4 Reasons to Travel Abroad

Traveling abroad is an opportunity that not all college students come upon. Depending on your major and what’s required for you to graduate, you may not have the time or money to pack up your things and fly somewhere new. If you do come across the opportunity to travel abroad, you’re part of a select

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How’s Your Sleep?

Sleep is essential to all humans. Funny thing is, it seems like most humans struggle to get enough. As a college student, you’ve probably already discovered that getting this elusive thing called sleep is harder than you bargained for. There’s homework, social outings, and all that basic adulting you’re trying to...

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5 Reasons to Be an RA

They might be called something different depending on the college you’re at, but an RA (or a Resident Assistant) is the most common term. RA’s have an array of different responsibilities, but their main job is to facilitate the social, academic, and personal adjustment of students in the Residence Halls. Acting as a leader, the

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A Few Tips on What to Wear to a Job Interview

Your first interview for a “real” job can feel both exciting and a bit nerve-wracking. Sure, you’ve probably had interviews already for a high school or college job at a fast food joint or your local golf course—and those are actually great experience! However, an interview for a business job—the kind where you wear a...

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Things to Consider When Having a Car at College

Having a car at college is a bit of a luxury—particularly when you’re a freshman. But if you’re an upperclassman or a commuter, you probably rely on your car to get you to and from class almost every day. Having the option to cruise around campus in your own car can give you a sense

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How to Get Through a Difficult College Class

Whatever your major, chances are good that at some point in your college career, you’re going to face a class that seems nearly impossible. Most majors require students to take a class that’s either out of their wheelhouse (i.e. an English major taking a Math class), and at the very least, you’ll more than likely

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Realities You’ll Have To Face In College

When you head off to college, you might find that adulting is both incredibly liberating and at the same time, absolutely terrifying. If you’re living in a dorm, moving away from your home and into a season of independence means you’ll start doing lots of adult things: shopping for your own groceries, doing your own

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How to Set Your Dorm Room Up for Success

There’s something inherently exciting and nervewracking about moving into a dorm room for the first time. For most teenagers, this is the first time they’ve lived in a different place away from their parents, and it’s more than likely the first time they’ve shared a room with one or two or three other strangers...

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Tips for Applying to Colleges

Applying for college can be exciting and overwhelming all at once. Thinking about choosing a school is like looking out over a cliff and imagining all the lies before you. You’re about to step into the rest of your life—your future! These days, high school students can feel a lot of pressure about applying for

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How to Find a Job that Suits Your Personality

As you near the end of your college career, the job hunt is probably moving toward the forefront of your mind. There are so many options out there, you might wonder. How can I find the right job for me?  Whether you’re about to graduate or you’re just starting to apply for colleges and mulling over

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