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Should You Join Greek Life?

Every year, new college freshmen have hundreds of decisions to make. These decisions can range from very minor things, including “what should one actually wear on the first day of college?” to very important things, such as “what am I going to major in?” Among these important and often difficult decisions is whether or not […]

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7 Reasons Why You Should Read On a Daily Basis

Are you the type of person who likes to spend time just to read? If that so, then what is it about? Is it novels, magazines, newspapers or story updates on Facebook? The reason why you should read daily is to keep your brain active. If you read every day, then you’ll experience the following […]

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How to Survive Your First Stressful Semester in College

College is the most exciting place to study, especially if you’re a new student. But it can be stressful as well. Especially in your first-semester. Whether you’re going to study in Stanford university, or an Ivy League university, the first semester is the most stressful of all. Yes, it is stressful to study for the […]

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8 Tips to Make Your Outdoor College Event a Success

College parties seem spontaneous only at first glance. They are actually quite complex to organize since there are numerous things organizers must look after. If you are thinking of throwing one for your coeds, then these 8 tips will make your outdoor happening a success. Location is everything A secluded lake of pristine water and […]

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How Should You Start Your Day in College?

Have you ever had that feeling that the best idea would be just to stay in bed today? That first train of thought in the morning, talking to you seductively trough the voice in your head about the glorious benefits of giving up, lead on by the notion that a tricky task is long overdue. […]

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How To Have A Successful And Fun College Life

Starting college is a scary thing to imagine. Suddenly jumping into a new world filled with hundreds (or thousands depending on the college) of people you don’t know, to study for the career that determines your whole future. Not to mention the costs and expenses. Balancing work and play is hard in college, but before […]

Will Wearing Current Trends Change Our Personal Style?

Fashion is a strange blend of widely popular, and extremely personal. It’s constantly changing and shifting, bringing new things to the table, new trends to try, new rules to obey. And yet, fashion doesn’t work unless you break the rules and stay true to yourself despite the barrage of fads, microseasons, and magazines shouting at […]