Category: College

3 Ways NOT to Spend Your Financial Aid

As college students, the two most important days are comprised of financial aid and graduation. From the moment we submit our applications to the first day of class, the two things we look forward to the most are the day

Don’t Attend College for the Degree, Go for the Experience

Why are you/do you want attend college? Is it to earn a college degree and find a well-paying job, maintain a comfortable lifestyle? If so, you’re not alone. However, it somewhat bothers me seeing people who claim they go to

Don’t Attend College for the Degree, Go for the Experience

Why are you/do you want attend college? Is it to earn a college degree and find a well-paying job, maintain a comfortable lifestyle? If so, you’re not alone. However, it somewhat bothers me seeing people who claim they go to

6 Signs You’re A Rebound

Think about the time when you had a crush on a special someone but they were in a relationship. We’ve all been there, right? You waited until the day your crush would (hopefully) break-up with their significant other so you

Why You Should Stay Friends With Your Ex

Now, I know this is going to sound crazy but one of the smartest things you can do is stay friends with your ex. Think about it: You built and shared an intimate relationship with your ex, regardless of how

Fill Your Gas Tank & Build Credit

As a college student, one of the most intimidating things is building credit. We, college students, know how important credit scores are and we want to build credit, earn high credit scores but don’t know where to start. Having excellent

Why You Should Use LivingSocial/Groupon on Dates

When it comes to dating, men are under the mistaken impression of spending a ton of money to impress a girl. Contrary to popular belief, this is NOT true. If you’ve made this mistake, don’t worry because we’ve all been

The College Bubble: Explained

If you’re currently a college student, take a moment to think about why you’re attending college and working towards a degree. If your answer is to “have a prosperous career” or something along those lines, you’re not alone. Most, if

College Is Like Eating A Burrito

For a moment, close your eyes and think about your favorite burrito (assuming you’ve eaten a burrito). Think about your first and last bite — they don’t taste the same, do they? The first bite is filled with anxiousness and

How College Students Can Reduce Monthly Cell Phone Costs

When you’re in college, it’s no secret that you’re on a tight budget. Many, if not most, college students track their spending one way or another, including their cell phone bills. Now, some college students don’t have to worry about

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