By Jill Phelan, Saint Vincent College
Even though it may seem premature, you need to start asking yourself these questions now.
They all have one thing in common: None of them are really focused on school.
The green water has been drained and Ryan Lochte has been apprehended, but what, in the larger picture, have we learned?
If a professor has ever called you a “diamond carver,” you might want to consider scaling back.
If science allows researchers to separate the medicinal effects of marijuana from the narcotic ones, why would we not?
Getting a degree is not a competitive sport, so stop treating it like one.
This may surprise you, but they’re big proponents of not taking things too seriously.
When you and your loved ones disagree over horror movies, here’s how to prevent your differences from (metaphorically) tearing you apart.
Five tips for improving your writing and turning in an “A”-worthy paper.
Changing social mores have devalued the choice to become a mother, but at its core, feminism is about women being free to do and live as they want.
Your body changed when you were young and will continue to change as you age. It’s your mindset that matters, not the numbers on a scale.
In an era of toilet selfies and poop emojis, one writer’s fight for decency will not be deterred.
She who spares the rod spoils the show.
I’m confused: Which part of saving money, calories and time is the bad part again?
You deserve a break—we get it. But there’s a lot to be said for getting out of bed before dinner.
If you’re naturally a slow reader, English may have been a bad choice. But just in case, here are three tips to speed up your reading.
“Remember when I used spray sunscreen at the beach and got splotchily sunburnt? I was so mad at you.”
Nothing screams millennial more than streaming “Master Chef Junior” on Netflix to intentionally induce cathartic self-loathing.
“Emma refuses to let anything happen to Hook, Rumpel will always choose dark magic over Belle, and Snow White will never leave her daughter’s side. Rinse and repeat.”
In the eternal struggle between loving your friends and loving correct grammar, sometimes it’s better to choose your friends. Sometimes.
After “Fireflies” put Owl City on the map, frontman Adam Young has had trouble recapturing the creativity that made his music special.
Given the current educational system’s impotency, students could probably learn a thing of two from man’s original on-the-job training.
How to survive a customer service job when interpersonal skills are not so much your forte.
How to appreciate long distance relationships and all their subtle silver linings.
With the help of a simple trick, you too can learn to love the sport.
Voting ballots and diplomas are very similar in that they’re both worthless sheets of paper that symbolize a very valuable educational process.
Cheating is discouraged, tattoo referrals are common and they die more often than you’d think.
You can’t serve two masters before you get your Masters.
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