Diego Galicia, Valencia College
Mirror mirror on the world, where do people go and what do they drink for spring break?
Katie Lommen, Saint Louis University
There are more fulfilling ways to spend spring break than on the beach; take a trip to the past instead and learn something new.
Lauren Clohessy, Northern Illinois University
The proof is undeniable.
Sophie Hurlock, Xavier University
With summer in sight, self-discipline starts to feel really overrated. Here’s how to end on a high note.
Jessie Yang, The University of Hong Kong
After visiting with a few other foreign-exchange students, I couldn’t help but notice how similar the country is to another communist nation.
Quintara Hatten, University of South Carolina-Columbia
Warning: You may not want to read this if you are currently in your spring semester.
Isabella Waldron, Scripps College
From the beach to your grandma’s living room, there’s a perfect book for every vacation.
Kristina Fernandez, Florida State University
All things considered, staying at home now means more fun in the long run.
D'Ariel Myrick, University of Georgia
After the city passed a series of ordinances restricting alcohol consumption, the once-wild beach is now struggling to attract business.
Devin Ross, Middle Tennessee State University
Once considered to be the premiere destination for spring break partiers, the infamous Florida city has become a victim of its own debauchery.
Mykaela Alvey, Anderson University
Whether you had a vacation or a staycation, returning from Spring Break isn’t easy.
Anne Ertle, John Carroll University
A guide for spring cleaning that has standards appropriately low enough for college students.
Julia Dixon, Texas State University and Guest Contributor
From long locks to slinky scarves, these are the hottest spring trends to watch out for.
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