• Major Mistakes College Students Make and How to Avoid Them

    It wasn’t that long ago I was graduating from high school and moving into the dorms at GSU. I was excited but had no clue what to expect living on my own. The next four years was a series of trial and errors, most of which cost me tons of money, humility, and time. Learn how to avoid these major

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  • How To Travel On A Teeny Tiny Budget

    You’re broke. You’re bored. You’re looking to get out of dodge. Sometimes, summer isn’t all it’s cracked up to be and you’re “summer of fun” ends up consisting of little more than hanging out on your parents’ couch, watching Lifetime movie marathons. Well, fear not – it’s not too late to salvage your summer! We have a few tips on

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  • Lies people tell you about post-college life

    You’ve heard it a million times: College is the best time of your life. You get to live with the freedom of an adult, but none of the responsibility. Friends abound in close quarters, so finding a person (or people) to hang with is never a problem. Making your own course schedule allows you to sleep in and – in

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  • 5 tips for college seniors looking for a job

    If you’re an incoming college senior, chances are good that you haven’t even begun to think about trying to find a job post-graduation. After all, why would you bother worrying about next summer when you’re enjoying what might be your last-ever summer off? While it might seem like jumping the gun to start sourcing out jobs for next year, it’s

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  • 7 Things You Absolutely Must Do Before Going Away To College

    The summer between finishing high school and starting college is a really exciting time. With high school behind you, you can move onto the next phase of your life – freedom, parties, football games and a seemingly endless supply of people to date. But before you move onto drunken debauchery, there’s plenty to check off your bucket list for your

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  • 5 Ways To Overcome The Post-College Blues

    College is undoubtedly the best time in a person’s life. You have all of the freedom of an adult with none of the responsibility, you live in close proximity to hundreds – or even thousands – of your friends, and your schedule is full of half-days and days off. But all good things must come to an end – and

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  • 5 Mistakes College Grads Make That Will Get Them Fired in 90 Days or Less

        As someone who has hired (and fired ) many entry level / college grads I noticed that there are 5 major mistakes a new hire can make that results in termination. These are mistakes you don’t learn to avoid in college and are often learned the hard way. Brace yourself… I am about to be really honest with

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  • 50 Things To Add To Your Summer Bucket List

    With classes over, it might seem like the next three months stretching ahead of you will be endless. But as we all know too well, time flies when you’re having fun. That’s why it’s a good idea to keep a tally of all of the things on your bucket list for this summer. Even better: Make a list with your

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  • Don’t Use The Force…Use BIGWORDS In Your Quest To Sell Your Textbooks

    May 4th is Star Wars Day!  You don’t need to be Yoda to figure out how to get the most money back for your old textbooks. When exams are over and you’re ready for the celebrations to begin, the last thing you want to do is expend a ton of brainpower deciding which greedy Sith is going to give you the cash you deserve

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  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Take a Break From Social Media

    Five great reasons why you should take a spring social media detox starting NOW: You might feel happier. Numerous studies have linked Facebook and Instagram to feelings of sadness and dissatisfaction. Experts believe that because we tend to put on our best face for our social media followers – showing only our most flattering photos, fun activities and big life

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  • Five Must-Have Tech Skills Every College Student Should Possess

      Technology changes so quickly that it can be tough to keep up – even for the most adept college student. While you don’t need to be a computer programmer to get through college and be a desirable candidate in the job market, there are a few tech skills that you should master.   Software suites. When it comes to

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  • Stylish Rain Boots To Keep Your Feet Dry This Spring

    April showers bring May flowers, right? Well you have only a few more days to prepare. The big payoff to a rainy spring is knowing that sunny skies await us on the other side. But all that rain can wreak havoc on your favorite pair of heels – a situation that most of us have been willing to endure in

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  • Seven Ways To De-Stress Before A Big Test

    Nothing fills a college student with more anxiety or dread than a big exam. The days and weeks leading up to a test – or, sometimes, a cluster of several tests – are fraught with stress and tension, and relaxing often seems impossible. Have no fear – if you’re looking to decompress, we have seven surefire ways to calm you

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  • 8 Unhealthy Study Habits You Gotta Kick Before Midterms

    Are you studying ferociously, but not really seeing any results? It might be the way you’re studying. Poor study habits can make all of the difference in test performance. To avoid spinning your wheels and (hopefully) give your GPA a boost, avoid these poor study habits as you cruise into midterms. The wrong study partners. Best friends are great, aren’t they?

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  • 10 Study Tips To Help You Nail Your Midterms

        Your bags are packed and you’re more than ready to spend a week far, far away from textbooks, classrooms and libraries. There’s only one problem: Midterms still stand in the way between you and the best Spring Break ever. And the last thing you want is to be sipping cocktails on the beach, worried that you didn’t come

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