Spent the past week anxiously anticipating what Apple might have in store for you tomorrow? (Hint: It’s an iPhone.)
Settle down, and catch up on anything you may have missed last week on the SALT™ Blog.
- Diane Melville shared a bueno scholarship opportunity (lo siento) from La Unidad Latina Foundation for students of Hispanic descent.
- Ashley Norwood busted the myth that student loans can never be discharged in bankruptcy filings.
- Sasha Laferte reminded us that, when you’ll a full-time student who’s also working part time, time really is money.
- Brigit Bauma passed along some wisdom about four things you do need for college (say yes to that can opener) and four things you don’t (sorry, TV).
- Sarah Barker can finally relax now that she’s dropped her daughter off at college for the first time (well, probably not)—however, she can discuss the adjustments her family is making.
- Diane returned with some lessons she’s learned during her 3 years in the real world.
- Amanda Abella set us up to make more money, detailing six questions to ask yourself before negotiating a raise.
- In honor of the NFL season kicking off, our video of the week found a lesson about marketing your skills from would-be NFL kicker Havard Rugland.
- Susie Boretti is in search of a wicked good time (primarily at the musical Wicked), so she passed along some ways to score tickets for cheap.
- SALT comics made their triumphant return to this blog with an unpopular opinion: there’s a good reason for summer to end. (Geez, that could get them banished again.)
- We detailed SALT’s plan to travel college campuses (maybe yours!) looking for their greatest foosball players.
- Former intern Carmen Guzmán rejoined our list of contributors, and she brought with her a new least favorite word: “unpaid.”
What was your favorite post from the past week? Let us know in the comments.