Because of the college tuition debt they have shouldered, many Millennials are wary of credit card debt. Fewer than a third of Millennials — anyone between age 18 and 35 — have a credit card. That’s a record low percentage, according to recent statistics. Stefanie O’Connell, who graduated from New York University with a degree…

American students and international students are very inclusive with each other academically. But not so much personally. It is not any discrimination that I am talking about, but an invisible barrier, and the barrier is created by both sides. Because of cultural differences, it can take a long time for American students to become real friends…

What would you do if a professor implied that a paper you wrote was not your own words? Especially if you were on the Dean’s List and a nationally acknowledged scholar? In her blog, “Academia, Love Me Back,” Tiffany Martinez said her professor at Suffolk University questioned whether she alone wrote her paper. She said she felt embarrassed,…