Social Life Articles
How much do you really know about Valentine's Day?
Everything you have ever done in your life has lead up to these final few months as you transition from a teenager into an adult.
Make a game plan to ensure you stay on top of your academic game.
Don't let your college campus amenities go to waste.
Don’t get us wrong –there’s nothing wrong with having fun with friends – in fact; it’s wonderful to have a healthy social life. Keyword: healthy.
Looking for ways to become independent and earn trust from adults in your life?
Unofficial college social media sites aren’t headed up by the school itself, but instead act as mouthpieces for students to vent, voice concerns, or even pay a compliment.
Did your favorite college burger joint make the cut?
The photos alone are worth the effort of these group Halloween costumes - like this modern day Little Red Riding Hood and Wolf couple's costume.
The time you take to create bonds with fellow college classmates is time well spent that will likely be cherished for years to come.
Blacking out—becoming so drunk that you can’t remember some or all of the events that happened while you were drinking—is frequently portrayed in the media as a fairly common, harmless occurrence. In reality, it’s quite serious.
Learn how to shop smarter so you can save on all your back-to-school shopping!
Maybe the saying is “curiosity killed the cat” for a reason.
All those hours studying and all the time in class is not worth wasting simply to get lazy at the end of your final year.
Fun is only fun if you’re smart about it!
Here are some suggestions on what to do over Spring Break your senior year of high school.
There is probably no other American figure that epitomizes the qualities of leadership and self-sacrifice in the face of overwhelming odds more than Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As we celebrate ...
Focus on these goals, and you will likely have a successful - and wonderful - second semester your senior year of high school!
Putting thought and effort into your holiday gifts can save you money—something most college students have little of to spare.
With the New Year ringing in, people make promises or resolutions so that their year can start off with a bang.