Rickea Bell, Saint Peter’s University
Even if you are broke.
Want to travel and learn more about other languages and cultures? It’s easier than you think.
Chris Meng, Pomona College
It feels like everything in your schooling career has led to this moment. Now that you’re here, how should you move forward?
Kristin Auld, St John’s University
The new Disney Plus series reunites old classmates and gives them another chance to shine on stage.
Meredith Day, Davidson College
Just because exams are looming doesn’t mean you have to survive on library-brewed cappuccinos.
Nathan Coles, Oakland University
The test’s complicated history and seeming inability to accurately gauge success later in life means that we need to say goodbye to this old mainstay.
Cameron Rapata, Columbia College Chicago
There is more to life than Silicon Valley and Los Angeles.
There’s a lot of stress that comes with being a student. Here are some habits and activities that can help you out.
Madison Feser, Seton Hall University
As society places bets on which discipline will deliver the knockout blow, an entire history of academia hangs in the balance.
Taking classes online is becoming more and more common, but how do you know that you’re taking good ones?
When you’re away from home and in college, food takes on a special importance.
Money’s getting tight out there for everybody.
Get some cash while working jobs that won’t interfere with your college schedule.
Opt for some natural solutions to get focused and power through your studies.
Abby Webb, Rice University
The constant grinding to achieve success might inspire motivation in some, but it comes at a personal price.
Vaishnavi Kalyana, College of DuPage
More and more places are seeing the practice as a great way to relieve stress.
Kayla Carson, Simon Fraser University
From the Iron Fist to the Hot One, professors can be the best and worst part of the college experience.
Dylan Kazanova, University of Texas at San Antonio
Art is bringing the walls of the Bayou City to life.
Just because they’re good at winning money at the table doesn’t mean that they haven’t done their homework.
Don’t blow your money, make it grow. These stocks could be the key to getting some money after graduation and saving for retirement.
Need to give your brain a rest after some intense studying?
Caleb Dukes, Rice University
It comes after an opinion piece in The Rice Thresher, in which a woman describes her poor treatment by the university after reporting her assault.
Stina Chang, University of Southern California
There’s a lot of factors to take into account.
You want to get good grades, but you also want to let loose once in a while. Here are some easy ways to succeed in college without working yourself to bone.
With the beginning of October comes changing leaves, cold weather and a desire for dating. So, are you ready to be a couple?
Lauren Prestia, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Going off to a school somewhere cold? Here are some of the best clothing choices you can make to get through your first below-freezing winter.
It might seem weird, but sitting back and taking a break with your console or computer might help you study.
Ashley Peterson, Geneva College
So what are you doing after college?
Tom Pinto, Ringling College of Art and Design
Here’s my dive into the world of being a writer at an art school, and if being a writer is equal to being an artist.
Zailin Peña, Southern Adventist University
And just remember: You’re going to have to make up that work.
Carli Moses, Union University
Believe it or not, teaching isn’t your only option.
Claudia Ng, University of Texas at Austin
It’s as easy as listening to music.
Kathryn Milschewski, Carthage College
Just some advice from your friendly neighborhood RA.
Everybody needs a little help.
Land that perfect career after graduation.
Have fun hitting things.
Hannah Jumer, Converse College
‘Oh my God, I couldn’t stand being around all of that estrogen, isn’t it catty?’ No.
Charlotte Susser, University of Chicago
If you need a dose of inspiration or some solid advice, these are the videos for you.
Entering college for the first time can feel extremely daunting. Here are some tips to hit the ground running.
Kaitlin Romriell, Southern New Hampshire University
There’s nothing harder than staying focused in your own living room.
Amber Amortegui, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Most college students have one roommate, but what about having two … in the same bedroom?
What if instead of distracting you from studying, a YouTube channel could actually help you?
Christopher Duggan, Boise State University
Don’t feel like talking about the crash course your future is on? Here are some ways to kill that conversation real quick.
Lauren Do, Davidson College
Well … that depends. How much time do you have?
Sydney Hawkins, Alabama A&M University
Not into sports but don’t want to miss out? Here are five ways for non-fans to have fun at college games.
Kala Horvat, University of Georgia
Sometimes distancing yourself from school can be a good thing.
You would not believe how many become bus drivers.
Talking to new people can be intimidating — and that’s okay.
Morgan Thomas, Baylor University
Students weigh in on their experiences with color coding their notes.
Not all who wander through the realm of tabletop roleplaying games are lost. In fact, many find themselves along the way. Here’s my story of the ups and downs of playing Dungeons & Dragons.
Christine Bushart, Georgia State University
It’s not about video games anymore.
What to do when bubble baths aren’t an option for your self-care routine
Do you want to translate your requirement into a meaningful skill set?
Katelyn Melder, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Do yourself a favor and save a few bucks with these student discounts.
It’s a roller coaster, that’s for sure, but the experience is well worth the ride.
Don’t just look for things to stick on your resume.
Look, I’m making all our lives easier.
Bet you hadn’t thought of this.
You’re not alone.
Keep these in mind when navigating your college courses.
Veronica Kuffel, University of Wisconsin-Madison
You’ve heard of thrifting clothes and furniture, but is secondhand makeup crossing the line?
Is living off-campus the right move for you?
Oh, the places you’ll go.
Tackle your university bucket list before entering the real world.
Caleb Clark, Hillsdale College
Some tips for the new recruits in need of a job … good luck.
One hint: You have to stop skipping classes.
Here are 10 motivational tunes that will get you through the upcoming school year.
It might not be exactly what you anticipated.
Clarence Dodge, Sarah Lawrence College
Here’s something for when your “study” Spotify playlist feels stale.
Marie Christensen, George Fox University
Here’s the essential guide for a smooth move-in process.
Rocco Romano, University of Iowa
There’s more to your working habits than meets the eye.
College ain’t cheap.
Noah Carey, University of Pennsylvania
My cross-country career took me to the peaks of Colorado in search of a competitive edge.
Time to get out of your childhood bedroom and back onto campus!
Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
From a liberal arts school in California to a private Baptist university in Texas, the transition taught me about religion, politics and myself.
Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
Supposedly, as of September 1, 2019, chapters across the country associated with the Conference will need to comply with new alcohol regulations.
Sometimes the classes outside of your major are just as important (if not more) to your college experience.
Choose a path that works best for you.
It’s not always the ideal way to do college, but sometimes, it’s the only way.
They might not all be fun, but you’ll thank yourself later for enrolling.
Rebecca McKinley Parsons, Wake Forest University
The answer … it’s surprisingly pleasant.
Logan Floyd, Mercyhurst University
Learning about different belief systems provides a variety of benefits you may not have been aware of.
I’ve tried many different forms of post-high school education. Here’s what I’ve learned about each one.
How to turn your shoebox of a room into a cozy and inviting space, even if the furniture is really ugly.
I spoke with my roommate to learn more about the college experience of a nursing major. Saving lives is hard work, so nursing students need determination.
We all need downtime every now and then.
The art of unlearning gender roles and restrictions by way of glittery eyeshadow and living with your friends.
Know your facts and do your research, but also know yourself. Armor up.
The Clash put it best: ‘Should I stay or should I go?’
The right choice isn’t always the easiest.
Tired: Disposable pens and pencils. Wired: Sustainable, eco-friendly office supplies.
Brandon Suss, University of South Carolina
We love to categorize ourselves, but how are these tests materially relevant?
With more e-books available than ever, you might find yourself having to choose between digital or print versions of your textbooks this semester.
And some things to keep in mind so you won’t have to.
Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
It’s more than just looking cool and breaking up fights.
Taking care of your skin doesn’t have to be a hassle.
My return to church after a four-year hiatus was less than inspiring.
There’s no reason to feel like you’re going through basic training.
Aliza Pelto, Pratt Institute
Here are five tips and tricks from someone who chose a major in writing and hasn’t dropped out (yet).
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