By Grace John, Rutgers University
Even if English is your least favorite subject, a creative writing course might help you find an appreciation for writing.
By Camelia Juarez, Texas State University
Texas State University students struggle to solve issues while battling for their voice to be heard from campus leaders and administrators.
By Cason Ragland, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Although esports is a young concept, many game design students benefit from the esports scholarships available across the nation.
By Ana Greening, Texas State University
After working with with the charity Mx. WashU for two years, Olivia Williamson looks forward to her future as an educator.
By Joiya Reid, Georgia Southern University
Spring break is known for parties and booze, but when drinking isn’t an option, this easy recipe for virgin margaritas may be just what you need.
By Natalya Pomeroy, University of Houston
If, like me, caffeine does terrible, unspeakable things to your constitution, try these naturally energy-dense snacks to stay up sans espresso.
If you expect to spend student loans on things other than textbooks or computers, think again.
By Alex Johnson, New York University
In a move that more accurately reflects the modern student body, William and Mary hired Katherine Rowe as their 28th president.
By Samantha Jorgens, Central Michigan University
The college freshman is the founder of Lunasonde, a satellite mining company, and has extensively researched both space and Parkinson’s disease.
By Jade Hookham, UC San Diego
You may think that you have a perfect friendship with your roommate until their relationship starts to come into the picture.
By Dominique Bander, Loyola University
Though RBG applauds the #MeToo movement, she echoed Betsy DeVos’s sentiment that Obama-era Title IX processes denied the accused parts of their due process.
By Erin Marie Winans, James Madison University
Many people sport jewelry on their earlobes, but how many of these popular piercings do you have?
By Catherine Gregoire, University of Texas at Austin
It’s always been your dream to drown in books, right?
Students argue that the programs essentially act as affirmative action for the wealthy.
By Sarah Marchan, University of Texas at San Antonio
The recent ‘pig roast’ scandal at Cornell’s Zeta Beta Tau fraternity might be shocking, but it isn’t as unusual as you’d think.
By Sam Kasierski, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Don’t worry, seniors. Pick up your head and wipe away that drool — you will get through this easy 101 freshman class. Trust me on this one.
By Rakshya Devkota, Saint Louis University
Sometimes all the stress that comes with being a college student can make it hard to relax, but as always, there’s an app for that.
By Valerie Carrington, Penn State
College coursework can be arduous, but indulging in the perfect glass of wine for each assignment can make it fun.
By Nola Hynes Brody, University of Houston-Victoria
Managers and employers are finding that millennials lack a clear understanding of what constitutes professionalism.
By Megan Batt, SUNY Cortland
Although most students use the library, there’s plenty of other places where you can study.
By Julian Randall, Texas Tech University
Being a black college student has its own struggles, but being a black student at predominantly white university (PWI) is a completely different ballgame.
By Rebecca Crosby, Trinity College
Writing application essays is a dreaded task, especially when it’s your second time. But don’t worry, transfer essays are easy to ace.
In response to the broader #MeToo movement and its ‘Shitty Media Men’ list, senior Elizabeth Dunn leaded the names of 30 ‘men to avoid.’
By Gabriella Evans, Northern Arizona University
David Nadlinger took first place in an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council competition with his minuscule, groundbreaking picture of an atom.
By Brittany Sims, Temple University
If college life wasn’t stressful enough, the insurmountable burden of tuition costs should be the least of these student’s problems.
As emotional support animals become more popular, colleges are grappling with their effects, including what to tell the randomly assigned roommate.
By Briana Perez, University of Texas at San Antonio
Building a relationship with professors provides students with a more fulfilling collegiate experience.
The consequences of using that fake ID can give you a bigger headache than the most severe hangover.
By Plamedie Ifasso, Texas Woman’s University
Acing class and becoming a better writer along the way? Challenge accepted.
In a statement from the university, representatives claim that she was not participating in the Tide Pod challenge, but rather trying to intentionally self-harm.
By Tabitha Prisinzano, Columbia College of Missouri
Online education is the way of the future and employers are viewing online education more favorably in recent years.
By Taylor Miller, SUNY Cortland
Research shows that chicken nuggets are mostly fat and sugar with no nutritional value. Nonetheless, Chicken Nugget Syndrome is rising among young people.
Sick of eating on campus, but too scared to cook for yourself? These easy-to-follow college food blogs have got your back.
After comparing the weights of the women they’ve slept with, members of Zeta Beta Tau who participated in the ‘Pig Roast’ will undergo counseling and more.
By Katie Lommen, Saint Louis University
Change begins at the collegiate level – if college campuses can end the Pence rule, then so can society.
By Kayla Lichtman, Middlebury College
As college life and the cold weather wear you down, here are some simple ways to keep you sane through the winter months
If you’re a college student renting a home, pay close attention and you might just get that security deposit back.
By Bonnie Wong, University of Southern California
Before you tear your hair out in frustration, read these tips as to how to avoid being a pushover.
Through a series of proposed bills, Washington lawmakers hope to provide homeless college students stable access to basic amenities.
A partnership with JCPenney and local universities, Suit Up helps students get the practice and clothing they need to master the always-intimidating process of interviewing for a job.
By Andria Modica, Drexel University
Balancing your school life and on-campus meal plan can be hard when you want to become a sustainable eater. Here are some tips to help you transition!
College students may be focused on finding time to party in their hectic schedules, but their future selves will thank them for find work-life balance as well.
The proliferation of cryptocurrencies has made drug-trafficking on the dark web easier, which has in turn exacerbated the country’s opioid epidemic.
By Erin Alexander, Middle Tennessee State University
The actions of the involved students and the class’s professor, Dr. Flavio Uribe, have been called ‘disturbing’ and ‘inexcusable.’
Following in the footsteps of New York’s Excelsior Scholarship, proponents of the College for All Act are calling for free college in California.
By setting aside revenue from their cannabis tax, Pueblo County has funded over 420 scholarships that send high school graduates to local colleges.
Instead of procrastinating through syllabus week, use these five easy tips to use the time to your advantage and prepare yourself for a hectic new semester.
These four organizations are providing mental health services for Asian Americans in a community that has a stigma against them.
By Gillian Farnan, SUNY Cortland
Harley Barber’s racist video got her expelled but also shined a new light on an old conversation.
By 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.
While images of palm trees might come to mind, there are other sights commonly found on California college campuses that non-natives might not know about.
Dr. Donald Milton, a professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, created the Gesundheit machine to better understand how the flu spreads.
By Daniel Reed
College is hard and burnout is real. If these symptoms sound familiar, you might need to change something up.
With the rap artist’s career booming in recent years, Drake is becoming more of an icon than ever. And I am not a fan.
With an ever-changing political climate, America could see unfortunate regressions in study abroad programs, both locally and internationally.
You may reconsider applying for college loans after seeing the startling statistics behind student investment debt.
If government money stops flowing, university systems across the country would freeze, including certain financial-aid packages and ongoing research grants.
By Sydney Jennings, University of Connecticut
The former Olympic gymnastics doctor was sentenced to up to 175 years behind bars, and the athletic community needs to learn from the scandal.
By Maya Halabi, UTSA
Being an instructor entails not only some extra money for your crazily expensive textbooks or a good dinner out, but also the satisfaction of making someone’s life better.
By Lizzy Spangler, University of North Texas
All-nighters aside, getting a good night’s sleep in college is easier than you think.
By Kathleen Danielson, Carleton College
Despite their name, smart water bottles might not be an intelligent decision for cash-strapped students, no matter how ambitious your fitness goals are.
By Angela Herbst, Lakeland University
Academic probation isn’t the end of the world. Arm yourself with the following four tips in case of this unwelcome situation.
Graduation season is just around the corner, so you are going to want to steer clear of these cities.
By Haileigh Galloway, Indian River State College
Whether you’re a full-time or dual-enrolled college student, you can look forward to some of these benefits resulting from the recent tax bill.
By Leslie Currie, University of Virginia
The College of the Atlantic is setting a nationwide example for how forward-thinking universities should approach environmental sustainability.
By Valeria Garcia, University of Texas at Austin
Although being bilingual can be a struggle growing up, having this skill in college can be the key to a successful future.
By Eliana DuBosar, Florida State University
Applying to graduate school can be tough, but it’s important to know what to focus on the most in order to alleviate the stress that comes along with it.
By Bethany Knickerbocker, Emerson College
Want to spend a semester of school in Disney World? Follow these simple 5 steps of preparation.
The death of SHINee’s lead singer, Kim Jong-hyun, reveals where society can improve in terms of addressing depression and mental illness.
Once you’ve decided it’s time to live on your own, it’s important for you to know what look out for when searching for your first apartment.
By Karen Guan, Southern Methodist University
Brock Turner, former Stanford swimmer and convicted rapist, wants to overturn his conviction, but how does this affect college students?
What effects have the California fires had on the state’s students, and how will the fires affect their campuses and their families?
By Carli Scalf, Ball State University
As the college market gets more competitive, universities are pouring large amounts of money into marketing campaigns to rebrand themselves. But do they really work?
Even if you have high expectations for your college room, all you need is a little creativity and a trip or two to Goodwill.
If the bill becomes official, college students will quite literally be paying the price.
Be the funny friend this year for little or no cost to your bank account by gifting a gag gift.
The environment of a pet store can help you de-stress from your work and life.
C’mon, just admit it, we’ve all done it. Just sprinkle some harmless white lies in your resume trying to impress the employer and score your dream job.
By Lauren Lambert, Southeastern Louisiana University
Luckily for you, the groups are smaller and the experience is more individualized.
Your mental health is more important than your studies, so here are a few tips on how to make your own self-care kit for the day’s you’re feeling down.
By Cheryl Sutton, Purdue University
As a fellow friendless freshman, I’m here to tell you that there are some serious silver linings to your first-year solitude—the biggest of which is that it’s temporary.
By Megan Bender, Citrus College
DON’T BE THE PERSON WHO USES ALL CAPS UNNECESSARILY.
By Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
The usual m.o. for negative press—pass a self-imposed ban, promise things will be different and then, when the smoke blows over, return to business as usual—might not work this time.
By Stephanie Yamoah, Towson University
You wouldn’t have to choose between whether or not to skip class if you would just kill the underlying problem: poor time management.
The rising of tuition rates make many students reconsider their investment into a college degree.
If just the thought of giving a speech sends you into a panic attack, this was written for you.
By Giselle Krachenfels, USC
Here’s how to deal with the unfortunate situation that you—and only you—are responsible for.
It’s critical that you take your crippling anxiety and channel it into productivity, otherwise you might as well give up now.
Religion classes aren’t what you would expect, and you could expand your mind by learning more about how people connect with their faith.
As the job market becomes more competitive, adding a minor is a surefire way to increase your chances of securing a job.
College students have an opportunity to put down their hefty novels and pick up picture books to read to preschoolers through Jumpstart.
By Alida Siebken, Radford University
Students who graduate early may forfeit the outdoor ceremonies with big crowds and raucous cheers, but being in December commencement has its pros.
College is a time to experience new friendships, and that includes roommates, too.
This list is to make sure you don’t suffer from the nightmare of preparing to move from your dorm room to your new apartment.
By Andrew Crossan, University of South Carolina
Some things to remember when your peers throw shade at your major.
Your day could be a lot different without the thirty-minute snooze at mid-day.
If you can’t join ‘em, beat with these different ways of having a good time.
By Allie DiGennaro, Emerson College
The last thing you need is to be stressed while planning to travel, so here are sixteen tips and tricks to make your preparation seem effortless.
Seven side hustles for the busy student.
Inspiration can come from anywhere, and for this University of Michigan sophomore, it came from nature and a premature college injury.
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