Tag: relationships

Mentors: Why They Rock and Where to Find Them

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Texas A&M University, College Station

Mentors are fundamental to your success in college and beyond. Here are a few key factors that make a great mentor, plus tips on how to find one! read more

Q&A With Emily: How to Talk to Your New College Roommate

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, McKendree University

Question: How do I talk with my college roommate? read more

5 College Lessons Learned Outside the Classroom

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Freelance Writer

There are no college classes for character and self-respect. Those things can only be learned with experience, like these five life lessons. read more

Valentine's Day Cards for College Students

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Whether you love or hate this Hallmark holiday, one thing's for sure: it's not really designed for college students. That is, until now. 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

How to Have Difficult Conversations With Your Roommate

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Wellness Writer

If you're worried about your roommate, these tips can help you approach the subject and start a difficult but necessary conversation. read more

Q&A With Emily: Making Friends at College

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Question: How easy is it to make friends at college? read more

What They Don't Tell You About Your First Winter Break From College

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Freelance Writer

Here are a few things to remember as you head home for your first big college break--just in case it isn't exactly a winter wonderland. read more

3 Reasons You Should Break Up With Your Academic Advisor (and How to Do It)

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Executive Director, Leadership Development Center; Assistant Professor of Psychology; York College of Pennsylvania

How do you determine if things are working out with your academic advisor--and what should you do if they're not? read more

Co-ed Dorms: Sleeping Together

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Editor-in-Chief, Carnegie Communications

So...what is it like sharing a dorm with members of the opposite sex? read more