• Where Did All Of The Roller Skates Go?

      Are you guys up on the roller skating craze? If you’ve been off Instagram or TikTok for a while, you may not have noticed the mega resurgence of the retro sport. But it’s back. And not only is roller skating back, it has caused a massive roller skate shortage across the world. Would you ever think? Of course you

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  • Café Home: 19 Best Cookbooks That Will Help Make Your Home Your Favorite Place To Eat

    Looking to become an impressive home cook? We’re not talking impressive in the get your very own episode on Chef’s Table kind of way. We mean when you look at the finished plate of food you have prepared, or the loaf of bread, or the bowl of hummus and you take your first bite of it…an expletive escapes your lips and pats you

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  • What To Expect From Your Entire College Experience Described In Memes

      New to college? Here’s what to expect from the day you arrive until the day you graduate.   First Day Of School:   Classes:   Attention Span:   Professors:   Homework:   Meals:   Social Life:   Dating:   Struggle:   Exams & Finals: ** **   Grades:   Growth:   Graduation: ** **          

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  • 12 Books To Read Or Revisit Before Their 2020 Movie Release

      12 books becoming movies in 2020 The Reincarnationist Papers by D. Eric Maikranz     Discovered as three notebooks in an antique store in Rome at the turn of the millennium, The Reincarnationist Papers offers a tantalizing glimpse into the Cognomina, a secret society of people who possess total recall of their past lives. Evan Michaels struggles with being

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  • How To Become A Morning Person And Not Feel Like Garbage All Day

    Science shows that early risers are happier, healthier and more productive than night owls. So, if you’re trying to become a morning person, setting an alarm for daybreak might be the answer. But transitioning from being a night owl to getting up at the crack of dawn isn’t easy, so we’ve come up with a few tips on how you can pull it off without

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  • Create The Perfect Home Environment For Online Classes

    Make sure you’re set up for success if you’re taking your studies this semester to the confines of your comforter. Here’s what you’ll need to make the best of your BU (Bedroom University) situation. A Good Router No one needs a lagging interwebs as soon as their online class starts. And you really don’t need to waste time yelling at

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  • 10 Books That Will Transport You To The Beach If You Can’t Go IRL

    Maybe you’re social distancing. Maybe all of your friends are. Maybe your funds are tight. Many of us have a good reason our summer is not quite like summers of our past. We miss the waves just as much as the next person not within walking distance to the ocean, so we’ve compiled a list of books that will help

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  • I Was Going to Hire You….But Then I Saw Your Selfies

    How College Grads Can Protect Themselves from Being Passed Up for an Interview First impressions are now on the internet instead of in person. Potential employers will hit “NEXT” faster than you can take a selfie if you don’t get your social media under control. Google yourself…. What do you see? Most likely you will see a link to your Instagram,

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  • 6 Scientifically Proven Ways To Study Better

          If you’re not sure how to even begin digging into your class notes, there are a few scientifically proven tactics you can employ to be more efficient and make the most of those long winter nights. Stick to paper. Reading through your notes on your computer might be more convenient and eco-friendly than printing off pages and pages

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  • Will Renting Textbooks Actually Cost You Less Than Buying Them?

    According to the College Board, textbooks cost the average college student $1200 each year – and the cost just continues to go up. As any broke college kid knows, there just ain’t no time for that, especially when there are way more interesting things to spend money on, like awesome vacations and bar tabs. To combat these growing costs, students

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  • Should You Take a Break From Social Media?

    Five great reasons why you should take a social media detox starting NOW: You might feel happier. Numerous studies have linked social media usage 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 achievements – we

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  • 4 Ways To Minimize Your Student Debt

    Currently, 40 million Americans have student loan debt. The amount of debt people are racking up is so staggering that half of the current borrowers are unable to pay off their loans, resulting in defaults that can haunt individuals’ credit ratings for years. Unfortunately, many young people heading off to college don’t have much of a choice outside of taking

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  • 5 Positive Benefits Of A Social Media Detox

    Five great reasons why you should take a 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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  • 5 Great Time Management Apps For College Students

    If studying has never been your biggest strength, then you sure are lucky to be a student in 2019. The market is loaded with apps to help you stay focused, boost brain power and sharpen your organizational skills. We picked a few of our favorite time management-specific apps, so get downloading and finally crack open that History 101 book, for

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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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