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What Every College Student Needs in a New Place

When you move into a new place at school, you have to bring in things that are going to make your time in college easier. This list is filled with items typically found in apartments, but should also contain items you never thought you would need in your new apartment. Fill up your apartment the […]

Tips for Adjusting to Dorm Life

With school in session once again, millions of college students are forced to find ways to adjust to dorm life. Living in dorms can be one of the most fun and rewarding experiences that college has to offer, but it can present a fair amount of challenges as well. Dorm life is drastically different than […]

Tips for Optimizing Small Dorm Spaces

Dorm rooms are notoriously small spaces. During this important time in a college student’s life it is important to make the most of the space you have so that you can work, live, and study efficiently in your dorm room. Having a clean, clutter free, and organized dorm room is the key to a happy […]

Are Fixed Gear Bikes all They’re Cracked Up to Be?

A fixed gear bike is a bicycle with only one gear that doesn’t allow the rider to coast. Simply put, as long as the bike is in motion, both the wheels and the pedals are moving. Fixed gear bikes, or “fixies,” have become incredibly popular in recent years among hip, young urbanites, better known and […]

Top 5 Eco Cars for College Students

When selecting a new car for the college student, several criteria must be met. The vehicle should be fuel efficient, economical to maintain and insured with the lowest possible rates. Before shopping for a new car, learn about the top 5 most sensible and economical new cars for college students. The student should be able […]

Five Essentials to Help You Survive Dorm Life This Semester

Dorm life is a little different from living at home or living on your own. Some situations only exist when sharing tight communal spaces with strangers. Others stem from being on your own, juggling school and other responsibilities. Move in prepared and your semester will go a lot smoother than if you show up empty […]