Top Healthy Eating Habits for College Students

It is common to see students who are overweight/underweight. This is because they are not eating healthy foodstuffs. The problem is that this affects how they perform in their academic endeavours. Most college students do not know what they should eat to keep their bodies healthy. Others do not know how to handle the foods… Read More

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Top Tips to Maintain Fitness in College

When in college, there are many activities that you are involved in. First, you spend many hours in class. After that, you have to complete assignments, do personal research, and study for exams. Because of the pressure associated with these activities, you may not have time to exercise. This means that your fitness level drops… Read More

Why Fitness is Essential to Students

As a student, finding time for fitness activities is challenging. However, there are different ways you can incorporate exercise into your schedule and still manage to focus on your education. Students involved in sporting activities in school are usually in luck because they have to train and play, which contributes to fitness. Fitness has several… Read More

The Cost & Aims of Foreign Students Receiving Military Training in the US?

The Number of Students In December 2019, 5,181 foreign students from 153 countries were receiving military training in the United States of America (USA). The Cost “In fiscal 2017-18 foreign governments splashed out $462.4m for American security training, and the American government chipped in another $39.8m.” The main exchange programme is the $115m International Military… Read More

Does Military Education Matter?

Introduction Finding it hard to decide whether getting a military education might be a good idea? Then this article can help you make the right call. Do you feel safe sitting wherever you are right now, reading to this article? You might be sitting on the sofa or lying in your bed, but one thing that… Read More

The Effect of Military Training on Education

In January 1926, Dwight F. Davis (who was then the US Secretary of War) published a popular article in the Washington University Law Review. The article was entitled The Effect of Military Training on Education. It was inspired by the recent reform brought by the National Defense Act, which brought the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps… Read More