By Annie Farrell, James Madison University
With the real world looming and the pressure of finding a job increasing daily, here are three ways to cope.
Your parents won’t be going to college with you, therefore it’s time to learn how to survive on your own.
Smells like team spirit!
Stanford senior Sandro Luna promotes nutrition among college students through Judo.
Snacks are a must for those late night study sessions—especially when the food court is closed.
There will be brooding.
Self-discipline can be hard, so why not let technology help?
Which also means you can’t forget your backpack!
Although today’s children may never experience the same kind of movies we did, they’re being introduced to something far more important—the real world.
Stop settling for $7.25 an hour.
Going to college means having to do everything by yourself, but when meals get consistently boring, make sure you know a thing or two about mom’s cooking.
Going on their third year, Amazon Prime is hosting a deal day for their users and have great deals for students on a budget.
Going to school in the summer after you’ve been stressing for the last sixteen weeks sucks, but maymesters can be worth it in the long run.
Despite your feelings on the subject, it’s hard to deny that gluten free is good for your body.
From practical considerations like electrical outlets, to cultural differences regarding hygiene, your trip will be a lot more fun if you know what you’re getting into.
Picking comfort over style is always the right way to go for shoes, especially in college.
Unlike in high school, slacking off in your last year of college can really tank your post-grad plans.
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