The Chance to Study Abroad The opportunity to study abroad is an exciting way to immerse yourself in a new culture. You’ll learn much more than you might in a classroom, and you’ll experience—up close and personal—those invisible cultural expectations you carry around from your background. You will either begin to learn a new language [ Read More ]
Science is not just for the here and now; it’s a roadway to the future. Just like a Los Angeles freeway, the scientific roadway divides into smaller pathways going in different directions. Some of those pathways are nearly parallel; others veer off at varying angles. If we think of that freeway as a basic degree, [ Read More ]
So it’s been a long workweek. You’ve been putting in long hours, tackling big projects, tacking on the overtime. Now that it’s coming to a close, you’re looking for a way to blow off some steam, enjoy the weekend and hit the refresh button on your positive professional outlook (or maybe you need a mid-week [ Read More ]
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 ]
You’re in college! Congratulations! I’m going to be the first one to tell you that no one cares. Don’t take that the wrong way, going to college is great, but you know what’s not great? Failing college because you didn’t study. Proud family members feel silly after sending you off into your adult life only [ Read More ]
Whether you are starting college as a freshman or a seasoned student, you are probably trying to organize some last minute preparations before hitting the books for another year. Every student has a different objective for the upcoming year, but the steps to achieve them are often similar. We at College Prowler have compiled three [ Read More ]
You’ve finished your finals, spent your last meal swipe and said goodbye to all your friends. What’s left to do? Oh right…move out. While it seems like a task that can be completed in one night, moving out, like most things done properly, takes time and effort. Here are some steps to moving out that [ Read More ]
Does life after college save room for the infamous “morning after drill,” or is this particular situation undergraduate-specific? For those of you well versed with the confusion and mixed-emotions following a night of fun turned uncomfortable and weird, then follow this three-step precautionary guide to your next morning after.
Over the past 12 years, you and your best friend survived braces, your first beers and slobbery fist kisses with boys half your height. So what happens when everyone else is heading off to different schools, you happen to enroll in the same university? Take my advice with these three simple steps on how to transition your BFF from home into your BFF at school.