Whether you want to learn about bioethics or the letters of the apostle Paul, there’s probably a MOOC for that.
Some just want to simplify, and others might be moving from a larger group house into their own apartment for the first time. No matter what’s driving the decrease, taking a few easy steps makes it easier to deal with shrinking square footage.
A job change or family emergency can arise unexpectedly, and the timing may not coincide with the end of that year-long lease you’ve signed. If moving is a must, odds are you can get out of your lease — as long as you act carefully.
Graduate school is a big investment. It can lead to big payoffs down the road, but paying for the actual schooling on the front end proves daunting to many students. The key is putting together a financing plan that's right for you and your career goals.
When trying to get into graduate school, you want your application to stand out. But not because it’s missing information or is poorly prepared. Here are six tips from experts in the field to help admissions officers remember you — in a good way.
Landlords want to find good, stable tenants, so if you seem like a good candidate, they may be willing to work with you on some points. Here are five tips on how to negotiate additions or changes to your lease.
In today’s era of hashtag-heavy tweets, abbreviation-filled texts and quickly dashed-off emails, you might not think it matters if your written communications have lots of typos and no punctuation. But it does.
D.C.-area renters might run into any number of weird layout issues in both older and recently constructed apartments. Think super-long hallways, strangely angled walls, funky room sizes or an overabundance of doors. But there are ways to either conceal or play up less-desirable features.
Affordable housing is dwindling, but there are a few reasons for optimism
When it comes to affordable housing, know your rights as a renter