Tag: holidays

10 Small Things Students Should Be Thankful For

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Instead of just being thankful for the big stuff, remember the little things that make life worth living too this Thanksgiving. read more

Have a Heart This Valentine's Day

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Dartlet

Whether you're "the single friend" or just got voted "cutest couple," here are some new ways to celebrate Valentine's Day! read more

What Should You Major in Based on Your Favorite Holiday Movie?

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

On the fence about what to major in? See if your favorite holiday movie can point you in the right direction! read more

What Holiday Treat Should You Stress Bake/Eat?

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

The end of the year means college apps, finals, family, and stress! If you need a cookie break, here are some fun treats to make--and eat! read more

Things to Be Thankful for This Holiday Season

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Sometimes it's hard to remember what we should be thankful for as students. Don't forget to share some thanks this holiday season! read more

How to Have the Ultimate College Friendsgiving

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

Tips for throwing the ultimate college Friendsgiving party, whether you live on or off campus! read more

Don't Celebrate Christmas? How to Spend December 25

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Student, Clear Lake High School

For students who don't celebrate Christmas, it can be tough having such an anti-climactic December 25. Here are some ways to make the most of the day. read more

Scholarship Saturday: December 10, 2016

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5 Ways to Get Ready for the Holidays as a College Student

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Student, University of Central Florida

It's that time of year! You might be pining for your holiday break, but there are plenty of ways to get in the holiday spirit while you're still on campus. read more

Guest Post: When the Grinch Steals Your College Application

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College counselors Peggy Stacy and Gail Meyer offer their advice to parents and students juggling college admission and holiday stress. read more