Scholarship tips every college student should know

Scholarships. Also known as the single best thing ever invented for broke college students everywhere. Whether applying for FAFSA or a weird and whacky scholarships found on the web, a lot of the same application rules apply. To do well on any application, there are a few things to keep in mind: Make sure you … Continue reading Scholarship tips every college student should know

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Cheap & Easy Adorable Halloween Décor for your Dorm Room!

Milk Jug Ghosts This one is easy and can cost you very little or nothing! If you have some milk or water jugs (or you could even use soda bottles) lying around, turn them into ghosts with paint and lights! Just draw the faces on the side and cut a hole in the bottom for … Continue reading Cheap & Easy Adorable Halloween Décor for your Dorm Room!

Easy, Last-Minute Halloween Costumes for College Students

It’s T-minus seven days until Halloween, and odds are you’re going to have a Halloween party before Tuesday Oct. 31. If you’re like me and have back-to-back midterms this week, you are in for an hour or two of scrambling to patch a costume together. But have no fear – even if it is Halloween … Continue reading Easy, Last-Minute Halloween Costumes for College Students

Student Discounts That Will Save Your Life (And Your Wallet)

Subscriptions/Memberships The savviest college students already know about these great discounts, but incase you don’t, let’s get you up to speed! There are a lot of memberships and subscriptions that offer discounts for student. College students get Spotify Premium for just 4.99/month, and now that includes (yes, INCLUDES) a Hulu subscription! $5 a month for … Continue reading Student Discounts That Will Save Your Life (And Your Wallet)

10 Weird Scholarships Undergrads Can Apply For

So you’ve scoured the internet for scholarships and grants catered to “people like you” – architects, brown-eyes, older siblings – and come up with nothing. Let’s turn to the weird-wide web. These 10 wacky scholarships for undergraduate students go beyond am/is/was/were/be/being/been qualifications and could win you big bucks for a little creativity. Create a Greeting … Continue reading 10 Weird Scholarships Undergrads Can Apply For

Staying Healthy in College Without Going Broke

You don’t need a FitBit or an expensive fitness look to stay healthy. You just need the right mindset. Between classes and working, most college students don't even think about a healthy lifestyle track. It’s hard enough to balance your schedule, you don’t have time to worry about your health, right? Wrong. The habits you … Continue reading Staying Healthy in College Without Going Broke

How to succeed in business: Writing Resumes

For most people, fall is the season of sipping pumpkin spiced lattes and enjoying the sweater weather as leaves turn gold and brown. But as students looking for the next internship or side hustle, we all know what October really is – career fair season. Whether you’re attending a school-wide career showcase or your individual … Continue reading How to succeed in business: Writing Resumes

How to Really Study for Finals

Yup. It's here. Finals season is upon us. Now if you're like us, you studied really hard, attended all your classes, and completed every homework assignment to its fullest extent. Right? Just kidding. No one's perfect! Why else would you be here, helplessly trying to find tips on efficient studying (procrastinate much?). Well my dears, if … Continue reading How to Really Study for Finals

How Do I Get an Internship?

The days of internships being the icing on the cake that is your resume are long gone. More and more businesses are encouraging students to get internship experience (even for entry-level jobs!). Internships play a critical role in networking and building experience, but the market for internships is so competitive that many students struggle to get … Continue reading How Do I Get an Internship?

What Will College Look Like in the Next Few Years?

The college atmosphere and structure is consistently changing. Current policies may be a thing of the past tomorrow. State institutions like New York have already made the transition to free tuition and other colleges are constantly trying to add or take away policies to improve their institutions while every college student sits at the edge of … Continue reading What Will College Look Like in the Next Few Years?