Olivia Wisse, Hofstra University
Whether you’re looking to relax your mind with yoga or burn calories without having to disturb your neighbors, these health influencers will help you work out in your small living space.
Salma Heram, George Washington University
Bring a taste of home with you to college with these fun and simple recipes!
Is getting everything ready for college starting to become overwhelming? Read on to find out how to prepare all of your supplies without feeling anxious.
With the upcoming school year approaching quickly, now’s the perfect time to start shopping for fun decorations to spice up your personal space!
Danielle Kuzel, Florida State University
Spare yourself the trouble of living in a cramped space on campus. Look at some apartments instead.
Here are several ways to make your home away from home a place that’s uniquely you.
Make your home away from home feel more like … well, home.
Olivia Dimond, Bates College
COVID-19 has radically changed the school year for college students, especially their dining experience. For many, the dorm is the new dining hall.
Lauren Prestia, University of Massachusetts Lowell
What to do when bubble baths aren’t an option for your self-care routine
Kala Horvat, University of Georgia
How to turn your shoebox of a room into a cozy and inviting space, even if the furniture is really ugly.
Chloe Pingeon, Colgate University
Good for your wallet. Even better for the planet.
Abby Webb, Rice University
Art doesn’t have to be expensive, and it can make all the difference in transforming your humble space.
You’re goan thank us later.
Selena Lundy, Grand Valley State University
Sharing her Oscar win with all women, France McDormand opens the idea of inclusion rider within contracts and equal representation of sex and race in film.
Kelly Savage, Central Connecticut State University
For the sexually active college student, the dorm room can be a nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be.
Annie Farrell, James Madison University
Snacks are a must for those late night study sessions—especially when the food court is closed.
Kaitlyn Peterson, UCLA
How a college student quickly became an entrepreneur while simultaneously encouraging environmentalism and preservation.
Dakota Buhler, George Fox University
Decorating hacks that will help you make your dorm feel like home, without breaking any rules or incurring any fines.
Devon Hodge, Western Washington University
From air-freshening bamboo palms to multipurpose aloe vera, these are the most low-maintenance, student-friendly plants you can get.
Abbey Slattery, Northwestern College
You’re going to drink a lot of coffee in college, so you might as well find your favorite way to make it.
Callie Bisset, Emerson College
You save money on a trip to Target, and you make your dorm feel less like a WWII bunker. Win-win.
Olivia Wickstrom, Portland State University
The design major constructed his own tiny home, and is making national headlines as a result.
Samantha Gross, Concordia University Irvine
The ultimate guide for trading in that trusted handle of Jack Daniels for RA-friendly activities.
Olivia McCoy, University of Georgia
*Continued relationship with roommate not guaranteed*
What to do when you’re too old to run and hide, but too smart to take care of it yourself.
Becky Hardin, University of Arizona Global Campus
This fun and nurturing activity may aid in alleviating the symptoms brought on by seasonal affective disorder.
Rory Conlon, De Anza College
In light of new pandemic challenges, colleges and universities across the nation are continuing to revise their safety guidelines.
Daniela Saffran, Rollins College
Feeling stressed and trapped within the four walls of your tiny dorm room? Get outside and try something new to benefit your physical and mental health.
Getting your body the nutrients it needs is important — especially with finals on the near horizon.
Whether you’re able to make it home for the holidays or not, here are some options for setting up festive decor and celebrating the season.
If you plan ahead and stay focused, you can avoid falling into the financial traps that have ensnared so many others.
Tiffany Singh, University of Central Florida
These inconspicuous life forms can leave unknowing assailants suffering from devastating —and deadly — symptoms.
Illusion Ventura, Whittier College
As the conglomerate continues to buy out massive corporations and expand its domain, the announcement of its most recent anime-related project has pleasantly surprised many fans.
Esha Shah, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Are you broke and in need of food, cosmetics or simply something to do? Well, an unexpected shop might just have you covered.
Changing household features like color, design and lighting can positively impact your frame of mind.
Virginia Laurie, Washington and Lee University
‘Saw’ director James Wan’s original new horror film left audiences divided in their opinions, but the third act twists gave unanimous satisfaction.
Decorating dorms, watching scary movies and listening to spooky playlists are just some of the things that can get you prepared for the holiday.
Natalie Gabor, Indiana University-Bloomington
By the time they’ve entered their final year, students have moved way past the honeymoon stage with their school.
Alice Han, Pepperdine University
You don’t have to be best friends, but if you get on the same page early on, your living situation will go a lot more smoothly.
Amy Harris, Utah State University
Their blooming story stretches back thousands of years.
Mason Cannon, Columbia University
There’s a certain kind of thrill in taking your bike out on the streets of the city that never sleeps.
Ariana Quijano, Georgia State University
The digital media giant has given the internet content for several years; however, the creators that have left seem to be much more successful in their creative endeavors.
Kelsie Westmoreland, Washington and Lee University
Are you an incoming freshman worried about the transition into dorm and campus life? Keep reading for advice.
Zach Terrillion, Oberlin College
The institution is dated and must evolve, but until it does, here are two ways to relish artwork outside of an impersonal indoor collection.
Jayni Nielsen, Pace University
Living on the road requires a much bigger financial and time commitment than most YouTube and Instagram stars are willing to let on.
Elliot Jackson-Ontkush, Skidmore College
People in the U.S. often claim they ‘don’t have an accent,’ but there are actually a variety of dialects present in the country originating from all over the world.
Karen Lu, Yale University
Whether you’re just starting at your university or are already familiar with the all-nighters to come, caffeine is an expensive necessity for many students.
Briana Byus, Biola University
‘The Freshman 15’ may be inevitable, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be healthy while studying for classes.
Although it may be challenging, you can still be religious while at school. Here are some ideas to help you keep your Islamic faith.
Michelle Buckley, Chapman University
For personal and educational use, this digital workspace allows students to organize their daily school lives and insert their notes, schedules and tasks in one accessible space.
The glasses company was founded as a response to the exorbitant prices of frames. However, recent business decisions have put the company’s future into question.
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.
Billie Eilish’s sophomore album ends critical whispers of her ‘flop era’ but is it possible to forgive her often problematic persona?
With three years down and one final year left to go, here’s some advice from a seasoned university student on what to do as a first year student.
L.R. Staples, Sarah Lawrence College
In comparison to the first season, the show’s second season really lets viewers see a more vulnerable side of Mae.
Stitching can be the perfect hobby for anyone who wants to enjoy a moment of tranquility in the midst of daily stresses.
Beth Jordan, Aquinas College
The beloved space opera comic is soon moving into its second part, and longtime supporters couldn’t be more ecstatic.
Isabelle Juan, Truman State University
Although award shows still have a long way to go in recognizing women within the film industry, here are seven whose careers are currently opening the door for the next generation.
With the pandemic still ensuring remote life as we know it, maybe it’s time to think about more outdoorsy summer activities that comply with the CDC’s guidelines.
Sophie N. Munoz, University of Texas at San Antonio
It’s crucial to keep safety supplies in a convenient place, because natural catastrophes don’t always provide a warning.
Treating oneself regularly can be detrimental, and it is important to be aware of the line between taking necessary time for oneself and creating bad habits.
Just because these aquatic pals need less attention than a cat or dog does not mean they are easy to take care of. Get ready to do some hefty research and set up a proper living space.
Benjamin Chen, Columbia University
Struggling with procrastination and feeling overworked? This free class through Coursera will make researching much easier so you can excel in college.
Chloé Zhao’s new film provides a refreshing take on the played-out trope of the protagonist hitting the road and coming to terms with their identity.
Kieran Benson, Luther College
In the final installment of the romantic-comedy movie series, Lara Jean Covey’s optimistic spirit is refreshing for those who are unlucky in love.
The position doesn’t just consist of telling someone what’s right and what’s wrong with a paper — it’s an opportunity to engage with your peers and your community.
Laura Song, Biola University
The experiences of wheelchair users are not always acknowledged on campus. Here are some things that are part of their day-to-day lives.
While the Taiwanese blockbuster focuses on themes that particularly pertain to the LGBTQ+ community, its messages are universal.
Nnekakwo Adibe, Lesley University
The genre allows women to shift deeply ingrained power dynamics.
Add some variety and flavor to your holidays with the help of some all-time favorite foods.
Give your guests the best treatment by providing everything they could possibly need for their visit.
Callie Rosenzweig, University of Chicago
Being more on the reserved side can be tough when first starting college — especially during a pandemic.
Anna Wurm, Texas A&M University
Use these inexpensive yet festive tricks to brighten up your living space this winter.
Making a visual interpretation of your dreams and goals can be inspiring and motivating.
Taking your school courses digitally can be difficult, but here are a few tips to help you stay on track.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
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.
Starr Shapiro, Columbia University
The YouTube channel provides a fun, free, inclusive and COVID-proof way to work out.
Since late 2017, many of the streaming platform’s releases have included romantic comedies, signaling an industry-wide shift back toward the genre.
Reem Farhat, Fordham University
It’s not just the place you sleep, especially now. Put more effort into making your space a special place you can unwind and enjoy, especially now that winter is up ahead.
Schools need to stop pointing fingers, especially when many of them haven’t taken the necessary precautions to keep campuses safe.
You can still take part in the seasonal festivities without putting your health at risk.
Sarah Gudenau, Oakland University
The phrase is popular on TikTok and it’s a good concept — here’s why you should start romanticizing your own life.
Katherine Brand, University of Michigan
Concern regarding the university’s inadequate pandemic response and the lack of transparency from administration has sparked outrage from several groups across campus.
Madelyn Haasken, Bemidji State University
With stronger peer relationships, more academic feedback and easier parking, many students find that smaller schools have more benefits.
The new TikTok trend has students documenting their daily lives while quarantined, but what bigger problems with reopening plans are revealed?
Emma T., UC Berkeley
The pandemic has proven that, beyond a shadow of a doubt, housing is health care. To provide it equitably and fairly, things need to change.
Even though many students will be attending school from home instead of returning to campus, it’s still important to prepare for the upcoming semester.
Tess McGrinder, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
While schools are struggling to open with on-campus instruction, social pressures fostered by fraternities and sororities are increasing the threat of COVID-19.
Katie Klear, Columbia College Chicago
With time on your hands and trash in your bin, why not try composting as your latest quarantine project? It’s easier than you might think.
Tamara Kamis, Cornell University
As you head back to campus, it is essential to set boundaries with your friends and learn about their health needs.
Although taking extra precautions in your own home might feel tedious, it is important to remember to respect the people you share a space with.
Srishti Tyagi, Cornell University
Self-care routines are often complex and easily forgetten when the stress of school returns. Instead, prepare yourself with these refreshing practices.
Anna Swenson, Butler University
Dating someone in the military is never easy, but it can be even more difficult when trying to get a degree. Still, it can be done.
As universities plan to return to campus in the fall, it is clear that they have failed to consider the safety and concerns of students who live off campus.
Julia Greene, Columbia College Chicago
Making your room into an efficient place to work and an enjoyable place to live can improve your mental health, promote productivity and encourage mindfulness.
Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you can’t get creative.
Chris Dang, University of California, Riverside
Someone has to fill the void left by Iron Man, Captain America and Black Widow. Who will step up?
Hannah Reynoso, University of Iowa
As school nears and students prepare to move into their dorms and apartments, this beverage is replacing the shelves that once contained Keurig pods and paper filters.
The app has a lot more to offer than Addison Rae’s dance videos. These redecorating hacks will help you achieve your dream space.
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