Olivia McCoy, University of Georgia
Make procrastination your reliable, new best friend with these three helpful tips.
From volunteer work to internships, here’s a list of the best five ways to enhance your college resume.
As appetizing as ramen all day every day might sound, let’s explore some alternatives.
The latest co-ed opinions on snipping.
Buy used, only after the first day and never from the university bookstore.
Long distance relationships are hard enough with just two people, so here’s how to deal with everyone else.
Learn from our mistakes.
Since English professors can be as inscrutable as the Dickens they assign, here’s what you need to do.
Perfect for when the phrase “pillow fight” suddenly doesn’t seem so cute.
In this article, when I say “period,” I mean stop, end-of-sentence, do-not-continue.
In an effort to democratize tech, the senior created “Code Orange,” an organization designed to teach coding to underprivileged students.
Though their first album drops at the end of June, the band’s single “Throwing Knives” is already garnering national acclaim.
When it comes to relationships, you don’t have to understand the controller to be in control.
In some households, meeting the parents is the easy part.
From friend of a friend (alcohol), to your best friend in the entire world, here’s what to get every special someone in your life.
Employers want to see a well-rounded graduate, but you’re not really the outgoing type. Here’s how to game the extracurricular requirement.
If you’re not sure if they know who you are, go ahead and scratch that name off the list.
*Continued relationship with roommate not guaranteed*
If you’re looking quick pick-me-up, remember: The closer you are to danger, the farther you are from harm.
If you love something it still can’t stay for free.
Regardless of how you feel about stalking, lying and blackmailing, your perfect schedule depends on them.
Using three of my real misunderstandings as precedents, here’s how you can tell whether or not you’re on a date.
Libraries in 2016: Irrelevant, or not irrelevant just yet?
In reality, you don’t need to accept anything, move on or experience emotional growth, you just need to keep it together until the next break.
An in-depth account from the nerd who took notes.
What to do when you’re too old to run and hide, but too smart to take care of it yourself.
Olivia McCoy, University of Georgia and Guest Contributor
Imagine how much fun ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ must be if people, despite knowing its nerdy reputation, still choose to play it.
Going is half the battle.
I’ve been attacked multiple times by on-campus squirrels, but it doesn’t have to happen to you.
A crusader for the fashion knights who say knee.
If any of these sounds familiar to you, that means you’ve gone from platonic to pining.
It’s like taking an English class and a sex-ed refresher at the same time.
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