Posted on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 under On Campus, Student Life, Uncategorized
Life on a college campus feels pretty safe — and for the most part, it is. Security admin at nearly every college are focused on providing safe transportation and student protection 24/7. But that doesn’t mean you are immune to danger when walking alone or heading back to your dorm at night.
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Posted on Sunday, January 29th, 2017 under Student Housing, Student Life
College insomnia should really have its own classification in the insomnia world. For most students, it’s their first time living away from home. That, combined with challenging college-level classes, can make for a lot of stress and sleepless nights.
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Posted on Thursday, July 24th, 2014 under Student Life, Study Abroad, Travel
South America is becoming a popular study abroad destination for students who are seeking to learn Spanish or Portuguese.
With cultural heritage sites, beautiful colonial architecture, diverse histories and of course, delicious food, South America has a lot to offer a student wishing to study abroad.
Studying abroad in South America also offers the unique opportunity of experiencing another dining culture that has some familiar etiquette and practices, but don’t be fooled by the similarities.
Prepare yourself for some new food and drink customs and make your study abroad experience that much more enjoyable!
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Posted on Tuesday, January 7th, 2014 under Humor, Student Life
If you rarely pay attention to the college mascot at your school, maybe it’s just not weird enough!
Some colleges have mascots you can’t ignore, and you might wonder why the school chose something so unusual.
Check out some examples of downright weird college mascots and the history of each one.
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Posted on Thursday, October 10th, 2013 under Starting College, Student Life
Not many college students claim to be morning people, but this can and should change. That’s because there’s a surprising number of benefits available to early risers.
If you have tried and failed to figure out how to get up early, don’t give up just yet. Check out some tips on waking up earlier if you are ready to work toward becoming a morning person.
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Posted on Monday, February 11th, 2013 under Orientation, Student Life
College can seem like a never-ending stream of new experiences: new room, new friends, new classes. But instead of being overwhelmed, these 6 tips will go a long way toward making sure your first day of college starts off right.
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Posted on Friday, January 11th, 2013 under Jobs, Starting College, Student Life
Everyone has room to improve, and you’re going to find that out in college pretty quickly since it’s easy to make mistakes in a new setting.
Fortunately, you have years to learn how to deal with mistakes and even learn from them.
This talent will serve you well both in college and after you graduate and get your first job. That’s why you should get ideas on how to handle constructive criticism.
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Posted on Friday, January 4th, 2013 under International Students, Living in the US, Student Life
If you are an international student who has not yet used American social media, you may be missing out.
There are several platforms in the US that can make various aspects of college life easier, and they are all free to use.
Learn some of the types of social media American students use when searching for a job or just looking for something to do after class.
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