It’s nearly the Holiday season, and you’re probably already anticipating the long drive or flight home to see your loved ones. However, packing can get a little difficult when your bedroom looks like someone took all your belongings and meticulously scattered them all over the floor and
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Surely we do not need to write a blog on this subject. You skipping class? No! You wouldn’t even consider doing that would you? Not after all the hard-work that it took for you to get there, all the money your parental units had to fork out, all the…. Oh, wait, you are a college
Starting college is a huge leap forward in life – it’s the first time you’ll be living away from home, you’ll be making an entirely new set of friends, and you’ll have almost complete free rein in life!
But between the socializing and partying, there are the mundane tasks that need
Shhh, there there, it’s okay. We all get a little lonely for the warmth of the bosom of family sometimes. It is only human, and going away to higher education is a huge step in so many ways. So what to do when the sad and heavy feeling hits you? Simply read on for a few suggestions on
The world of entertainment permeates a media student’s life every single day of the week, but you may not be aware of how much it surrounds you. To make it in media, students must have the drive but also the know-how to succeed and flourish. The list below offers useful research tips that can
With the escalating costs of a college education and the looming threat of student loans, students are seeking any way to save a few pennies here and there. Those pennies soon add up over the course of a year. Here is how to save big by saving a little.
1. Rent e-textbooks
Have a Kindle? Then
Here is a bit of fair warning: you will forget a lot (an amazing amount) about your time spent in college. All those classes, lectures, books, exams, parties: there is no way that the filing cabinet in your brain has room to store it all. Much will be discarded, save a few treasures that
Now that you are at college, you may have noticed that there is a whole new level of socialization that happens (or that is expected) here. You are not ‘in the real world’ yet, but you are not in the sheltered bosom of familial Suburbia anymore. You are going to be meeting the kinds of
Forget everything you’ve heard about life at college – you are there now, which means that you are almost ‘all grown up’ so it’s time that you learned the truth. This is the stuff that nobody wants to be upfront about when it comes to life at college. So here it is, 7 secrets of
Oh, you may think that you cannot keep pets in your dorm, but we beg to differ. Pets, after all, offer us comfort, companionship, soothing relaxation, an always-ready ear, and an excuse to stay in when we need to. Maybe you miss the big dopey Labrador you grew up with, or maybe you hanker
Starting college isn’t always easy. It’s your first step towards adulthood and independence. This may be the first time you’ve ever been away from home, or even out-of-state! Amid all of the anxiety during your first move to college, the presence of some familiar (and useful) items can be
College! Freedom! Independence! The beginning of a fresh start, a platform from which to launch the rest of your life and the chance to meet life long friends and have a lot of fun at the same time. I think your conscience has a lot to do with those first few years after school where you attend
Being in college is a whole lot different from being in high school. In high school, you’re with your family, used to being told more or less what to do. In college, it’s all on you. No one tells you when to do anything. While not quite like being out in the cold, cruel world, you do have
HEADS UP: the holidays are coming so you’d best start preparing. It’s time to give and receive, and that inevitably means that a good amount of loving thought and hard-earned cash will be going into the venture. We thought we’d offer some suggestions to prime you for the season to be
Don’t you hate it when the rain, sleet and snow stop on workout day? Take this morning, for example. It was a scheduled run day, but the early downpour meant that the workout could be cancelled. That’s fair, isn’t it? Who can be expected to jog in the sopping wet? One could catch
We all encounter him sooner or later: The T. Rex of professordom, who is a tyrant, a miserable grader, a petty dictator. The instructor who can’t teach his way out of a paper bag due to incoherent lectures, disorganized classes, or mumbled and arcane lectures. In a word, a terrible professor.
It’s one of those new and popular hybrid words you’ve probably heard being bandied about lately–“fashionomics.” This is where fashion meets economics and it’s where you need to be. Why? Well, the reasons are obvious aren’t they? Well, in case the reasons are not so obvious,
You look at your class schedule and groan. There it is: An undroppable, unchangeable class that is essential to your degree program. It’s an important class in your major, one where you really need to do well in it. And it’s scheduled for EIGHT O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING!
Why do they do