By Hayley Rieman Published August 07, 2019 College Planning FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video More young people considering opting out of college 'Everyday Millionaires' author Chris Hogan on student loan debt, people opting out of college and how parents can help. As more and more young Americans opt not to go to college, the ones who are going seem to be partying at a pretty penny. Continue Reading Below On Tuesday, the Princeton Review came out with its annual list of the top party schools in the U.S. It’s a list that Greek life participants may love, but certainly not a selling point for schools when parents are paying a huge price tag for their education. The list crowned Syracuse University as the No. 1 party school in the nation, followed by the University of Alabama, University of Delaware and others. The report resulted from a survey of 140,000 students from 385 schools across the … [Read more...] about America’s top party schools: Party at what price?
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Zack Abrams, provided by Published 11:50 am PDT, Friday, June 28, 2019 The top 50 party schools in America It's often said that college is the best four years of one's life. It's a time to learn, to explore, to sign up for an 8 a.m. class thinking, “that's not too early,” and subsequently miss every last lecture because yes, that is too early. College is the padded barrier between childhood and adult life, full of adventures and ice cream for dinner, but devoid of grown-up problems like mortgages and cholesterol. College gives you a chance to figure out who you ultimately want to be. An added bonus to all that meaningful self-discovery? Parties. Most colleges, in addition to anthropology courses and mediocre dining hall grub, offer their own particular brand of social scene. While some studies have found that your typical college freshman is partying less and using social media more, Instagram hasn't killed off the college party yet: 60% of students in a … [Read more...] about The top 50 party schools in America
To help you get a kick-start on your summer planning, here are highlights of some favorite activities taking place in San Diego County. MAY 31-JULY 4“Oz-some!” is the theme for San Diego’s biggest annual event. Inspired by L. Frank Baum’s classic tale “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” this year’s San Diego County Fair will take visitors on a journey to the Emerald City and discover “there’s no place like the fair.” Channel your inner courage in the fair’s whirlwind of carnival rides; expand your brain in the creative and educational exhibits; and warm your heart making new memories with family and friends. Details: The fair is closed June 3-4, 10-11, 17-18 and 24-25. Daily hours vary. Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Tickets are $14-$20; children 5 and younger are free; some concerts require a separate ticket. Parking is $17; $27 preferred parking. Box office: (858) 792-4252; 24-hour recorded information: (858) … [Read more...] about 16 things to do in San Diego this summer
caption Caffey Hall at High Point University, High Point, North Carolina. source High Point University If you attend High Point University and live in one of its many residence and apartment halls, you’re likely living in the best dorm in the country. School-ranking website Niche ranked the best college dorms based on several factors, including housing cost, housing capacity, and student housing crime rate. Niche heavily weighed student ratings as well, based on reviews given by their users. Of the top 15 universities, nine were Christian schools and 13 were private. Some of the amenities that set these schools apart included newly renovated residence halls, private bathrooms, full-sized kitchens, and even private rooms. Here are the 15 best college dorms in America. 15. Florida Gulf Coast University — Fort Myers, Florida source Palmetto Hall. Niche’s dorm rating: A+ Undergrads in college housing: 35% According to a student: “The … [Read more...] about The 15 best college dorms in America
Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos announced Wednesday that he and his wife, MacKenzie Bezos, would divorce. They were married in 1993, after meeting at D.E. Shaw & Co. Shortly afterward they relocated to Seattle to found Amazon, where MacKenzie Bezos was an early employee. Today, Jeff Bezos is worth an estimated $137 billion, making him one of the richest people in modern history. Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder and CEO of the online retail giant Amazon, announced Wednesday that he and his wife of 25 years, MacKenzie Bezos, would divorce. “As our family and close friends know, after a long period of loving exploration and trial separation, we have decided to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends,” the couple said in a statement on Twitter. Bloomberg estimates Jeff Bezos is worth $137 billion – making him one of the richest people in modern history, according to CNN. He’s also topped … [Read more...] about A look inside the 25-year marriage of the richest couple in history, Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos — who met at work, were engaged in 3 months, and together owned more land than almost anyone else in America