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Parents: Here’s How to Balance Parenting With Your Studies

As much as most people would like to finish college before settling down in marriage, things don’t work that way all the time. Sometimes the unplanned happens, and you have to assume the responsibilities of parenthood as you study.

Student Health

Guide to Buying a Study Chair for College Students

Better posture, more productivity. What do I mean by this statement? Let me dive a little deeper and give you some proven facts.

Student Health

Stunning Flu Statistics – How to Keep Yourself Safe From the Flu

Tweet In under two months, the number of confirmed cases of influenza in New York has reached epidemic proportions. This year alone has set the record, since 2004, with almost

Campus Life

4 Tips to Maneuvering Around Your New College Town

Arriving on your new college campus can be one of the most exciting times of your life. Exploring new places, meeting new people, and learning new things makes for a lot to do and a lot to enjoy.

Student Health

How Self Care can Improve Your Grades (Part 2/2)

Tweet continued from Part1: How Self Care Can Improve Your Grades Take Your Vitamins Research shows that vitamin D receptors in the brain may also function as precursors to “happy

Student Health

How Self Care can Improve Your Grades (Part 1/2)

Tweet Between the advanced classes, extracurricular activities, teaching positions and volunteer work necessary to compete in today’s job market, college students just don’t have the time they need. Time to

Personal Advice

How College Students Should Manage Their Studies and Free Time

Tweet Responsibilities become all the more clear when one no longer has their parents hovering around them. While many embrace this mark of independence, it should be approached with caution.

College Living

How to Deal With a Difficult College Roommate – 4 Creative Methods

Tweet Instead of a dream, it’s a nightmare. You both have conflicting personalities. You are a neat freak and they are a walking disaster. You’re a free spirit and they


What will the College Landscape in 2025 Look Like?

Tweet Introduction The first institution of higher education in America was Harvard University founded in 1636. For the first 300 years, American higher education was characterized by young upper-class white

Student Health

Why we Shouldn’t Overlook our Mental Health in College

Tweet Mental illness is very common among students all over the world today. Most of the mental health issues occur before the age of 23. That’s why college life is

Campus Life

What They Never tell You About College Life

Tweet If you are just joining college, being a freshman can come with immense pressure. Especially if you’re clueless and meet up with those ‘brainees’ who know exactly which major

Personal Advice

3 Reasons Why You Need To Try Speed Dating in College

Tweet Do you want to explore new things in your life? Then try speed dating! Speed dating has been around for many years. Many people have found their significant other