The Top 20 Songs of 2010

“Music makes the people come together, yeah…”

Okay, so maybe that song is a little old now, but it still tells a valuable truth: music is incredibly important to people’s lives. Certain songs can take you back to a fun summer memory, while others can remind you of sadder times or friends whom you’ve lost contact with over the years. EDUinReview would now like to bring a few of those memories back to you via a recap of the Top 20 Songs of 2010.

In 2010, there were several new artists who hit the scene – Ke$ha, B.O.B., and Bruno Mars to name a few. Also, several old-school bands made a come-back this year- Enrique, Usher, and Train.

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Top Education News Stories for 2010

News Stories of 2010As 2010 draws to its close, we took a look at the most read news stories on EduInReview.com. As you may know, our blog covers a very wide range of topics, from advice on applying to college to education legislature in Washington. This list is created by our readers: these are the topics you are searching for and reading about.

1. IPad EBook Reader to Offer Textbooks

Released in April of 2010, the iPad was one of the most discussed tech developments of the year. The tablet computer offers far more interactive capacity than a standard e-reader, and book publishers leapt at the opportunity to make their digital textbooks iPad-compatible.

2. IPad Textbooks and IBookstore to Change How College Students Consume Books

Although a report from OnCampus Research found that by the fall semester of 2010 only four percent of college students were using an iPad to study, the potential for growth in the eduction sector is great. Schools around the globe are adopting the new technology, using digital books to supplement traditional classroom materials.

3. 30 College Date Party Ideas for a Can’t-Miss Event

Parties are a staple of campus life, but just getting a keg every weekend isn’t going to cut it. This thorough list of themes is sure to give you inspiration for the next date party your sorority or fraternity hosts.

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Black Friday 2010 Student Discounts

There is a popular American tradition the day following Thanksgiving, known commonly as Black Friday, where stores across America extend their store hours and offer significant discounts on products or services.

Dating back to 1966, Black Friday is also commonly considered the first official day of the Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa holiday season.

While Black Friday is not an official government recognized holiday, many employers grant their workers the day off as a “long weekend” for the Thanksgiving holiday (because Thanksgiving always falls on the fourth Thursday of the month of November), thus increasing the number of potential shoppers that will frequent the stores and notable sales.

Stores normally open as early as 5 a.m. on Black Friday morning, if not midnight on Thursday.

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