Student Contributors Articles
Coming home for the summer can feel a little tough and confusing. Here's how to prepare for positive and negative aspects.
Welcome week seems to universally fall into two seemingly contradictory categories: hugely boring, with lots of down time; and insanely busy, with far more social activities and required events than seemed necessary.
Kizzy shares ways that you can educate yourself for free. And who doesn't like free learning?
Different internship opportunities, sports and clubs can be seen around a large campus.
Suddenly, it’s hard to imagine anything that makes you stand out. But, of course, there is a topic out there for everyone!
Is this the best advice you've ever heard or what?
Prepare for your interview with these five steps from Kizzy.
With the New Year ringing in, people make promises or resolutions so that their year can start off with a bang.
Graduate school is a whole different arena than undergraduate studies - make sure you know what you're signing up for.
Kristen warns against skipping classes. Find out why.
Remember, while your courses are important, ensuring you gain other experiences in college is vital, too.
Photo: University of Washington campus.
Use social networks to get a good look at the school you're interested in.
It is also important to be present in more than the physical sense.
Education is key when dealing with student loan debt. The more you know the better you will be able to handle your repayment obligations.
Just like everything in college, there is a variety of options for where students can take the classes they’re interested in over the summer.
Here's how to keep your mind off college admissions decisions while enjoying your spring break.
Student contributor, Alaina, shares her feelings of homesickness.
Who better to talk about the student experience than students actually going through the very topics of discussion?
Splitting yourself between two different homes can be pretty stressful.