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5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Transferring Colleges

College is a time that is meant for discovering so many things. Discovering who we are, discovering new friends, discovering new experiences, and discovering what path we want to take for the rest of our lives. When wide eyed seniors are choosing their home for the next four years, they [...]

7 Bible Verses To Get You Through The Semester

It's been a long semester, and finals time is almost here. Whether you are in high school or in college, test week can be extremely stressful and discouraging.  No matter if it is one test or five, tests are overwhelming and can bring yourself down. To get me through test [...]

5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Starting A Campus Club

Everyone wants to start their own club on campus, especially when they feel like their niche interests aren’t being represented. Luckily, most colleges make it pretty easy for students to do just that, and a million clubs proliferate. Unfortunately, too many club leaders fail to think through some major questions [...]

A College Girl’s Guide To Success: 10 Habits To Adopt

College is a constant hustle between class, homework, extra-curricular activities, time with friends and maybe actually sleeping now and then. It can be really easy to over-commit yourself and find yourself absolutely losing your mind because you have too much going on. That said, there are also some essential life [...]

37 Ways To Stay Safe On Your College Campus

Staying safe on college campuses or near a college campus is an ongoing problem. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there were 27,000 crimes reported in 2014 against people or property on the campus of two-year and four-year places of higher learning. Commonly reported crimes include burglary, forcible [...]

9 Ways To Crush College and Graduate School Entry Exams

Standardized tests in middle school and high school are scary enough, but don’t even get me started on the SAT to get into college, or graduate school entry exams like the GMAT or LSAT. You feel like your entire existence and value depends on how you score on one exam. [...]

6 Job Paths For English Major Graduates

Whenever you tell someone you’re a college student, the first thing they’re going to ask you is either what institution you attend or your major. When one of those doesn’t satisfy their standards, they’re going to ask you what you plan on actually doing with your life. Even though I’m [...]

16 Things I Wish I Knew Before Joining A Sorority

Fall is in the air once again which means it’s every sorority woman’s favorite, and least favorite, time of year: recruitment. If you’re already a sister chances are you’re scoping out a potential little or grand-little, drinking seven cups of tea a day to make sure you don’t lose your [...]

How To Make the Most Of Office Hours This Semester

Everyone wants to start it off on the right foot, earn good grades, and find happiness in and outside of the classroom. Although it's mid September, it's not too late. One of the most sure-fired ways to improve your semester inside the classroom is to visit your professor’s office hours. [...]

10 Bible Verses For The Anxious College Woman

College is weird. In four years, we are supposed to soak up a bunch of knowledge, find out more about ourselves, the world around us and all while deciding what it is we want to do career wise for the rest of our lives. It is the absolute best time [...]