Located in Conway, South Carolina, just north of Myrtle Beach, Coastal Carolina University (CCU) has just over 10,000 students and boasts a gorgeous 633-acre campus. We had a magnificent campus tour and are presenting our insights: No Car Needed Freshmen and sophomore students are required to live on campus and can get around just […]

#CollegeParents and #HighSchool students: Listen up. Recently, we visited the campus of University of North Florida (UNF). Located just outside Jacksonville, this rural campus has just under $16,000 students and offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees. With an in-state tuition of just over $6,000 a year ($21,000 for out-of-state students), this university is ranked in […]

Doc Seidman Says…. …We recently took a campus tour at U.C.L.A. (University of California, Los Angeles).  This well-known university is a research university within the California university system. It is known for many things, but particularly its sports programs and alumni. Feel free to Google the school, the sports teams, and the alumni for more […]

  Recently, I was in my local Target, browsing around the electronics department. A young man, seemingly of college age, was interested in purchasing a Bluetooth speaker. He had many questions for the department employee. How long will the battery last? Is the Bluetooth easy to pair with other devices? How long will the speaker […]

international student

Doc Seidman Says… ….Going to college In the United States can be very expensive.  College tuition is expensive for those coming to study and live from another country. The costs of attending the school (tuition) and the related living expenses can be very high.  Some people are lucky, they may have the money to go […]

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Doc Seidman Says…. ….On November 23, 1984, with his Boston College team losing to The University of Miami 45-41, and 28 seconds left in the game, B.C. quarterback Doug Flutie threw a desperation, “Hail Mary” pass into the end zone. Wide receiver Gerard Phelan caught the pass, untouched, for a game winning touchdown. More than […]

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Doc Seidman Says: …Back in the day when I was an undergraduate student, I looked at my professors for the most part as bloviating egocentric mouthpieces. Although that was a harsh opinion, I also speculated that they had good lives.…