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College Living

Tips and Tricks for Non-Traditional College Students – Part 1

Tweet A non-traditional student is defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as an individual that didn’t attend college immediately after graduating from high school, attends college part-time, works full-time while

College Living

What All New College Freshman Should Know about Dorm Life

Tweet Dorm life is chock-full of brand new people, experiences, and scenarios. If you want this experience to be smooth sailing, it can be immensely helpful to know what to

Collegiate Sports

What are the Intangible Benefits of College Sports?

Tweet The intangible benefits of taking part in college sports outweigh the obvious benefit of getting a college scholarship. Honestly speaking, only a tiny percent of college athletes eventually turn


Proactive Leadership the Best way to Address Student Unrest

Tweet However, sometimes there are factors that may prevent this goodwill from enriching lives. One of these factors, according to Hartocollis (2016) in her New York Times article, “College Students

Personal Advice

Top Tips To Stay Safe This Summer

Tweet Young adults are often carefree, and that’s a fantastic attitude to have. Yet, to maintain your health, protect your skin and still have fun, you’ll want to incorporate a

Personal Advice

7 Yoga Poses to Train Your Brain Effectively

Tweet Upon doing research, I have found 7 of the best poses for brain function. Practice these poses and you will have a clearer mind and better peace of mind.

College Living

College Party Smarts: How To Stay Safer by Bringing a Friend

Tweet However, staying safe in the partying environment should always be your top priority when it comes to college kick backs. Here we will take a look at a few

Collegiate Sports

What You Need to Know About The Various College Sports

Tweet Have you just been enrolled in college and just wondering which sport club to join? Or have just completed campus and want to get up-to –date information on what

College Living Featured

Home Is Where the Heart Is: How to Decorate Your Dorm Room to Make It Your Own

Going off to college is a rite of passage for any upcoming freshman and is often the first chance that students move away from their parents to explore their academic passions.

Featured Money Tips

5 Unique Ideas To Help You Make Money In College

The college years are some of the poorest years in an individual’s life. You are always trying to scrape money together to buy pizza and to hit up places on the weekend. Students try everything from selling text books to taking a part time job to make extra money.

Campus Life

In the Sophomore Slump? 5 Steps for a Successful Second Year (Part 2)

Remember the first few weeks on campus? The first time navigating the dining hall? The first finals week? It all sucked! But now that you know the drill, you’re in a position to help others.

Campus Life

In the Sophomore Slump? 5 Steps for a Successful Second Year (Part 1)

This time last year, freshmen college students were excited. Anxious. A little nervous about leaving home, but looking forward to answering the questions that kept them up at nights.