The 10 Best Public Universities in New England

Alana Armstrong
New England has one of the best selections of universities and colleges in the world, and the public universities in particular are a stellar bunch. We chose our list of the 10 best public universities in New England based on the unique features of the campuses, the strength of their programs and their commitment to […]

9 Amazing People Who Lived In Madison, WI

Skye McDaniel
Oh how I love Madison, Wisconsin; it is truly a city that possesses a sublimely quaint combination of the traditional with cosmopolitan beauty. As the capital of the state, it is a bustling hub of cultural activity. In fact, Madison is recognized across the state for its “museum mile,” a region of the city rife […]

Feeling Welcome: The Top 5 Colleges for Hospitality Studies

Alana Armstrong
Hospitality services have become a huge industry on a global scale, but it takes a lot of business studies, trend-seeking, travel and practical experience before someone goes from dishwasher to manager, or from bartender to Sommelier. Colleges that specialize in hospitality must offer a wide range of practical and experiential learning, and in-the-field connections so […]

Beer Tasting at America’s Favorite Brew Festivals

Liz Naughton
Beer is one of the oldest beverages we enjoy, dating back to at least 5th millennium BC. Chemical tests on pottery show beer was produced 7,000 years ago in what is now Iran. By the 7th century AD, beer was being produced and sold by European monasteries. In 5400 BC Asia began brewing beer in […]

The Top Five Colleges for Environmental Education

Alana Armstrong
We use things learned in environmental education classes to do everything we do during the day, from choosing the correct receptacle for our refuse to how we navigate our way to work. What’s more, a lot of the decisions we make throughout the day create pollution. So, why isn’t everyone using energy sources in smarter […]