4 Things You Will Encounter Living In a Sorority House

To preface this: Living in a sorority house is a wonderful experience. I have had an amazing year living with some of my best friends. However, some of the stereotypes are alarmingly true. These are four things that you will undoubtedly encounter while living in your respective house. FROYO: If you’re feeling a little hungry […]

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Nickelodeon Shows We Wish We Had Back

Because it was the greatest era of kid’s television OF ALL TIME. Hey Arnold! Hey Arnold! made having a football shaped head seem almost cool. Arnold was the nicest kid EVER and was always trying to do the right thing. He even was nice to Helga. Oh Helga, how I loved watching you add to […]

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How to make LDR’s work

Long Distance Relationships Most of your friends would probably tell you it’s not worth it. ‘You’re young and in college, why would you be stuck in a relationship with someone who doesn’t even live near you” is most likely what you’ve heard if you’re in a long distance relationship in college. To the contrary, long […]

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13 Best Signs from the 2014 Boston Marathon

The security was intense and the emotions were at an all time high, but overall the morale at the 2014 Boston Marathon was festive. Of all the signs being held up, we have narrowed it down to the top 13 that we enjoyed the most. These signs made us smile, they made us laugh, but most […]

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10 Things You’re Doing Right Now Instead of Paying Attention in Class

Besides reading this article (which I’m 99% sure you are doing right before or during class) most college students find enjoyment in the classroom in any way they can… as long as it’s not taking notes. These MWF classes really are a true test of our attention spans as students, and for the most part, […]

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5 Tips For Studying

I’m in a psychology class this semester that focuses on Learning and Memory, and believe it or not, it has provided some pretty useful information on good ways to study. Here are a few methods that might help you this exam season. 1. Nap with a purpose Need a quick energy boost? Take a 10-20 […]

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Why Taking a Year Off Isn’t the End of the World

Everyone dreams of graduating college in four years with their dream job lined up for them. Or they dream of being accepted into the graduate school of their choice. Life does not always work that way. Sometimes you need a year off after graduating because you still haven’t found your perfect job (or any job […]

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There and Back Again: A Graduate’s Tale

It is less than a month away from graduation. We did it. Congratulations. If you are like me, you may be feeling a let down. You could have just saved Middle Earth, and though you are thankful you made it back in one piece… what now? Or your college decided it would be groovy to […]

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Graduation is Coming! (Oh, Shit)

It’s that time of year again. Summer. Ordinarily the prospect of school winding down and three months of relaxation would sound extremely appealing. Not this year. This year, I enter the big scary world. I am literally ten days out from graduation now and the panic is really setting in. What will I do without school? […]

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Irresponsible Things I Did While Backpacking

While on my fantastic adventure backpacking through Surfer’s Paradise and Byron Bay my friend and I became essentially the poorest, most irresponsible backpackers in Australia. Listed below are things we did because we are juvenile and borderline insane. 1) I left my belongings unwatched on the beach where on day two my credit card was […]

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