I know college students never spend hours on Facebook or Netflix because we are all so busy with our homework and extra curriculars that we never have time for such things (HA!), but just in case anyone ever gets a little board, here are 10 movies that are sure to help you pass the time. Accepted [ Read More ]
Life in College
I know it’s easy to blow off all of this Election Day chaos because it can seem to be straight-up silly at times. With all of the mud-slinging and “he said, she said” going on, it’s easy to want to write it all off as one big joke, but even though the antics of the [ Read More ]
This is a Guest Post by HUGstronger. Kaleigh Somers’s college years were plagued by periods of personal doubt and depression, issues with body image, and academic obsessions. To help empower college students and reassure them that they are not alone in their struggles, be those personal, professional, academic, or athletic, she developed HUGstronger, a content-driven [ Read More ]
This is a guest post by education writer Jemima Lopez. You don’t realize it now, but college does end. Eventually you’ll enter a world where it’s no longer normal to wake up at 11:43 on a regular basis, spend the majority of your money on happy hour drinks and cold cuts, and regard class attendance as [ Read More ]
You can’t go online these days without seeing a new article about the latest and greatest social media site: Pinterest. Reese Witherspoon is talking about it, big brands like Kate Spade are using it as part of their digital strategy, and it has soared to more than 10.4 million registered users in a short amount [ Read More ]
Someday when you have a headful of white hair and grandchildren, you’ll look back on your college years with a smile. When you look back on those times, you’ll want to think of all the fun times and know that you made the best out of those four (or five) years you spent in college. [ Read More ]
Thanks to the folks at Frugal Dad, we’ve got a fresh new infographic for you on online privacy. According to Carnegie Mellon researchers, information listed on social media may be enough to guess a social security number, the key to identity theft. And with mobile banking apps, more and more people are logging sensitive information [ Read More ]
As most of you are painfully aware, we will be entering the month of February this week. With this comes the dreaded Hallmark-created holiday of Valentine’s Day. <begin rant> I have never been a fan of Valentine’s Day … ever. Every year I think about it with feelings of anticipatory doom and how much I hate [ Read More ]
As the first month of 2012 comes to a close some of our best intentions to keep our resolutions alive may be over too. As the year keeps going, so should we. Here are some tips to keep up your resolutions and goals!
In This Section: Life in College
Dorm life is all about your life in the dorms at college. We’re here to tell you what it’s like living in a dorm, the differences between living on and off-campus, and what to bring with you when moving in. We’ll give you tips and advice on dealing with roommates, how to get the most out of your dorm space, how to deal with problems in the dorm, tips on communicating with your RA, neighbors, how to choose your roommates and how to decide if a dorm or apartment is right for you. Anything that you would want to know about dorm life in college, we’ve got the information for you!