The authors of these pieces are directly addressing you, the reader, with second-person pronouns such as you and your.
All writers in this collection speak for themselves—and themselves alone.
Demian Farnworth, a contributor to CopyBlogger, gives advice on composing effective sentences.
Neither a Wallflower Nor a Paris Geller Be: The Use and Abuse of Class Participation in the College Classroom
Rebecca Schuman, education columnist for Slate, explains how to participate in class successfully.
Most people want the secret to making a ton of money. Instead, argues freelance writer Molly Triffin, avoid the mistakes that keep that fortune out of reach.
Writer Karen Donley-Hayes shares her regrets during her college experience.