Student Life Articles
Why not create a study game so you can have a little fun in the meantime?
Graduating students have unrealistic expectations regarding their post-graduation jobs, according to one survey.
You may have your costume ready to go and carved pumpkins on the porch but, until you’ve watched at least one horror flick, Halloween isn’t complete.
The college essay occurs in three stages: topic-storming, actual writing, and the dreaded editing period.
How on earth can we keep ourselves motivated when the end seems so close and yet so far?
Recently, the American College Health Association (ACHA) published the results of their National College Health Assessment. The report revealed that 91.7% of students felt their state of health was good, very ...
Most students don’t realize how many resources are actually available at most colleges campuses across the country. Take advantage of the resources offered by your school - you'll be glad you did!
Ann walks through the importance of finding out more about your professors before you enroll in the class.
Lahela shares her frustrations with senioritis.
Whether it’s coupon clipping or locating the best deals in town, there are apps to help you save cash when you need it the most – as a broke student.
The baby needs to be fed and my toddler just smeared chocolate chips all over the couch. My daughters and their friends run through the house leaving a trail of clutter ...
Use social networks to get a good look at the school you're interested in.
We know it's getting cold out, but don’t forget about your college search!
The freedom that you’ll have once you arrive on campus is unlike anything you’ve ever known, but there are some aspects of this liberty that may surprise you.
Allan Guei wins the free throw contest. Photo: highschool.rivals.com.
The study found that, in comparing students with similar academic qualifications and abilities, those deemed “physically attractive” tend to earn better grades – from both male and female professors.
Raheem shares his experience as a 17-year-old in his freshman year of college.
A returning student reflects back on her decision to go back to school.
In the "real" world, it is very possible to find yourself in a job you don’t like, surrounded by coworkers you don’t like, longing for your old college days.
You’d think we would have been over it by the time we got there. My university orientation class was already so intellectually, academically, athletically and artistically accomplished. We had friends we ...