You should be eating healthy in college and finals week is no exception (I realize this totally contradicts my last post, but after much retrospection I feel as if I have done a disservice to the collegiate youth of America by encouraging you to clog your arteries and slow your brains when you need them [ Read More ]
While partying it up all weekend seemed to be a good choice at the time, I’m sure you’ll regret it when the final hours of your Sunday night tick down. While having fun in college is important, so is finishing your school work (unfortunately). While I consider myself to be a procrastinator extraordinaire, I have [ Read More ]
The fast approaching and sometimes dreaded segue from your merely apathetic academic years in college to a career in a world that is often deemed ruthless can appear aimless and overwhelmingly stressful. But does it have to be that way? You have to look the part in order to act the part. In order to [ Read More ]
It’s just another week in college and, as usual, you saved all your homework until Sunday night (don’t worry, you’re certainly not the only one). You’re flying through a French essay or a Orgo lab but it all goes downhill when you boot up the Internet. Sure, it starts out innocent enough: you just need [ Read More ]
Are your friends the major source of distraction during finals week? Find out the four types of friends who can prevent you from doing well and how to deal with each one.
Solidify A Career Path: 3 Important Lessons To Live By While Discovering Your Professional Interests In College4 Comments
Solidifying a career path is one of the most difficult and painstaking processes I, as well as many others, have endured throughout college. As a senior, I can tell you I still have not fine tuned my professional decisions post-college, but I can offer you words of wisdom along with an array of choices you [ Read More ]
Last week, I posted about the best places for a summer vacation. Now, it seems that was a bit of a preemptive, as many (read: all) students still have finals to go through. It only seems natural that I correct this egregious oversight and tell you how to prepare for finals.
5 Ways To Make Your Summer Productive: Build Your Resume with Volunteer Work, Summer Jobs and InternshipsAdd Comment
Not everyone gets an internship and not everyone wants one. If you have a summer schedule that looks 100% empty, then check out 5 things you can do that will help boost your resume!
Finals are around the corner which means all college students can be ready for STRESS! If you feel overwhelmed, exhausted or beat,check out these 5 things you can do to release stress.
In This Section: School
As the most important part of attending college, this category offers you advice on choosing classes, how to arrange your class schedule, purchasing books and planning your course of study. But of course there is more to school than just planning: we also give you study tips, advice on time management, we show you how to form a relationship with your professor and peers, and how to succeed when you are feeling overworked or stressed out. We also cover tips on internships, jobs, and what happens after college; you know, graduation? Whether you need to find out the best place to buy your textbooks or how to deal with a lousy professor, we’ve got the tips and advice for you.