Student Life Articles
Students are one of the most exhausted populations in the United States.
Survey of Gen Zers reveals some surprising facts on their economic and financial concerns.
Horrific clothing, household items, secondhand things, unwanted gift certificates and coupons to classes we’d never take. We’ve all gotten holiday presents we swear we never asked for but some can be ...
Find out how you can save money on textbooks from student contributor, Ann.
There are so many great learning resources, right at your fingertips.
Spring semester has arrived and, if you’re looking for a fresh start, you’re in luck!
We’re guessing it can’t be easy to get to class while dodging paparazzi.
Now that move-in day is around the corner, you may be experiencing some doubts about living on your own.
The highways and byways are congested with overloaded hatchbacks and rental trucks making their way to State U this time of year. Whether your ride back to college is a Buick ...
There is a lot that goes into making your college career a great success. Luckily, there are people who can help you navigate the process.
Morro Castle in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.
When it comes to thoughtfulness and affordability, nothing beats a great homemade item.
Out of nearly 1,100 ranked colleges that reported room and board costs for the 2013-2014 school year, some schools far surpassed the average rates, making U.S. News and World Report’s most expensive list.
Taking risks means you might fail, but they can also help prepare you for future successes.
Senioritis is no joke—it is a very real and debilitating illness.
The average college student takes nearly five and a half years to graduate.
Kristen shares her freshman year roommate experience.
You can afford to attend the school of your dreams - you just need to do a little extra legwork.
Advice from Kristen on finding which standardized test is perfect for you.
Student contributor, Kristen, shares her experience of merging her new life with her old.