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Inauguration Protests: Coming To A Campus Near You

The 2016 Presidential Election results sent liberal students across America into a frenzy of fear, disappointment, and #NotMyPresident tweeting sprees and protests. This reaction led professors and instructors to cancel classes and excuse absences on campuses nationwide, to allow students to “cope” with the results. Campuses were somber and the [...]

How To Become A Published Writer In College

If you’re reading this right now, you no doubt know how powerful the voice of young conservatives can be. We may still be in college, some of us may not even be able to vote yet, but we have strong opinions and a desire to share conservatism with the world.  [...]

10 Things Organized Women Do For A Fresh Semester

Maybe last semester didn’t go as planned. Your goal of a 4.0 GPA had quickly diminished and before you knew it finals were here. Failure always serves as a lesson and motivation to do better during this spring semester. After all, it is a new year and a time for [...]

10 Things You Need To Do To Ace Your Finals

December is an exciting month as the holiday season draws near, but there is one thing students dread most: final exams.  While these next few weeks may include large consumption of caffeine, too little sleep, and several stress headaches, they may become easier with these 10 things you need to [...]

6 Ways To Prepare For Finals Week

College is no walk in the park. It is a difficult commitment that many students struggle to stay on top of. If you are anything like I was when I first started, you may have more than a few questions about how to prepare for and ace those final exams [...]

I Chose Not To Study Abroad, Here’s Why

As I made plans for my final college summer, the expansive months bridging my junior and senior year, I was inundated with school-sponsored events and emails pushing me to spend my summer months in Prague or Rome or Paris or Rio de Janeiro. It seemed a given to so many [...]

You Are Not Your GPA

If there’s one thing I’m proud of in this world, it’s my GPA. I’ve worked hard for it my entire college career.  I used to pride myself on how virtually bulletproof it was. I'll put emphasis on used to.  That is until I was faced with the real possibility that [...]

8 Ways To Avoid Conflict With Your Roommate

Whether you’re rooming with your best friend or a stranger, it’s no secret that college roommates can be precarious. Adjusting to a new school, coursework, and living environment can be an overwhelming to say the least. Rooming with others isn’t always an ideal situation, but these tips can make it [...]

5 Little Things To Help You De-Stress And Appreciate Life

As college students and young adults, we are at the point in the semester where we have our last big exams, projects, and assignments before it comes to a close. With all the deadlines and assignments, sometimes we can get lost in business and never realize how great the smallest [...]

Dressing Up For Class Changed My Life, Here’s Why

It’s painfully obvious on the first day of classes who the freshman are.  They are dressed up, flawless hair and makeup, and accessorized to perfection. Many upperclassmen roll up to class in a giant t-shirt and Nike shorts or leggings. Don’t get me wrong, I love the luxury of not [...]

6 Bible Verses To Remember As A College Student

If you’re anything like me, you stress over every little thing. Rolling out of bed at 7:30 to go to 8am’s, writing papers, studying for exams, scheduling classes; college is far from easy. And on top of all that, most of us try to maintain jobs, relationships, social lives, and [...]