Student Life Articles
Amazon offers new textbook rental service.
Suddenly, it’s hard to imagine anything that makes you stand out. But, of course, there is a topic out there for everyone!
In order to choose the college that best fits you, you must consider many aspects.
Survive freshman year with these expert tips.
By creating an essay outline and gathering all the information before writing the actual essay, the essay essentially writes itself.
Find out who landed the Princeton Review's number one party school spot this year.
The change will undoubtedly affect many students – 1.66 million prospective college students took the exam last year.
It’s all about the hunt for money that isn’t yours, the money that will fund your dreams and who doesn’t love the competition?
If you find any of the following courses particularly easy or awesome, consider yourself lucky, smarty-pants!
Personalized study plans allow students to assess their current abilities, think about future goals and how to reach them, and take ownership in creating their learning environment.
Winter break is the perfect time for students to get organized on their schoolwork and take a deeper look into colleges and scholarships.
At this time of year, you’ll receive a plethora of advice on how to best budget your time during finals. And while it’s important to set yourself up on some kind ...
"Spring Fix," an alternative version, has replaced the traditional week of partying on MTV this year.
Second semester is your second chance to focus!
Unsurprisingly, there are plenty of unusual habits when it came to college eating habits over the past year.
Be prepared for your job search. This year will see a rise in jobs for college grads.
In this modern day, it’s easier than ever to stay connected – no matter how close or far apart you actually are.
If you dream of traveling and a fast-paced lifestyle, don’t major in accounting.
Some of their findings weren’t what you’d expect, but we’ll let you be the judge and jury of which stereotypes fell short.
One student, out of Utah, decided to stage his own personal form of protest by paying his tuition completely in $1 bills.