Megan Miller, Arizona State University
Seeing the world doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank or cutting into your financial aid.
Aly Walters, Michigan State University
With the limited time between semesters, planning out all the things you’ve been wanting to do will make this season one to remember.
Alyssa Griffin, Molloy College
Follow these tips to take care of your mental health while also juggling final projects and exams.
Janey Schmidt, Columbia College Chicago
General education classes may appear tedious and a waste of time; however, they can still benefit students who choose them wisely.
Leaving home is tough, so students need specific amenities to improve their ease and comfort.
Rebecca Trevathan, University of Texas at Austin
The newest addition to the huge film franchise takes a look at how stressful the journey of growing up can be — for both kids and their parents.
Tiffany Singh, University of Central Florida
There’s a science behind persuading somebody to do something, and even multiple ways to go about it.
Rory Conlon, De Anza College
In light of new pandemic challenges, colleges and universities across the nation are continuing to revise their safety guidelines.
Whether you’re able to make it home for the holidays or not, here are some options for setting up festive decor and celebrating the season.
Employed scholars are an asset, but the challenges of the last few years have transformed the way they think of the workplace and how they will operate within it.
Decorating dorms, watching scary movies and listening to spooky playlists are just some of the things that can get you prepared for the holiday.
Having navigated several educational dilemmas over the course of the pandemic, those in college have found innovative solutions.
Emma Watts, University of Arizona
Benjamin Chen, Columbia University
This inspiring Netflix documentary highlights Navarro Community College coach Monica Aldama and her dedication to giving her students the drive and opportunity to succeed.
Danielle Kuzel, Florida State University
Students are often extremely stressed, especially as finals are approaching. Hitting the hay for a few minutes can help regulate that.
Hannah Docter-Loeb, Wesleyan University
While this fall may not allow students to participate in sporting events or attend parties, there are still ways for you to interact with your friends.
Madelyn Haasken, Bemidji State University
Sustainable fashion that’s budget-friendly can be hard to find, but these brands offer eco-friendly clothing, swimwear and jewelry at a reasonable price.
Reem Farhat, Fordham University
As universities plan to return to campus in the fall, it is clear that they have failed to consider the safety and concerns of students who live off campus.
Renee Cantor, University of Pittsburgh
Step aside, ramen and mac and cheese nights. With the help of these six online resources, be prepared to become the favorite housemate.
Nora Markey, Wesleyan University
Netflix’s original series seeks to introduce its audience to a firsthand view of the challenges facing Black university students.
Chloe Hamer, Pitzer College
Athletes have heard the phrase ‘DI bound,’ but is there a better alternative for students wanting to focus on both athletics and academics?
Brian Anderson Gil, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
This investor suggests that going against the herd is the best way to make money — useful advice for those in college who are hoping to avoid the rat race.
Asha MacKay, Wellesley College
Many college students find comfort in racial affinity spaces. Multiracial students harbor an internalized barrier for entry.
Giana Gayles, Stanford University
There’s no shame in medicating.
Audrey Bowers, Ball State University
Before calling it quits and declaring your roommate your archnemesis, read these tips to improve your roommate situation.
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.
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.
Lauren Clohessy, Northern Illinois University
The truths of them have been debunked.
Sophie Hurlock, Xavier University
Five ways to have a FOMO-inducing summer on a budget.
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