Christmas is a great time to be in love – you have someone to snuggle up with on cold winter days, someone to chuck snowballs at, and a guaranteed extra present under the tree. And if you’ve found that person you want to kiss under the mistletoe, then you might be considering asking them to
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In college the best way to meet people and expand your overall experience is to get involved. Sure, you could go through school by doing the bare minimum and keeping to yourself, but you’d be robbing yourself of the college experience.
College clubs are not lame. In fact, anyone who
Parties are a part of many students’ college experience. There is nothing wrong with drinking alcohol at a party if you are at least 21 years old. However, drinking is something that can very easily get out of hand. That is why you need to make sure that you drink responsibly. Below are some
One of the most interesting majors for students at both the undergraduate and graduate level is that of public administration. In this field, students will learn how to manage and oversee nonprofit organizations, government agencies and advocacy groups. Many students are interested in public
Are you a dedicated fan when it comes to your school’s sports teams? Perhaps you are thrilled with the education that you’ve been given by your college. No matter the reason, showing your support can be a great way to both show your love and advertise your favorite school. Here are
The Internet has made the professional writing industry go through some substantial changes. Now, writers rarely use notepads and typewriters, but have traded them for iPads and computers. This allows wordsmiths to capture their ideas whenever the mood strikes, whether they are on the road en
With the beginning of every semester comes a new shopping list. No, not the one comprising of that new chic look you want to trial for Fall/Winter – the one with all those darn books. Between textbooks and suggested reading, the price of these supplements to your education can come at an
Whether you’re attending school online or at a traditional campus, college is stressful. Between finding time to complete assignments and making sure that you’re prepared for exams, the stress can quickly mount. If you’re a busy college student, it’s important that you
So you’ve decided to move off campus, either because you’re tired of res life or your university simply doesn’t offer housing for all four years.
Before you embark upon your journey to find your dream apartment/house, check out this list of tips that can help make the decision making
People think decisions come to an end once they choose their college. The reality is that the decisions are only beginning. One of the next big decisions is which type of dorm to stay in? Should it be a separate one or a coed one? Whether you are going to one of the Texas Colleges or one on the
It can be really difficult to keep healthy at university especially when your main food group becomes pizza and the only exercise you get is on the dance floor. But we’re here to help! Here are 3 simple, one-pot 30 minute meals!
We all know how difficult it is to eat well when you’re at uni
You surely know how to survive the pub. You’ve had lots of practice, right? Well, don’t be ashamed if you haven’t. After all, by the time you head off to college, you may or may not have passed the magic age that allows you entrance into the hallowed halls of liquid libations. Not
When you’re at college, it’s easy to feel that the world outside just doesn’t exist. You’re in a self-contained universe, almost everything you need is right there on campus, and there just isn’t much reason to leave. There may come a time, however, when you miss
College changes everything. You may be the same person that you were when you left high school, but everything that surrounds you will be different. Having a variable schedule each day that you can choose, designing an academic program that consists of courses that are required as well as
You are going to classes, right? – Check
You are making time for studying, researching and writing projects, right? – Check
You are selflessly giving of yourself by showing up at the Uni pubs and bars and clubs on a regular basis, right? – Check
You are keeping in touch with
Some of us struggle with getting out of bed in the mornings. Okay, most of us struggle. But how can a hike across campus on a blustery day to get to a lecture as dry as toast compete with the mattress that warmly supports you and the blankets that caress you in their folds? Really, it can’t.
So, what are you to do when orientation week is over? Well, for starters it’s likely that you are feeling very highly oriented, so there shouldn’t be any problems, right? What, you’re having problems? Hmm…
- Maybe the orientation was simply too fast for you to fully absorb all that
Congratulations, you got into University! And now, after all your hard work, the experience has begun. The classes, the parties, the reading, the pubs, the studying, the local hotties… That is unless your attending one of those newfangled online colleges. There are plenty of online college