Freshman year is, without a doubt, going to be one of the best years of your life. It’s bound to be filled with parties, sorority/fraternity functions and nights in the library with friends. Some of these nights you’ll remember forever, others may get lost in a drunken haze, but it’s the year you’ll spend the [ Read More ]
Fast food is especially tempting for college students because we don’t have kitchens or large freezers. Instead, we resort to junk and fast food to get us that quick fix of energy we need as we run around on campus. I got stuck in this trap during my junior year of college and ended up [ 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 ]
College Cures Reviews the MicroVision SHOWWX+ and WOWee One Speakers, the Home Theater that Fits in Your PocketAdd Comment
The great folks at MicroVision and WOWee have been kind enough to offer us some of their products to use and review here on the site. We’ve review a few different products now but this might be the coolest one yet, it’s surely the most unique. Never until now had I seen such a thing [ Read More ]
Oh, the joy and excitement of new love! The flowers, the attraction, the romantic nights… Pause: romantic nights can get a bit sticky in a dorm room scenario. It’s not exactly as if you have a place to yourself. True; you don’t have to worry about parents or siblings, but you do still have another [ Read More ]
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If you’re like me, the summer before I started college, I wanted to procrastinate absolutely everything college-related. I just could not accept that I was about to move on and that there were necessary steps I needed to take to be prepared. Learn from my mistake – you will want to be prepping for this [ Read More ]
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