Being broke is what college is all about. Nothing teaches you more about budgeting than trying to eat, drink and have fun on a very strict budget. Sometimes we look back at our college experience and wonder how we made through those weeks where we had to make twenty bucks last through weekend and still [ Read More ]
Welcome to the age-old debate of the college years: Should you get a dog or should you not get a dog? While most adults would respond with a resounding, “No,” there are many aspects to college life that can be helpful when you’re trying to raise your own pet. PRO: You (hopefully) don’t have a [ Read More ]
As scary as this sounds, none of us have any control over when our time on Earth is over. We are mere mortals and while you may or may not believe in a higher power, you cannot dispute the fact that fate does not let us call the shots. That being said, it’s hard to [ 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!
This is an amazing guest post from my talented friend, Kelley Holahan The caps have been tossed, the gown hangs in the back of your closet and your diploma has been proudly displayed in your room…somewhere. Full of well deserved confidence you pour over job openings, strut your stuff in interviews and finally get that [ Read More ]
Every year starts the same way. We go into it with great expectations of what we will accomplish and how we will improve and make ourselves even better than we were the previous year. There is often a lot of work you need to do beforehand to make sure you succeed.
Thinking about transferring schools? Here are five tips to help you make a better decision for you! Whether the reason is cost, distance, people, or simply a dislike of the school, there are a lot of factors to consider when making the decision to transfer.
Whether you are commuting to save money or because you like the idea of your own room, just like every other decision you’ll ever make, there are pros and cons to being a commuter student. Pros: Your Own Room – Enough said. Home Cooked Meals – Dining hall food is mostly gross and indigestible. Home [ Read More ]
In the majority of colleges there are students who come from other cities in search of high-quality education followed by good working possibilities in perspective. A great number of these students study at prestigious universities spread across various departments. But in spite of all the advantages, most of these students get a disease which is [ Read More ]