Tag: social life

How to Survive a Sorority: Tips for Before and After Joining

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Freelance Writer

Joining a sorority is a big step for college students interested in Greek life. Are you ready for it? Here are some things to consider before rush this year. read more

11 Life Hacks for the Lazy-Smart College Student

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Freelance Blogger

Just like the saying goes: work smarter, not harder. Read on for 11 tips on maximizing your time (and everything else) in college. read more

Top Neighborhoods for Students in Washington, DC

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Contributing Writer and DC Expert, ApartmentGuide.com

A look at which DC neighborhoods are best for students, including areas with affordable apartments, access to public transportation, and proximity to universities. read more

Why Should I Volunteer in High School?

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Why should you volunteer in high school? Well...why not? One emphatic high school student explains. read more

Surviving Freshman Year as a Student-Athlete

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Founder and CEO, GamePhox Unlimited, LLC.

Being a student-athlete can be a bit overwhelming when you first arrive freshman year. So how do you manage it? read more

100 Things You Need to Do Before Graduating From a College in Boston

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Editor-in-Chief, Carnegie Communications

You're going to need all four years. Trust. read more

How to Transition from High School to College...and Avoid Academic Probation

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English Tutor, TutorNerds

Many freshmen find themselves on academic probation after finding they can't adjust to college academics. Follow this advice to ensure that doesn't happen to you! read more

4 Ways to Find Your College Fit

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Co-author, The Other College Guide

These are the four areas of college "fit" you need to investigate in finding the perfect school for you. read more

What Do College Freshmen Care About Most? You Might Be Surprised...

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Freelance Writer

We often imagine college as a social highlight--and it definitely can be--but it turns out students aren't as social as they used to be. read more

Exploring Your College City

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Contributing Editor, Carnegie Communications

Students can fall in love with a campus nearly instantly--but this doesn't always leave room to explore the more practical side of things, from the nearest grocery store to nightlife to transportation. read more