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This week’s devo written by our very own Jodi. :)
Welcome Week 2014 was a blast!! A weekend of new friendships, fun activities, and fantastic worship was the perfect way to begin life as a college student! #pbafreshfishlife #PBAww2014 #collegelife
Apply to PBA by Labor Day and receive a discount on your application fee! Contact us at 1-888-468-6722 or message us on Facebook and tell us why you’re interested in PBA by Friday at noon to receive your promo code! www.facebook.com/AdmissionsPBA #moneymoneymoney #laborday
Meet the 2014-2015 Admissions Social Media team!! But first… a #sailfie

This year’s theme at PBA is Inexpressible Joy. In many ways Christ reveals himself to us. In what ways have you experienced Inexpressible Joy?

Things we tell ourselves at the start of each new semester… I’m personally no good at it. lol -Lauren
This 2014-2015 academic year, be filled with the inexpressible joy of Christ! 
Got a case of the Mondays? We’ve got the cure! Try some berry fondue with brownies! #pbaadmissions #collegecooking #mondaycanbefundaytoo

mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.

Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!

I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared.

Don’t be me.

Helpful tips for anyone looking for a job this semester.

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And so the countdown begins… 2 weeks!

zachlilley:

hidden-secret3:

listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

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thestudentprincesss:

barefootdramaturg:

jewlesthemagnificent:

oldtobegin:

velveteenrabbit:

englishpracticenow:

commonly misused words - learn the proper usage of these words to get your way up to any English proficiency exams - IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, etc.

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By accident. On purpose. Never on accident.

ALSO, ‘amount’ and ‘number’ follow the same rules as ‘less’ and ‘fewer’, respectively. it’s not an ‘amount’ of people, it’s a number of people; by contrast, it IS an ‘amount of water’, etc.

Spread the word. Help end “word crimes’!” :)

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You know it’s #fridayfunday because we all accidentally matched! 😜Today, we’re checking out the view from Dixie Garage… You can see the intercoastal! Who knew? #pba #sailfishblue #letsgoexploring
25 until classes start, and Palm Beach Island has NEVER. LOOKED. BETTER. :) #pba #islandliving #thecanyon #youwishyouwereafish
raspberrymagazine:

Whether you’re new to university, or continuing, getting textbooks is one of the most painful things you’ll have to do. Let’s get this out in the open: university textbooks are a ripoff. This summer, I had one class that wanted me to spend $300 on textbooks. One class. If you buy your textbooks new, you could end up spending nearly $1000 a semester. That is insane, and if you’re like most students, you simply cannot afford it.
Luckily, I have found that there are generally a lot of ways to get books free or at least cheaper. Here are the tips, and resources I use to spend as little on textbooks as possible. If you are going to university, please, please, please, bookmark this. It will seriously save your wallet.
If there is an ebook, you can probably get it free. A lot of websites will offer pdf’s free. Booksee and BookZZ have been the most reliable for me, and have saved me a couple hundred dollars. You can also easily torrent most ebooks. If you don’t know how, please learn, because again, this will save you a lot of money. Even if there isn’t an ebook as far as you can tell, still search for a pdf version because there may be scans.
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Minus the whole “torrent/potentially illegal download thing”… this is some solid advice! :)

raspberrymagazine:

Whether you’re new to university, or continuing, getting textbooks is one of the most painful things you’ll have to do. Let’s get this out in the open: university textbooks are a ripoff. This summer, I had one class that wanted me to spend $300 on textbooks. One class. If you buy your textbooks new, you could end up spending nearly $1000 a semester. That is insane, and if you’re like most students, you simply cannot afford it.

Luckily, I have found that there are generally a lot of ways to get books free or at least cheaper. Here are the tips, and resources I use to spend as little on textbooks as possible. If you are going to university, please, please, please, bookmark this. It will seriously save your wallet.

  1. If there is an ebook, you can probably get it free. A lot of websites will offer pdf’s free. Booksee and BookZZ have been the most reliable for me, and have saved me a couple hundred dollars. You can also easily torrent most ebooks. If you don’t know how, please learn, because again, this will save you a lot of money. Even if there isn’t an ebook as far as you can tell, still search for a pdf version because there may be scans.

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Minus the whole “torrent/potentially illegal download thing”… this is some solid advice! :)