Student Life Articles
Life's going to hand you some lemons. What you do with them is your choice.
Between academics, extracurricular activities, scholarships and searching for the perfect college fit, students may have trouble balancing their lives.
A little preparation goes far, so long as students take the time to gather a plan for their test prep strategy.
During the first week of school, nearly every student is organized – but does this desirable trait last?
It is important to reach out so you can ensure your own success and determine what kinds of services are available.
What athlete doesn't want to receive an athletic scholarship to play college sports?
Take on new experiences and implement on a "no regrets" policy to ensure you gain the most from your college experience.
You’re staring down the vast, black hole that is your wallet. What do you do? The one thing you can do is get a part-time job.
Internships are an option that too few high school students consider. But they should.
People end up being the best of friends, they can’t stand each other or they just tolerate the other person with no real relationship.
When you're roommate is a nightmare, you can choose to deal with it in different ways. Choose wisely!
Fastwebbers share their roommate horror stories for back to school season.
Times change and, apparently, colleges do, too.
Creating the right schedule balance can really impact the success of your semester.
While it can be difficult to manage your time as an involved student, it is an important task that can greatly affect your success in high school.
5 apps that will help you stay safe on your college campus.
Alongside extracurricular activities, a part-time job can help you appear as a well-rounded student; one that any college would absolutely love to have on their campus.
It’s time to end the textbook torments!
To step on foreign land and enjoy, first-hand, a culture so diverse from your own is surreal and can be one of your fondest memories.
Who better to talk about the student experience than students actually going through the very topics of discussion?