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How to Recover From Pulling an All-Nighter Before Your Exam

If you’re a night owl, you probably leave studying for the last minute because...

10 Cheap, But Fun Dates

 We know that college kids have high expectations with low budgets so we decided to come up with some good cheap dates that don’t involve watching Netflix in bed for the 5th night in a row.

Things to Consider Before Going Greek in College

Cost isn't something I had thought much about beforehand, but joining Greek life comes with some built-in expenses. Some costs we've incurred include a recruitment fee, house fees and dues, a sorority pin, a more extensive wardrobe, and social functions. Many of these are optional, of course, but some are definitely not.

The Places You Are Most Likely To Make Friends In College

Making friends and being social is part of life. From pre-school up until your senior year of college and even beyond, continuing to foster relationships and friendships is an extremely important factor in one's mental health and also emotional intelligence. Friends offer you laughs, stress relieving vent sessions, fun experiences, and when you choose the right friends, they can be positive influences. When entering a new school or even starting a new year at your current school, there are always going to be opportunities on and off campus to meet new people and make new friends.

Best Ways to Get Good Night’s Sleep During Your College Years

Many college students constantly deal with a lack of sleep because they’re trying to cram too many things into a single day, from classes...

How to Recover From Pulling an All-Nighter Before Your Exam

If you’re a night owl, you probably leave studying for the last minute because you’re more productive late at night. Many college students tend...

10 Cheap, But Fun Dates

 We know that college kids have high expectations with low budgets so we decided to come up with some good cheap dates that don’t involve watching Netflix in bed for the 5th night in a row.

Things to Consider Before Going Greek in College

Cost isn't something I had thought much about beforehand, but joining Greek life comes with some built-in expenses. Some costs we've incurred include a recruitment fee, house fees and dues, a sorority pin, a more extensive wardrobe, and social functions. Many of these are optional, of course, but some are definitely not.

The Places You Are Most Likely To Make Friends In College

Making friends and being social is part of life. From pre-school up until your senior year of college and even beyond, continuing to foster relationships and friendships is an extremely important factor in one's mental health and also emotional intelligence. Friends offer you laughs, stress relieving vent sessions, fun experiences, and when you choose the right friends, they can be positive influences. When entering a new school or even starting a new year at your current school, there are always going to be opportunities on and off campus to meet new people and make new friends.

Best Way to Break the Procrastination Habit

Procrastination can be one of the most challenging habits to break. And unfortunately for many people, it is one of the most common bad habits out there.

This Is Why College Should Be Free Of Charge

Education is probably one of the most expensive things in life you spend your hard earned money on. Most college students even need a loan to pay for their classes. That’s the reason why approximately 45 million Americans have a student loan debt.

Is Greek Life Right For You?

Greek life is something that is often portrayed as a quintessential part of the college experience. But in reality, every college experience is different. Some people love the idea of being part of a fraternity or sorority, while others know it’s just not a good fit for them. If you’re still unsure, this quiz will help you figure out if Greek life is right for you.

How to Be Engaged in Even the Most Boring Class

College is full of so many exciting new things: new people, new location, new food, new independence, new activities. Because of this, sometimes it’s easy to forget why you’re in college in the first place: to learn. Especially with required general education classes, it’s easy to view college classes as just a boring chore that you have no intrinsic interest in.

Spanish Siestas Are Underrated

Life is filled with different wonders.  A variety of events and situations have the ability to cause immense happiness in many people.  However, sometimes, it is important to recognize the little things in life that can culminate into some of life’s little pleasures.  For example, one of the best, yet most underrated pleasures of life is definitely… naps.

Why the Older Generations Always Seem to Find Fault in Millennials

There is definitely a stereotype surrounding the quality of young people nowadays. Millennials are commonly looked down upon by older generations who make comments such as “When I was younger, I would have never behaved that way”, “We were never this entitled when we were that age”, or “We actually had to work for what we wanted”.

Is it Possible to Have Different Friend Groups in College?

For many people, their high school experiences have been defined by their friendships with a very specific group of people. High schools are known for being pretty cliquey, without a ton of opportunity to make new friends outside of your designated group.

Should Emotional Support Animals Be Allowed On Campus?

Sydney Sheets is a college student who takes Halo, her service animal, everywhere. When it comes to Halo going into class with her, a few people have issues with it, even though it is not against the law. The Americans with Disabilities Act covers service animals. Plus, the federal housing act says that, even though emotional support animals have no rights in classrooms, they do have rights in regards to housing and dorms.

Two Massive For-Profit Colleges Allowed to Become Non-Profits

In what has been a controversial announcement, the Education Department has decided to allow tow large for-profit colleges to become nonprofits. The colleges in question are the Art Institutes and Kaplan University. Both of them will become public colleges and this is something that is going to be closely watched as other colleges look to do the same thing.