Marie Christensen, George Fox University
Choose a path that works best for you.
Andria Modica, Drexel University
RCC’s Vidmar is a writer for Huffington Post Teen Blog and MTV Founders, and an advocate for community colleges everywhere.
Alex Johnson, New York University
Nothing reflects a bright future quite like 947 solar panels.
Dominique Bander, Loyola University Maryland
At Pasadena City College, for instance, the number of students whose parents make more than $100,000 has increased from 197 in 2007 to 828 in 2017.
Ellyot Chen, Pasadena City College
After losing her cat in a car accident, Blythe Serrano hopes to prevent others experiencing such a loss by creating a light-up collar for dogs and cats.
The House GOP’s plan to change the federal-aid repayment system may cost community colleges when students drop out.
Tatianna Salisbury, Northern Illinois University
Consider my experience before buying into the stigma that commonly surrounds two-year institutions.
Jonathan Kim, University of Texas at Dallas
Under Trump’s proposed budget, financial aid for the neediest students would be gouged, further widening the education gap by class.
Amna Ijaz, Collin College
With the price of tuition continually increasing, community college makes more sense every year.
Daniel Wilcox, University of Texas at San Antonio
Unlike most college media, the show portrayed what college is really like for millions of people.
Brooke Mondor, Brookhaven College
Community college has obvious benefits like convenience, but it also has unspoken, unadvertised perks that most students are unaware of.
Taylor Miller, SUNY Cortland
Jaylen Jones, a Morehouse College sophomore, is giving back to his community with his ascension organization Achieve M.O.O.R.E.
Kelsie Westmoreland, Washington and Lee University
Are you an incoming freshman worried about the transition into dorm and campus life? Keep reading for advice.
Jayar Brenner, Michigan State University
The beginning of the fall semester can provoke a lot of stress, but hopefully this advice can help you thrive this year.
Natalie Gabor, Indiana University-Bloomington
The affordable prices and efficiency make the lesser-known grocery store the perfect place to pick up everything you need.
Salma Heram, George Washington University
Although it may be challenging, you can still be religious while at school. Here are some ideas to help you keep your Islamic faith.
While it’s easy to get distracted by classes and a busy social life, taking time to take care of your teeth, gums and mouth is still critically important.
Amy Harris, Utah State University
It is unfortunately all too common on school grounds. Here are some things to know if you find yourself being stalked.
Jael Davis, DePaul University
Why the concept of coming up with your own ‘hustle’ or opening a side business should be reevaluated, particularly within the Black community.
Brunella Tipismana, Smith College
Although the musical shines with its extravagant choreography and touching moments, it barely scratches the surface when it comes to real representation issues.
Mason Cannon, Columbia University
After attending a church service, a non-believer shares his thoughts on the power of religion to unite people of faith — but also to estrange outsiders.
Young people attending school already struggle to pay for sustenance, but the pandemic only made things worse. Fortunately, there are ways to combat student hunger.
Anastasiya Cernei, Missouri State University
In a world where campuses tilt a certain way on the political spectrum, more conservative students are feeling pressure to stay silent on certain topics.
Drew Goretzka, Michigan State University
It’s not easy being funny, especially when you’re a student looking to break into the comedy industry. Luckily, there are some resources you can turn to.
Emma Watts, University of Arizona
YouTube’s online studying community can be a great source of motivation, but it can also hinder your productivity.
Becoming an agent is an attractive career choice for many young adults, but you have to have the necessary skills to be successful.
Nnekakwo Adibe, Lesley University
College campuses are just one among many places where people with disabilities face systematic discrimination and exclusion.
Callie Rosenzweig, University of Chicago
Being more on the reserved side can be tough when first starting college — especially during a pandemic.
Alice Murphy, University of Maryland, College Park
The pandemic has made it unsafe to attend religious services, but people are finding other ways to stay rooted in their faith.
Haven Worley, University of Rochester
The fashion trend and subculture is rekindling an eagerness to learn after going viral on TikTok, Instagram and YouTube.
Danielle Kuzel, Florida State University
Searching for a career and a way to be financially stable after you graduate can be hard. But there are ways to de-stress that daunting task.
You don’t necessarily need to take the typical route for a career in the medical field.
Katherine Bry, Washington University
The pandemic has made the strained relationships between colleges and surrounding areas worse as students bring both the possibility of infection and rising rental costs.
Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
With the loyalty of their customers and their city, two families in Waco, TX continue to grow their small restaurants amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Madelyn Haasken, Bemidji State University
With stronger peer relationships, more academic feedback and easier parking, many students find that smaller schools have more benefits.
Katie Klear, Columbia College Chicago
College classes are moving online these days. Rather than stick with a subpar school experience, why not choose an alternative path?
Tamara Kamis, Cornell University
The pandemic has made helping out in person a lot more difficult, but there are plenty of opportunities to give back right from home.
As you head back to campus, it is essential to set boundaries with your friends and learn about their health needs.
Elias Khoury, University of Michigan
Public monuments to slave owners and racist leaders are nothing new, but their removal should force us to reconsider what we commemorate, especially at our schools.
Megan Stager, University of Pittsburgh
The online community has served the purpose of proliferating joy and connection around learning, but it may also be contributing to stress-inducing perfectionism.
Emma Tavangari, UC Berkeley
Previously focused on top-of-the-line ingredients and complex recipes, chefs and magazine editors have switched to pantry staples and cooking with just a few people.
James C. Loftis, University of North Texas
Enduring trials and tribulations while on the air, creator Dan Harmon’s show has finally garnered some long overdue popularity.
Discover why it is important to take a design course at an institution, the perks, challenges and what the overall experience looks like.
Alyssa Alexander, SUNY Buffalo State
Celebrities like the Kardashians and companies like H&M are praised for the styles that black people are derided for, then profit off of the publicity caused by the anger.
Nanda Illahi, Okayama University
The Netflix miniseries portrays a young Jewish woman fleeing a strict, patriarchal, Orthodox home in Brooklyn to Berlin.
Ian Nordin, University of Texas at San Antonio
The ornamental gardens of many college campuses provide no ecological help, but implementing native plants would add beauty and aid the environment.
Asha MacKay, Wellesley College
Many college students find comfort in racial affinity spaces. Multiracial students harbor an internalized barrier for entry.
Are you planning on going to college this year? You’ll need to invest in renters insurance to keep your items safe. Find out more top tips here.
You have all the information you could ever want at your fingertips. It’s easy to become obsessed with so much power.
Learn about how this architecture style took over public institutions and universities.
Emerson Holmes, Lindenwood University
No matter where you’re at on your gender journey, these five tips will help you navigate university life as a transgender individual.
Giana Gayles, Stanford University
Does one choose the athlete life, or does it choose you?
Stina Chang, University of Southern California
There’s a lot of factors to take into account.
Hannah Jumer, Converse College
‘Oh my God, I couldn’t stand being around all of that estrogen, isn’t it catty?’ No.
Christine Bushart, Georgia State University
The facts aren’t straight, either.
Entering college for the first time can feel extremely daunting. Here are some tips to hit the ground running.
Sydney Hawkins, Alabama A&M University
Don’t just look for things to stick on your resume.
Cameron Rapata, Columbia College Chicago
Is living off-campus the right move for you?
Charlotte Susser, University of Chicago
Oh, the places you’ll go.
Kaitlin Romriell, Southern New Hampshire University
I’ve tried many different forms of post-high school education. Here’s what I’ve learned about each one.
Noah Carey, University of Pennsylvania
‘The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists’ can teach plenty of lessons — some more valuable than others.
Eleanore Belanger, Arizona State University
Because you can … no matter how long it takes.
Simona Barca, American University
Can’t decide between yoga or barre? Why not both PLUS a martial arts class?
Maddy Ipema, Columbia College Chicago
This reboot triumphs with a queer, dynamic powerhouse of a family living in the heart of San Francisco.
Katelyn Melder, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Between pictures of dogs and celebrity selfies, Instagram can be a great source of advice for all of your college needs.
Amber Amortegui, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Who says you need to go broke?
Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
College is difficult. So is having an autoimmune disease. Going through both isn’t exactly a walk in the park.
Emma Uk, Brookdale Community College
The terminology and etiquette surrounding the Muslim month of fasting might be new to you, but they’re not complicated.
Sarah Diggins, Ithaca College
Influencers for novels? Why not?
Britni Hones, Lindenwood University, Belleville
Your microwave will be your new best friend.
There’s a reason college admissions processes are kept secret.
Anna Sutherland, American University
Living in a co-ed apartment might be difficult, but you can make it work.
Colin Boyd, Ithaca College
Prepare to learn some serious time-management skills.
Prepare for chaos, friendly strangers and loud music.
Zachary Truesdale, University of Texas at San Antonio
Hopefully, by reading this, you can learn them the easy way.
Yes, you have the time. And no, they don’t cost any money.
College pushes you out of your comfort zone, but you can control where that leads you.
Carrie Christensen, Pensacola Christian College
‘Fornite’ Monopoly, anyone?
If you’re wanting a wedding that looks like a million bucks, but you’re lacking on funds, it’s time to find budget-friendly options.
If you find that hard to believe, you might be part of the problem.
Abraham Ramirez, University of California, Los Angeles
College can be an amazing experience; however, there is a fear among students and parents alike as to how to even go about paying for it.
Elizabeth Ivanecky, McMaster University
Jon Chu’s ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ gives people of the Asian community the representation it deserves in this comedic film.
Admired for her outspoken nature, the MSU student explores taboo topics within the Muslim community with both a sharp humor and intelligent tone.
Brittany Sims, Temple University
As an accounting major, Petito enjoys helping low to moderate income people with their taxes.
Grace John, Rutgers University
Sharpe Suiting provides the formal clothing you want, not the formal clothing society expects you to wear.
Bonnie Wong, University of Southern California
A conversation with Sarah Adler, co-founder of Spoon University.
Michele Mendez, Temple University
Drew Langhart, a student at Arizona State University, helped to develop an app that encourages stronger relationships between students and faculty.
Philadelphia isn’t just philly cheesesteaks and soft pretzels.
Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon has proposed legislation for the Debt-Free College Act, which aims to combat mounting student debt.
What is it, who is it and what does it mean for college students?
Katie Lommen, Saint Louis University
Some colleges fit and others just don’t. It’s okay to admit that one is not for you.
Kayla Morosco, Chatham University
Don’t let people tell you that your vote does not matter. It does, especially if you are wishing for a change to happen.
Briana Perez, University of Texas at San Antonio
A college ministry can become a place of refuge and solitude away from the stress of classes if done correctly.
The 21-year-old, who is on the autism spectrum, was sent to jail based on suspicion that he carved a swastika and a racial slur into two Orange Coast College security vehicles.
Sarah Lynch, Marist College
Marist College revoked its most famous alum’s honorary degree, and others should follow suit.
Ever try to focus on an empty stomach?
Gillian Farnan, SUNY Cortland
GU’s Sam Shapiro aspires to have students connect to not only his writing but to every inclusive effort he performs on campus.
Audrey Bowers, Ball State University
Blogging in college can be a real challenge, especially for English majors, but the process of blogging can be rewarding for any major.
Miranda Maples, University of Tennessee
Student ambassador Haley Choate has perfected her college-work balance, and she makes juggling a dream job and college at the same time look simple.
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