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Traveling Student

Camping Essentials for Young Adults

Camping is a great way to spend time outdoors with friends and family, and it’s a great alternative to staying indoors during school breaks. The lack of technology and proximity to others allow for a great bonding opportunity.

Campus Safety

Gender Discrimination STEM Students Face in Universities

For generations, women were considered the keepers of the home and men the keepers of employment and income.

Student Health

5 Essential Health Tips for College Students

Staying healthy on campus can be one of the most essential things to neglect when it comes to college life, especially when there are more important things like deadlines of assignment and exams to be worried about.

Student Health

Why Sleep Should Be at the Top of Your Priority List

College is a whole new world with bigger academic demands, a growing social life, and more independence than many students have ever known. All of those changes make it easy to forget about taking care of yourself.

Campus Cars

How to Improve Your Driving Skills

Driving is likely a normal part of your everyday life, but that doesn’t necessarily make it easy or stress-free.

Technology

5 Main Advantages of Bluetooth Technology

From students on college campuses to industrial networkers, almost anyone can benefit from Bluetooth technology.

Technology

Technology in Education: An Ally or a Foe?

Our world today is dominated by a fast-paced type of living and economy. One big factor to that is the rise of the computer age where every facet of living had already been computerized. We can say the same when it comes to our education system.

Campus Cars

5 Things Students Should Know About Buying Their First Car

It’s finally time to make your first big purchase—a car. Though the thought of making such a big purchase can be as overwhelming as the search, know that as long as you know the basics, it can be as easy as buying anything else.

Personal Advice

5 Key Tips for Staying Organized in College

Did you know that Americans spend 9 million combined hours a year looking for things? If you’ve ever spent time looking for your keys, then you know that number is all too true.

Personal Advice

Being a Resident Assistant: What can You Give?

Becoming a resident assistant, also known as an RA or resident adviser is a great way to build valuable skills and be a leader on campus.

Study Tips

Keeping Your Grades Up at University

If you are due to start or have already started university, one thing you should look into is how to keep your grades up during your time there.

College Living

How Not to Regret Your Time at College

It’s difficult not to feel skeptical about college nowadays. Student loans dragging new graduates down; burnout millennials that can’t properly start their life as adults because of the low prospects for a good job. Times have changed and there’s no denying that college leaves a lot of people with a sense of regret.