• Want Around 90% Back For Your Hardly Used Textbooks? Sell Them Back NOW.

    If you wait until the semester ends, the rush to stock will be done and your book’s buyback offer will drop as they won’t be as sought after. Classic “Supply vs Demand” logic here so make sure to take advantage! Check out these scenarios on how to make the most money off of your old textbooks. Scenario #1: I BOUGHT

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  • Holiday Gift Ideas: 8 Great Gadgets For A Geekier Gift

    It’s never been so chic to be a geek. In a world full of quirky technological gadgets, if you’re a geek, 2015 is your time to shine. So why not let your geek flag fly high while giving the gift of geek to others this holiday season? We have a list of some of our favorites to help you out.

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  • 3 College Mistakes To Avoid Mid-Semester

    Spending Your Financial Aid on NON School Related Stuff The biggest mistake we see freshmen make is spending their financial aid on everything and anything not school related. It’s hard to realize that this money is not free but even harder to realize that there is interest attached to it. When you go to pay this sum back after school,

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  • Five Things You May Need To Make Midterm Studying Bearable

    It feels like you just started classes, right? Wrong. Things are in full swing and, believe it or not, midterms are coming up faster than you can say “beer me.” While studying is sure to put a damper on your fun for a few weeks, it doesn’t need to make life unbearable. We have some products that will help you

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  • Getting The College Experience As A Commuter Student

    Not every college student gets to experience campus life. According to U.S. News and World Report, nearly 20 percent of incoming college freshman are commuters and many large universities report that the majority of students are commuters – in the case of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, this number reaches a whopping 90 percent. While it’s true that

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  • How To Be A Bomb-A++ Roommate

    Whether you’re new to having a roommate or you’ve been living with the same crew for the past couple of years, bunking with someone can be challenging and requires a bit of adjustment. You don’t have to be a people-pleasing doormat, but it’s important not to be a total pain-in-the-ass who develops a chore chart or leaves a dozen passive

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  • 10 Books That Every College Student Should Read

    Whether you’re a college freshman or a grad student, every year away at school is filled with new experiences, challenges and fun. While you might feel a bit overwhelmed with the course load and remain convinced that there are not enough hours in your day to do any “fun” reading, we beg to differ – there are a bunch of

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  • 5 Must-Haves For The Tailgating Rookie

    IT’S HERE! After along eight months since the last touchdown, college football season is back. Whether you go to a school with a national championship contender or a D3 team – or your loyalties lie elsewhere – getting prepared for those long Saturdays of tailgating is a lot of fun. If you’re still scrambling to find everything you need, have

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  • Slay In College With These Study Tips

    We get it: There are parties to attend, friends to make and activities to join. But amidst all of the fun that comes with the first few weeks of school, there’s also – you know – classes. And some of you might actually be determined to make your mark scholastically this year. Believe it or not, being a straight-A student

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  • Goodbye Summer, Hello Summer Sales

      You’ve probably noticed that back-to-school items have hit the shelves and fall clothing has replaced t-shirts and bikinis on the racks at your favorite stores. It’s official: Summer is coming to a close. True, there are still a few weekends left until Labor Day and plenty of warm days ahead, but before we know it, the air is going

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  • B2S Fun But Essential Must-Haves

    It seems like summer just began – and the sun is still scorching – but the upcoming school year is just around the corner. If you haven’t started your back-to-school shopping yet, it’s time to start thinking about hanging up your bathing suit and pulling out your credit card. Not sure how to get out of “summer vacation mode” and

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  • How To Score A Cheap Laptop For College

    If you’re gearing up to start college in the fall, chances are that you have a long back-to-school list full of dorm room essentials, school supplies and other “must haves” to prepare you for the next phase in your life. Unfortunately, the expenses of going away to college can be dizzying and finding a place where you can cut corners

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  • Five Things You DON’T Need In College

    If you’re new to campus life, chances are that you don’t entirely know where you need to throw your back-to-school dollars. We have a few suggestions of items you might think you need, but actually don’t – so you can have more money for those big nights out. Printer. Dorm rooms are tiny and cluttered – the last thing you

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  • 6 Things You Didn’t Know You Should Pack For College

    Summer is in full-swing and the upcoming school year is probably the last thing on your mind. Chances are good that you haven’t even figured out which bar you’re going to tonight, nevermind what you’ll need to pack for college. Sure, you’ll need all the fun stuff – like a comforter, desk accessories and the latest-and-greatest in dorm room artwork

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  • How To Avoid The Campus Bookstore And Score Cheap Textbooks

    Any of us who have shopped in a campus bookstore for textbooks know that it’s a huge rip-off. Students nationwide have grown wise to the racket and, consequently, stores just aren’t selling books like they used to. While schools scramble to evolve to a changing market – and reduce or entirely drop textbooks from their inventory – students are looking

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