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Roommate Ramblings: Which One Will You Get?

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When I was in university, my roommate became totally obsessed with me. She was jealous, needy, tried to look like me, and I’m pretty sure she sat up and watched me sleep. After she tried to kill my boyfriend, I decided it was time to move out. Oh, wait! That was a movie I saw, […]

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4 Tips on How to Become a Resident Advisor


Perhaps you’re looking for a job on campus or maybe you’ve been admiring the work your friends have been doing. Whatever the reason, if you’re interested in becoming a resident advisor at your college, this is the information you need to get the job. If you just happened to stumble upon this post, check out […]

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3 Reasons to Become a Resident Advisor


When I transferred to college as a junior, I was lucky to receive housing. At some institutions your odds of obtaining an on-campus place diminish depending on how many credits you have. This can be stressful for students who wish to live in a secure campus building or for those who are unfamiliar with a […]

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7 Great Places to Find an Internship

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When I sought my first internship, I was lucky to be studying in a busy college city. On top of that, the school I attended held a ton of informative workshops on networking, how to create a resume, and how to appear more confident during an interview. Aside from those valuable experiences, students were provided […]

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Your College Graduation Checklist


One week ago, I celebrated my college graduation in Boston, Massachusetts. There was food, festivities, and friends and family swarming the streets of my college city. Despite the rainy weather, it was an unforgettable time. To help future graduates make the most of their special days, I decided to research the most important tips for having […]

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6 Reasons to Get an Internship


The time I spent as a publishing intern was what I consider to be one of my most valuable experiences in college. I enjoyed getting ready everyday for work with my colleagues. My schedule was light enough to go to school full-time, and had I needed to receive college credit for my work, I could […]

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10 Reasons to Celebrate Your College Graduation


My college graduation is less than a week away, and I’m in high spirits just thinking about it. I believe it’s important for every student to take a little time to reflect on what makes commencement such a magical time. After some creative brainstorming, I’ve come up with the top ten reasons to enjoy the […]

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5 Lazy College-Student Diseases to Avoid


Forget about the bird flu and bed bugs. There’s a serious epidemic afflicting college students, and it’s been a problem for years. I recently graduated with a four-year degree from Emerson College. Go me, and go you, if you’re a recent grad or current senior! When I landed back home in New Jersey, it felt […]

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The Best Ways for College Students to Spend Summer Vacation

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Summer is almost here, and that means surf, sun, tan lines, and time away from standard semesters. During the next few months, you have lots of options to choose from to make the most out of your break. Enjoying the moment by reconnecting with friends and family—or rekindling an old flame—are all perfectly acceptable ways […]

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6 Tips On How to Manage Your Money While In College


Freedom! Having been to college, I have to admit that’s the first thing I thought on my first day of school my freshman year. I was armed with a backpack full of books and a brand-spanking new Wells Fargo student credit card. I felt to independent and grown up. And every time my dad reminded […]

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