I had signed the paperwork to move into my new apartment with my best friend Ali. We planned on sharing a room while the second room was occupied by a single person, Stephanie (you'll hear more about her in other stories) So we were all set! The deposit was paid and the furniture was bought,… Continue reading My first apartment
Most of us know all too well, the financial struggles of college life. This is a time when students are forced to scrape by on very little. Some of us even work full-time jobs while attending college, just to make ends meet.
But aside from getting a traditional 9 to 5, what else can you do to earn some extra cash? Here are six tips to get you started!
Many skills like writing, graphic designing, and social media management can be done on a freelance basis to make extra cash. Even better, the hours are great because you set them! Most people’s freelance jobs are their hobbies, so it doesn’t really feel like work.
If you have excellent command of the English language, why not offer to proofread or edityour classmates’ work? There is always someone somewhere on campus willing to pay to make sure their paper is error…
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What are they doing up there?? via 5 Thoughts We’ve all Had of Our Upstairs Neighbors — COLLEGE MATE
Freshman 15 For me, gaining 15 pounds would have been a dream come true. Instead, I gained a nightmarish 50 pounds, despite working out and trying to eat healthy and walking everywhere. The food options in the dining halls were “unbelievably” narrow. There was a lot of fried foods, greasy meats and sweet desserts. The… Continue reading Freshman 15
I loved this read from the Huffington Post. 'Millennials are Uncertain, Not Entitled" "Stories about entitled, apathetic millennials just keep coming. A sense of entitlement is one of the diagnostic criterion for narcissistic personality disorder. Further criteria are a sense of superiority and grandiosity - other charges lobbed at millennials. By itself, researchers have linked… Continue reading Millennials are Uncertain, not Entitled
When I first went to college I was a biochemistry major. Being in the sciences automatically enrolled me in the STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) program. I received emails all the time for evens but never really had the desire to go. I switched majors during my first quarter of college because I quickly… Continue reading First College Field Trip