By Lauren Lambert, Southeastern Louisiana University
It might be one of the most important tests of your life, but it doesn’t have to feel scary.
By Daniel Reed
If you’re getting sick of living off the Dollar menu, it might be time to take a new approach to saving money.
By Bethany Knickerbocker, Emerson College
Just, like, talk different, you know?
By Angela Herbst, Lakeland University
Be prepared for possibly the hardest writing course of your college career.
By Haileigh Galloway, Indian River State College
Sometimes, health has nothing to do with whether you should get help.
By Cheryl Sutton, Purdue University
It’s much less fun than the popular “broke student” meme, and much more factual.
By Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
For when the going gets tough, but your tough doesn’t want to get going.
By Megan Bender, Citrus College
Consider the myth of student-athletes having it easier than other students busted.
If you’re not one of them, chances are you know someone who is.
By Valeria Garcia, University of Texas at Austin
Signs that everyone is getting sick in college and how to avoid them.
By Shashank Rao, University of Michigan
The impact of seasonal affective disorder is real: What can be done about it?
By Devin Hendricks, Woodbury University
You probably do some of these without even realizing it.
By Karen Guan, Southern Methodist University
The emergence of multicultural Greek life has proved to be a haven for students of color.
By Camelia Juarez, Texas State University
The revisions of Title IX by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos leave many campuses anxious about the future of sexual assault.
By Kathleen Danielson, Carleton College
‘Lit’ can also mean getting drunk with happiness.
By Maya Halabi, UTSA
Majoring in your hobby may sound like a dream, but it can easily become a nightmare.
If you’re having a hard time adjusting to college life, a dog as a companion may be a good solution.
The pros and cons of purchasing your caffeine fix from various coffee shops.
Every minute counts, so don’t spend ten of them looking for your syllabus.
Having a chronic illness in high school can be difficult, but surviving college with one can be harder.
Bows-N-Ties recently unveiled their Greek tie collection, a line of over eighty ties and bow ties perfect for representing your fraternity and looking sharp at the same time.
By Sydney Jennings, University of Connecticut
None of them involve your academic advisors being at all helpful.
By Alida Siebken, Radford University
If you’ve ever gotten lost on campus as a senior, this list will help you feel less alone.
By Joiya Reid, Georgia Southern University
If I had known what I was giving up when I chose to stay in Georgia, choosing a college would have been ten times easier.
By Eliana DuBosar, Florida State University
It may have taken me by surprise, but joining Phi Sigma Pi was the best decision I’ve made in college so far.
By Lizzy Spangler, University of North Texas
Going forward, schools need to better execute sexual harassment investigations as well as investigate as independently and thoroughly as possible.
By Carli Scalf, Ball State University
Feeling emotionally naked and afraid in a new place? These tips will help you survive and break into a new culture with ease.
By Giselle Krachenfels, USC
Here’s how to stay up late to tackle that project/paper/test tomorrow with as little pain as possible
By August Pritchett, Armstrong State University
Even regular colleges have their benefits for art students, but art schools also have plenty to offer.
By Cady Cohen, University of Central Florida
Choosing the right dog breed can be difficult, especially when you live in student housing.
By Lauren Clohessy, Northern Illinois University
The truths of them have been debunked.
By Natalie Washuta, Colgate University
If you have time between classes and are in the mood for something life-changing, give one of these videos a try.
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.
When you delegate the writing of a large paper to a professional, you can focus more on the work’s intellectual content.
By Brittany Sodic, University of North Texas
Transitioning from college to the real world can be difficult. Here’s what to expect after taking your turn to walk across that stage.
By Christine Ascher, USC
Use these resources to your advantage before you graduate; it will prove to be beneficial in the long run.
By Abby Wolfe, Colgate University
Waiting to rush later on in your college career can prove to be easier and more fun.
Your parents won’t be going to college with you, therefore it’s time to learn how to survive on your own.
By Devon Hodge, Western Washington University
From lizards and snakes to millipedes and fish, a guide to the best animals for college students living in dorms, small apartments or shared living arrangements.
There are some advantages of going to a smaller university and experiencing football season.
By Christina Vazquez, University of Central Florida
Also known as ten classes more exciting than your standard Theatre Survey course.
By Anne Buzzell, Hillsdale College
In the delicate balance between taste and convenience, these are the perfect recipes for students low on money, kitchen space and cooking acumen.
By Kelly Keglovits, UT Austin
Should you stay or should you go?
By Keegan Fornoff, Southeast Missouri State University
Because, unfortunately, it’s still mildly unacceptable to wear sweats all day every day.
By Alison McCarthy, University of New Haven
If you want to become a good writer and fast, then this article is for you.
By Angela Fraser, CUNY Brooklyn
End the stress over how, where and when to study. Your sign has all the answers.
How much are you willing to pay for that A?
By Dakota Buhler, George Fox University
These uncommon locations could change the way you spend your study time.
By Danielle Keating, Concordia University
Remember when you gave a crap?
Step one: drop out and don’t write it.
Going out doesn’t always have to be about getting sloppy and drunk.
A warm bed in the peace and quiet rivals a wild Friday night.
By Lexi Lieberman, University of Pennsylvania
Both sides of the argument make valid points.
By Abbey Slattery, Northwestern College
Here’s how to do an all-nighter the right way so you won’t have to dig yourself out of a deep, sleep-deprived hole.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed trying to pack up your life and head off to school, use these tips to help your move-in day go smoothly.
Things you should know and things you will need when upgrading to an apartment.
By Cherie Litvin, Binghamton University
Don’t let moving into your dorm be an added stress to going to college.
By Tatianna Salisbury, Northern Illinois University
Consider my experience before buying into the stigma that commonly surrounds two-year institutions.
Smells like team spirit!
An examination on how much you can actually trust the system and what improvements can be made.
By Kaitlyn Peterson, UCLA
Then, sit back and watch everything start falling into place.
The proof is undeniable.
For students thinking of pursuing a graduate degree, some important factors are often overlooked.
Consider your physical and mental health before overloading your schedule with after school activities.
By Bria Jones, Georgia Southern University
This class is all the rage in socioeconomics these days.
As DeVos and the Trump administration reexamine the threshold of evidence needed to prove sexual assault, their critics point to the statistics surrounding false allegations.
By Sierra Emilaire, Southern Adventist University
In the search for the perfect book bag and first-day outfit, these important items are often overlooked. Here’s your friendly reminder.
Moving into college is notoriously chaotic, but these strategies can help you master the mayhem.
Everyone needs a break from the daily grind, and college may be your best opportunity to get a hobby before you get a job.
Add simplicity and bliss by living the hygge life.
Newsboy caps and budget meetings aside, it’s a pretty fun place to work.
Jumping back into intense study sessions can be difficult, but these chill tunes will make it a little more enjoyable.
By James Daniels
Because walking to the mini-fridge and back doesn’t really add up like you were hoping it would.
These smaller programs can do a lot to round you out as a student.
Ask yourself these five questions to help you go from undecided to declared.
You cram during school for tests, why not cram in some work experience over the summer?
Not everyone will understand.
If you’re trying to live a heathy lifestyle but your sweet tooth tends to get the best of you, try these delicious low-calorie snacks instead.
You’re going to want to write these down.
For the uninitiated, here’s a taste of the weird micro-communities that are Christian colleges. And for the initiated—can I get an amen?
For starters, you don’t dread it anymore.
Decorating hacks that will help you make your dorm feel like home, without breaking any rules or incurring any fines.
Think you have what it takes to be a software developer? Before enrolling in a master’s program, make sure you have these six qualities.
Let the spending of money begin.
Even as college becomes more expensive than ever, having your bachelor’s degree is becoming more of an expectation than ever.
In attacking their school’s exercise initiative, the editors of UCLA’s student newspaper unintentionally demonstrate the problems of oversensitivity.
By Terrica Singletary, Southern New Hampshire University
If you want to try your hand at remote work, consider tutoring, editing or transcribing for a simple, lucrative part-time job.
Which also means you can’t forget your backpack!
From air-freshening bamboo palms to multipurpose aloe vera, these are the most low-maintenance, student-friendly plants you can get.
Going abroad is fun, but remember to plan for the unexpected, especially when it comes to staying in a stranger’s home.
Because there’s no way you do it alone.
Don’t let FOMO decide your fate.
No, you’re not seeing double.
With the booking app’s help, you can finally travel and live like everyone else on your Instagram.
By Kathryn Parker, Fordham University
Finding friends in college is important, but finding time to be alone is essential.
Take it from someone who goes to one of the largest universities in the world—big schools might be intimidating, but they’re so worth it.
From making ambitious plans you’ll never keep to counting down the days till school returns, your summers are a lot less unpredictable than you think.
Once you can do everything on this list, you’re officially an adult.
As the seminal collection from Joan Didion turns fifty, here are four of its best, most perfectly preserved lessons about youth and growing up.
If you’re tired of dining hall food or delivery fees from Postmates, here’s where to start.
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