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Top 10 Free Classes Available Online For Liberal Arts Majors

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Education is expensive, and more so each year. With certain fields like liberal arts, some say it isn’t worth the money, because jobs are so hard to find. It’s the truth – some of us are liberal arts majors! However, post graduation job availability (or lack thereof) doesn’t make the degree any less valid. [...]



Top 10 Online English Degree Programs (Bachelors)

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The graduates in high demand are those who possess the well rounded knowledge base that completing a liberal arts degree program. But getting to graduation is often difficult due to the number of educational options involved as well as the time and financial investments required to complete a degree. That’s why many of today’s students [...]



Top 10 Colleges Offering Liberal Arts Degree Programs Online

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A liberal arts education is a major achievement for any student as they embark on the path to establishing a career. Characterized by the spirit of inquiry and exploration, a liberal arts background allows students to develop the communication, research and intellectual skills required to compete in an information-based economy. Contrary to more outcome-oriented vocational [...]



What Do Hitler, Dr. Seuss, Pope Gregory XV and Walt Disney Have in Common?

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Embed this graphic on your site! Source: WordFocus.com Definition: the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person Where it Began: ● The word propaganda originally referred to the biological reproduction of plants and animals ● Modern propaganda began in the 17th century [...]



10 Old Fashioned Insults That Are Totally Meaningless

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If you’ve ever given any thought into why Great Aunt Edna thinks Aunt Irene is a “half breed,” why Uncle John insists Cousin Joey is a bit “touched,” or why your beloved grandfather claims his neighbor is “half a bubble off of plumb,” you’re not alone. Whether it’s a family member (or many), a stranger [...]