By Andria Modica, Drexel University
What even is a term, anyway?
By Dominique Bander, Loyola University Maryland
Connor Clegg, the student body president of Texas State in San Marcos, was found guilty of all six articles of impeachment.
By Gabriella Evans, Northern Arizona University
If DACA students’ citizenship changes, they could be considered international or undocumented students, a change in nomenclature with significant ramifications.
By Natalya Pomeroy, University of Houston
You’re constantly busy, but that doesn’t mean you have to neglect your diet. Instead, try meal-replacing smoothies.
Financial expert Patrick Harker thinks the ways college is financed could hurt low- and middle-income students from succeeding.
By Sam Kasierski, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Just don’t smoke so much that you forget about these great options.
The non-lethal shooting has raised questions about what campus police should and should not be able to do.
By Erin Marie Winans, James Madison University
Your dream college waitlisted you. Now what?
By Brittany Sims, Temple University
The Ottawa-born star and his ‘Kidney Beans’ address thorny, important issues like love, gender roles, depression, anxiety attacks and mental health.
Call them what you want to, but the vape gods are here to stay.
By Isabelle Mencia, University of Florida
Against the lucrative offer of special prices for students, the question remains whether the new iPad will make a technological difference.
By Sarah Marchan, University of Texas at San Antonio
How taking a break from drinking for just a semester can help you serve the damage that alcohol can do.
By Michaela Sickles, Suffolk University
Your 20s, especially your time at college, are for jumping out of your comfort zone, trying new things and exploring new cities.
By Elise Bortz, New York University
From leadership training to global food sharing, the annual TEDx NYU this year introduces the community to a span of visionary ideas that promise to induce global changes.
By Erin Alexander, Middle Tennessee State University
The alleged incident, in conjunction with Larry Nassar’s felonies, paint the picture of a university intent on covering up the crimes of its athletics community.
The man accused of murdering college student Jacqueline Vandagriff says her dying caused him to ‘panic,’ dismember her body and light it on fire.
In a controversial op-ed, columnist James Bovard refuted reports about food insecurity on college campuses, instead calling students ‘overweight and lazy.’
By Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
Looking to hunker down and focus on studying for finals? These five soundtracks will get you through the grind.
Andrew Dorogi, an economics major and senior at Amherst College in Massachusetts, died after falling onto train tracks in Mexico City.
If you just finished your third tub of ice cream out of stress, it’s time to check out these Vines for a healthier and more waistline-friendly therapy.
By Audrey Bowers, Ball State University
Before calling it quits and declaring your roommate your archnemesis, read these tips to improve your roommate situation.
By Julian Randall, Texas Tech University
Everyone deserves a decent wardrobe without burning your bank, and this style bible is how you will achieve just that.
By Samantha Jorgens, Central Michigan University
Though your friends might be miles away, that doesn’t mean that you can’t be as tight-knit as you always were.
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.
By Cason Ragland, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Should people put too much emphasis on what others do on their social media profiles?
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?
The controversy is the latest in a series of blows to the reputation of the historic HBCU, whose president students are now demanding resign.
Middle Tennessee State University is the latest recipient of a grant from the foundation, which has a history of using such agreements to advance their political agenda.
By Nola Hynes Brody, University of Houston-Victoria
With their full-time jobs and families, non-traditional students definitely have different college experiences.
Words by Elise Bortz, New York University.
By Rakshya Devkota, Saint Louis University
The Parkland shooting survivors’ activism is just the latest in a long, proud tradition of student protest in the U.S.
By Ellyot Chen, Pasadena City College
Every college major and minor comes with stereotypes and misconceptions. Don’t be that guy who thinks they’re all true.
By Adriana Luna, Northwest Vista College
As the madness reaches an astounding conclusion, here are some predictions on who will come out on top.
By Daniel Reed
Need help with a paper? Turn to a source who knows what they’re doing.
Most of them include missing out on precious opportunities for, well, your laziness.
By Abraham Ramirez, University of California, Los Angeles
College students popping Adderall or Ritalin isn’t a new thing. But those without ADD or ADHD should beware of the risks that come with it.
Many brackets are busted due to the many surprising upsets this year.
By Catherine Gregoire, University of Texas at Austin
College life can be a little breezier with these items you might not have considered before.
By Katie Lommen, Saint Louis University
Some colleges fit and others just don’t. It’s okay to admit that one is not for you.
If you find yourself overwhelmed with all the midterm tests looming after spring break, sit back, take a breath and follow these eight tips.
If Cabo San Lucas isn’t on your spring break agenda, these eight things can be.
By Alex Johnson, New York University
Across the country, a handful of states and pioneering student groups have paved the way for no-cost tampons and other feminine hygiene products.
Lost your significant other to uncuffing season? Here are five ways to help you move on.
Don’t let being stuck in your hometown over spring break get you down, there’s still plenty to do and more than enough time to sleep.
By Megan Batt, SUNY Cortland
Referees make mistakes just like the rest of us. If that wasn’t true, these four games from this year’s March Madness tournament might have ended differently.
By Sam Thoma, Wisconsin Lutheran College
In a whirlwind of upsets and buzzer-beaters, March Madness kicked off in full swing in its first weekend.
By Grace John, Rutgers University
You would have gotten a letter grade higher if it weren’t for the pesky participation points.
The University of Hawaii Maui College is taking advantage of its ample sunlight and conservation-minded student body to transition to renewable energy sources.
Unfortunately, texting doesn’t count as essay prep.
March Madness is finally here and the stakes are high, as always, thanks to many talented new players.
By Haley Newlin, Southern New Hampshire University
Projected upsets, comebacks, turnarounds and more for the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
Despite their efforts, schools are struggling to keep up with the increasing rates of students with mental-health problems.
The House GOP’s plan to change the federal-aid repayment system may cost community colleges when students drop out.
By Emilie Romero, University of Nevada
Safety comes first, and fun comes second.
People often say one thing, but end up doing the other and college students are usually the ones constantly fighting to keep up.
Don’t get sucked into the academic black hole that is your college GPA.
By Diego Galicia, Valencia College
Whether it is your first year or your third year away from home, as an international student, you will experience moments of homesickness.
The crash, which has several confirmed casualties, will also affect the FIU community, many of whom are on spring break.
Maybe it’s not such a bad thing that your advisor pressured you to take that seemingly useless class next semester.
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.
By Ana Greening, Texas State University
Knowing the mechanics of the art of speaking leads to far more than just a good grade.
As if the decision wasn’t hard enough the first time around, there are several things to consider before making your next move.
By Jade Hookham, UC San Diego
You’re just one microwave and a few eggs away from eating like Gordon Ramsey.
These five things created the best stories of your life that you will never get to tell because they didn’t actually happen.
The programs pride themselves on offering a distinct kind of experience, one unavailable at any other school and often predicated on personal attention.
The school’s Title IX coordinator is the daughter of the university president and has reportedly mishandled sexual assault on campus.
Setting aside time to find creative outlets can help most students feel relief from the undeniable pressures of college life, whether or not they happen to have a creative bone in their body.
By Bonnie Wong, University of Southern California
Universities everywhere should offer emotional intelligence classes to address the care and keeping of one’s internalized feelings.
One protestor left a note reading, ‘The guy moderating the talk is on my course and he’ll have a difficult time once the strike is over.’
In a move geared toward graduating and sending more high school students to college, the Los Angeles district covered the cost for over 4,000 students.
Ever try to focus on an empty stomach?
‘My sister and I shouldn’t have to relate the fact that we’ve both been abused,’ said the Michigan State freshman about Nassar.
By Cleo-Symone Scott, Virginia Commonwealth University
Students everywhere are fed up with how their schools are using their tuition money, prompting them to want to be involved in the decision-making process
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and for college students, there are so many ways to celebrate the super-fun holiday.
Maryland judge Roger W. Titus has constitutionally okay’ed the president’s plan to put the decision in Congress’s hands.
We all wish we could take a day off from work every once in a while, but is it worth it to take a mental health day? Absolutely.
She claims that Westminster violated a restraining order and Title IX regulations by housing her ex-boyfriend too close to her.
Many college students love having a sun-kissed glow, but going to a tanning bed every week isn’t the safest way to achieve the look.
Those long nights might have bigger consequences than fewer Netflix binges.
Blogging in college can be a real challenge, especially for English majors, but the process of blogging can be rewarding for any major.
Since Geoffrey Chaucer published ‘The Canterbury Tales,’ satirized students have been a common trend in humorous rhetoric.
Alligators, mosquitos and swamps, oh my!
The Ivy League college will allow all gender identities to room together in whatever combination the individuals choose.
By Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
To deal with the anxieties of college, find the rituals that help center you and then be intentional enough to use them.
By Leslie Currie, University of Virginia
New York’s controversial practices regarding sexual harassment raise deeper questions surrounding entrenched gendered disparities on college campuses.
UC Berkeley’s Ariel Parra captures stunning photos of what Cali has to offer its college students.
A letter of recommendation is a definite way to stand out in a positive manner and is most likely going to be required at some point in your life.
Sophia Amoruso’s ‘#GIRLBOSS’ is an inspiring book about the author’s difficult journey of creating a successful business empire.
According to Forbes, the trend represents an ‘undeniable reversal of the historical norm.’
By Tabitha Prisinzano, Columbia College of Missouri
With these handy tools, you’ll easily be able to cook like a pro on the cheap.
By Vanessa Le, Chabot College
You may have partied in high school, but college parties are on a different level, and you need to make sure you’re prepared.
By Gillian Farnan, SUNY Cortland
Union College’s discovery of a lock of George Washington’s hair in their library is bringing the 18th century into the new millennium.
When cops searched two men outside of Gentile Arena, Loyola student Alan Campbell criticized the force being used and was then taken into custody himself.
By Briana Perez, University of Texas at San Antonio
When studying in religiously sensitive countries, being prepared can mean the difference between enriching and endangering.
March Madness is on the way, but who takes the crown this year?
There are more fulfilling ways to spend spring break than on the beach; take a trip to the past instead and learn something new.
The menu, which led to the firing of two Aramark employees, featured a host of stereotypical foods, including a Kool-Aid flavored water.
The university received criticism after a student on Twitter noted the irony of the all-male panel concerning women in mathematics.
Even though they’re busier than ever, the modern college student requires a lot more sleep than most are getting.
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