Callie Rosenzweig, University of Chicago
Being more on the reserved side can be tough when first starting college — especially during a pandemic.
Emily Davies, Solent University
Jackie Sizing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
As a senior looking back on my time, I realized five pieces of advice I would have benefitted from as an incoming freshman.
Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
Breakups are hard. These five films will make crying, self-reflection and moving on easier than a tub of ice cream can.
McKenna Uzelac, Columbia University
While modern capitalism and the looming recession pressure hobbyists to monetize their creative work, it’s important to remember why we do it in the first place.
Sarah Stager, University of Pittsburgh
Daily strolls are holistic therapy in the midst of COVID-19.
Kayla Johnson, Bradley University
Being black at a predominantly white university is hard, but remember you’re not alone.
Emerson Holmes, Lindenwood University
Even if reading isn’t your specialty, finding success in an English course is achievable for everyone.
Kayla Carson, Simon Fraser University
Want good service? Or even some free drinks? Read some industry secrets from this experienced bartender.
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.
Caleb Clark, Hillsdale College
Some tips for the new recruits in need of a job … good luck.
Lauren Do, Davidson College
It might not be exactly what you anticipated.
Christine Bushart, Georgia State University
Stay informed as this election approaches … it’s anyone’s race.
The right choice isn’t always the easiest.
And some things to keep in mind so you won’t have to.
There’s no reason to feel like you’re going through basic training.
Let’s make this nice and simple.
Let’s face it, none of us want to deal with the unneeded stress.
Selena Lundy, Grand Valley State University
Psychology student Gilmar created the online safe haven ‘Asking Jude’ so that no one feels alone.
Sam Kasierski, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
College goes by fast. Don’t make the same mistakes we did.
Plamedie Ifasso, Texas Woman’s University
No matter how much you may love your friends, sometimes they fall for the most annoying people.
Study Breaks Writer
Not all depression includes curling up in a blanket burrito.
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.
Rebecca Crosby, American University
Being the single most popular compliment to women does not make ‘you’re not like other girls’ any more genuine or praise-worthy.
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.
Kayla Morosco, Chatham University
Find yourself dealing with an excessive number of internet trolls? Worry no more, you can easily defeat them with these methods.
Kelly Lambkin, SUNY Cortland
If your sweetheart’s texting habits are making you salty, your relationship might be suffering from ‘slow response’ syndrome.
Bethany Knickerbocker, Emerson College
Do’s and don’ts for when the most important person in your life is facing death.
Maya Halabi, UTSA
Macro-counting vs. intuitive eating: Which one will win in the battle for your diet?
Your day could be a lot different without the thirty-minute snooze at mid-day.
Angela Herbst, Lakeland University
Planning holiday gifts for your friends can be hard when you’re a broke college student, so here’s some DIY gifts instead.
Andrew Crossan, University of South Carolina
Many millennials are on Tinder nowadays, whether to land a date or make a friend. Coming off as authentic is crucial and can be done easily.
If you’re not one of them, chances are you know someone who is.
Joiya Reid, Georgia Southern University
Don’t worry, your time will come.
Kathleen Danielson, Carleton College
‘Lit’ can also mean getting drunk with happiness.
Majoring in your hobby may sound like a dream, but it can easily become a nightmare.
Having a chronic illness in high school can be difficult, but surviving college with one can be harder.
Natalie Washuta, Colgate University
Step one: drop out and don’t write it.
Abby Wolfe, Colgate University
After moving from North Dakota to New York, I learned a few things about culture shift.
Christina Vazquez, University of Central Florida
Pro tip: Ramen eventually starts to suck.
Kathryn Parker, Fordham University
If you’re a student with a broken limb and no idea how to deal, here are some tips for navigating life with a handicap.
Andy Winder, Brigham Young University
They’re not trying to be a buzzkill all the time, but they want to keep you safe and happy.
Crissonna Tennison, UCLA
Here’s a list of the top 5 best advice columns from around the web to help you with your day-to-day struggles.
Emily Suvannasankha, University of Central Florida
When you accept Sagan’s musings as universal fact, college (and life) becomes a bit more bearable.
Jessica Peña, University of Texas at San Antonio
From honesty to self-confidence, here’s a list of the top five greatest tips Phoebe left for college students.
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