The Do's and Dont's of College Partying

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Communications

If you find yourself at a college party, following these do's and don'ts can help you enjoy yourself and keep you safe. read more

How to Pick Your Safety Schools

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Student, Garfield High School

People are often dismayed when they end up going to one of their safety schools, but there is no reason to be if you choose your safety schools wisely. read more

How to Pick Your Safety, Reach, and Match Colleges

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Editor-in-Chief, Carnegie Communications

Reach, match, and safety schools. What do they mean, and how do you find them? read more

Securing Your Digital Life on Campus: Computer Tips for Students

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Student, Concordia University Irvine

In our technological world, there are several steps you can take to maintain control over your computer, your digital data, and your digital persona. read more

How to Have an Awesome Spring Break...No Matter What You Do

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From traveling to staying put, these spring break tips will help you make the most of those seven precious days. read more

Is Social Media Holding You Back?

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Founder, Swan Fitness and Health Coaching

In our super-connected world, it can actually be a little tricky to maintain a healthy relationship with social media. Here you can assess your social media habits to make sure they're where they should be--and not taking over your life. read more

College Student City Guide: Austin

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Writer, Senior Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

There isn't another city quite like it, where cowboys and hipsters orbit the same barbeque and live music joints. It's weird. It's wonderful. It's Austin. read more

Maintaining Healthy Relationships in College

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Freelance Writer

The college years are a big transition for most students as they navigate new relationships on campus and try to maintain relationships with friends and family back home. Here are some tips to guide you along the way. read more

What I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before College

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Freelance Writer

Before Rosemary's younger brother left for college, she decided to put together a manifesto of her learned experiences to help him on his way. Here are those nuggets of sisterly advice, good for any student embroiled in the college search or already moved into the dorms. read more

10 Smart Social Media Tips for Students

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Motivational Humorist, Trainer, Author, and Entrepreneur

Before you use that smartphone in your pocket to share something with 10 or 10,000 people, one expert has a few tips for you think about when posting videos and photos. read more