About

Morgan Staub
Morgan Staub is a junior English major at SUNY Geneseo who hails from the small town of Katonah, New York. He has previously blogged for the Gandy Dancer, Geneseo's literary journal.

Stats about Student Loans

A great man named Jay-Z once said, “Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t.”  This mantra seems to hold true in nearly all areas of life, especially when it comes to the hot-button issue of student loans. As student loan debt and financial aid has recently become a polarizing—and often politicized—issue, the most straightforward information often …

Scholarships for Students with Impressive ACT/SAT Scores

The daunting SAT and ACT tests can be thought of in many ways. A random sampling of college seniors, after time to reflect on their test experience, variously described the tests as “rites of passage,” “milestones,” “headaches,” “stressful,” and “rewarding.” The bottom line is that all the above is true. Being truthful, the tests are …

Should I Apply for Financial Aid After I Get Accepted or Before?

The process of applying for financial aid can heap more stress atop an already trying period of time for many high school students. However, if done correctly, financial aid applications can be completed without stress. The months leading up to your freshman year of college will whiz by, and it can seem like there’s not …

Scholarships for Students with ADHD

According to recent statistics, around 11% of adolescents, adding up to ~7 million people, suffer from the common ailment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The diagnosed are disproportionately young millennials, a subject that has led to public figures, from psychologists to rapper Kendrick Lamar, referring to our generation “Generation ADHD.” This term glosses over …

Scholarships for Astronomy Majors

In the summer of 1969, Neil Armstrong landed a foot softly in a pile of moon dust, turned to look back towards the planet that propelled him to his current destination, and said, “…that’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.” Since our first successful journey to the moon over forty …

Colleges for Tech Enthusiasts

If you’re a fan of sci-fi shows like Westworld or The Black Mirror, you’re probably well aware of the increasingly large role technology plays in our lives, and how some see this growth as a problem. The only true way to ensure that we minimize misuse of technology, as you know, is to learn as …

Scholarships for Elementary Education Majors

Of the many career paths open to higher education students, there are few more selfless than going into elementary education. A field that is often under-appreciated despite its unquestionable importance, elementary education always could use more teachers that devote their lives to the betterment of young people. Teachers have the opportunity to impact a life …

Colleges with Unique Festivals

While everyone knows that college is for learning and growing into a productive member of society, it’s important to have fun along the way. Colleges organize many events during the school year, from club fairs to concerts to rallies. One of the more common recreational events is a festival, usually thrown during a certain time …

Scholarships for Agricultural Majors

Success in agriculture has always been one of the things America is most proud of, the way our fellow citizens work in fields, plowing and digging, to grow food and other staple crops. Since the American Revolution, where farmers made up most of the army of “minutemen” that took on the professionally trained British army, …