Recapping SayCampusLife


Pardon us as we take a small diversion by redirecting your attention to several articles written over the past few months, information we think you’ll want to read or revisit. We know that there are so many things vying for your attention, thus the highlighting of several articles in excerpt form:

Are You Doing Enough To Avoid The Flu? — What steps are you taking to avoid the flu? Unfortunately, airborne flu viruses can last for hours and surface viruses for many days. Wash your hands frequently!

Now Hiring: Census Workers — The U.S. Census won’t be conducted until early next year, but hiring for what could be the best temporary job of the decade begins this February. Work around your schedule and get paid well too!

Do College Drinking Games Lead To Lifelong Problems? — I am not opposed to responsible drinking, but the drinking games taking place on several college campuses has me alarmed. Death by alcohol poisoning remains a threat.

How To Beat The High Cost Of College — Amazingly, tuition and related college costs continue to rise sharply even during a recession. The strain that this puts on families can be severe, forcing some students to radically change their educational options.

Cash Access and the College Student — What student has found him/herself short of money on the weekend? Worse, what do you do during those times when you are out of cash and have to handle an emergency, like a tire repair or emergency room visit? You have options and we share those with you.

Where To Find A Part Time Job While Attending College — Another article about working while attending school. Most students do not want to have to balance work with studies, but these days you may need a little extra cash to make ends meet.

Dorm Food You Cannot Live Without! — What are some of the most popular foods eaten in the dorm? Well, almost anything that doesn’t get up and walk away on its own. Seriously, ramen noodles is a must have dorm stocker as is tuna fish.

That’s it — our selection of seven articles for your review. Please read ’em and feel free to share your comments too!


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