Posted on June 25, 2012
Do you spend almost of your time on campus studying? Or are you sleeping most of the days away in your dorm room? If so, it's likely that you're missing out on a world of opportunities that are literally steps away from your doorway. College is so much more than classes, lectures and exams. If you spend your time hibernating in your apartment or dorm room, you'll miss out on so much. As you look ahead to the start of the next semester or quarter, be sure to plan ahead and take the time to explore the social clubs and events on your college campus. Who knows, you might find some new friends, a new hobby or even a new job. There's a good chance that your college hosts something similar to the clubs mentioned in this article on your campus. No excuses, get out and explore!
Posted on June 21, 2012
Chances are you have probably already broken most of the resolutions you made back at the start of the year. I know most of mine have fallen by the wayside. But a few weeks ago, with the sunshine and salty sea breezes beckoning and reminding me of the summer ahead, I decided it was time to get back into shape and really take control of my health. It shouldn't take the start of a new year or a holiday to do it either. Any day of the year is a perfect time to make a change that will improve your life or your well-being. So, if you let your earlier resolutions slide, check out our helpful tips for getting back on track this summer!
Posted on June 18, 2012
Are you planning a pool party, student reunion or other event with friends this summer? Consider serving your student guests some fun and fruity 'mocktails' instead of the usual fare. Many of these easy alternatives taste better than the original cocktails they mirror. Best of all, you won't have to worry about calling someone a cab or putting up guests for the night when the party gets a little rowdy. Belly up to the bar fellas, the drinks are on the house!
Posted on June 12, 2012
The show 'Extreme Couponing' has changed the way many people shop, including college students. With the cost of tuition, room and board, books and other fees, very little is left over to cover living expenses, especially for students on a tight budget. You could spend an entire semester eating Ramen noodles, but there's really no need. With a little planning and creativity, any student can find a way to survive on as little as $20 a week. Don't believe us? Check out these great tips to stretch your student dollars.
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