Social Media Health Check-In

Are you accidentally a narcissist online? It’s a question we must all consider nowadays. Social media has certainly changed the world of photography and the way we socialize, and while you may tired of hearing about that aspect of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, it’s important to do a heart check now and then and make

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Are You Processing Your Life?

When you’re in college, it’s easy to get caught up in the whirlwind that is classes, social activities, extracurriculars, and homework. How are you supposed to practice self-awareness if you’re busy running from one scheduled activity to the next, with hardly a chance to chow down on some dinner? Tara Mohr says this on...

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Anxiety and College

There’s no doubt about it: the process of searching for, applying for, and transitioning into college can be anxiety inducing. It’s also very exciting, but there can be some stressors that come into play along the way. Between selecting the right school, figuring out financial aid, shopping for school supplies, moving into...

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4 Ways to Do Dating Right in College

Many a student meets their spouse at college…and many a student dates (or doesn’t date) and finds out that a significant other isn’t as easy to find as he or she first thought. College seems like a prime locale for meeting those of the opposite sex, and everyone knows that the roller coaster of love

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Is Attending Church Important While in College?

Long answer short: absolutely. Choosing a church while you’re attending college can be tough, though. After all, if you’ve attended the same church with your family for your entire life, you may not have expected that you would be responsible for choosing a new community of believers to worship God with. Many students who...

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Dorm Room Hacks

While it may be a temporary living space that you share with several other roommates, your dorm room is still your home for the rest of the year at school. There’s something about intentionally setting up and decorating a space that can turn any sort of living situation into a place you feel safe and

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Choosing the Right Laptop for College

In our ever-evolving world of technology, the use of laptops and other devices is on the rise. If you haven’t already been using some version of this tech in high school (and chances are, you definitely have), you’ll certainly need to look into purchasing a computer of some sort for college. Gone are the days

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Staying Safe on Your College Campus

Most colleges and universities have a variety of safety measures in place in order to keep students and faculty safe. However, the reality is that we live in a broken world, and unfortunately, college campuses are among a variety of locations where crime and abuse can occur. The Bible certainly doesn’t encourage us to live

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Are You College Ready?

So much of your time in high school is focused on preparing for the future. There are AP courses, options like Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO), meetings with your guidance counselor, and classes on life skills, such as finances. But with all this preparation, how can you know if you’re truly ready for college? With

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Creative Ways to Save Money in College

It’s a well-known fact: most college students are near broke. Between student loans, the atrocious pricing of textbooks, and the lack of time to work a full-time job, money for gas, food, clothes, and entertainment can be pretty scarce. And what about a savings account? If you find yourself staring at your checking account, fearing...

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