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Easy Morning Routines to Get a Good Start of the Day

Establishing a morning routine that will inspire and motivate you to have a good day is essential for maintaining your mental health. That is why following these useful tips may come in handy when you feel like you’re having a rough period. Wake Up Early One of the best ways you can ensure to have […]

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How to Stay Safe Returning from Parties in College

Right now, partying on and off campus is a bad idea, but as soon as current events die down, those who have been quarantining will be raring to get back onto the party scene.   However, the long period of social distancing and avoiding travel may mean that many students may practice risky behavior going […]

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Easy Tips for Students to Stay Safe on Campus This Fall

With many students returning to campus this fall, it is a perfect time to review a few easy tips for students to stay safe on campus as they return to school for a new semester. Returning to school can already be difficult and intimidating for many and with the pandemic putting a quick to end […]

The Best Ways for Student Athletes To Avoid Injury

If you’re a student athlete, you’ve already learned that as you progress in your sport, the pressure to win gets more intense. Your school’s program focuses on its record, and not always the best interests of its players. So, it’s up to you to make sure you’re taking care of yourself. This is no small […]

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8 Important Questions To Ask A Potential Roommate

When you couple the expense of an apartment with the financial uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it’s understandable that more people are looking to take on a roommate. It’s important to take your time and learn about your potential roommate before signing a lease with them. You should not assume that just because you […]

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5 Tips For Overcoming Fear During Your Academic Career

The transition to college can be difficult for some people. With an unfamiliar environment, a new set of classmates, and a demanding course load, the occasion marks a trying time that incoming students may find stressful. However, proper preparation and understanding could help with the anxiety. Potential Challenges for Incoming Students Though a university education […]

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The Best Cars for a College Student

Having a car on campus can be a big help to students, especially students at larger universities that rely on bus systems to get around. Bringing your own car gives you the freedom to explore beyond your college town on the weekends and travel to class on your own time without having to worry about […]

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Dangers of Falling Into Fad Diets in College

University students and weight gain stereotypes have gone together for quite a long time. In the U.S., many new students struggle with the “Freshman 15,” a label describing how easy it is to put on extra weight in school when you’re surrounded by food constantly. Gaining weight in college can also be a problem due […]

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Easy Dorm Room Recipes for Back to School

Going back to college for another semester is exciting, but it also makes every student wonder what they’ll eat every day. Even if you get an on-campus meal plan, you’ll likely make quite a few meals in your dorm room. Some nights you won’t be able to take a study break to walk to the […]