for you. In just a few short months, the school year will be over and you’ll officially be a senior! While your college search will really amp up during your final year of high school, there are steps you should be ...