8 Things to Know for College

Now that I have graduated and moved on to “real life,” I feel like I know a great deal more than I did freshman year. As I sit and reflect on my past four years at Bentley, sitting on the couch in my new “big girl” apartment, I came up with 5 things I wish I knew in my “younger” years. (more…)

5 Tips to your first College Party!

Now, college parties aren’t normally as insane as you’ve seen in movies, but there are still some precautions to be taken. Most freshmen don’t think about these steps to take before going out with friends for the night. These rules apply to everyone, not just freshmen girls. Here are 5 tips to staying safe at your first college party:

4 Benefits of Remote Internships

If I could give one piece of advice to incoming college freshmen, I would tell them to get as many internships as they can. Any of my friends can tell you that I’ve really taken this philosophy to an extreme. If you take on a remote internship, you can just treat it as another class. It is the best way to gain experience without having to travel to an office multiple times a week.

Top 5 Social Networking iPhone apps

Are you obsessed with social media? Can you not remember the last period of time you went without Tweeting or checking your Facebook? Now, instead of having to constantly open these sites on your computer, you can have notifications come directly to your iPhone! The following five applications are the most beneficial social networking programs, in my opinion.

An 8-Step Guide to Library Etiquette for Students

On most college campuses, the library is the BEST place to get work done. Some people say that they don’t go to the library because they are distracted by friends, but I think there are many more reasons. Here are some tips to proper etiquette while studying and getting work done in libraries. I hope these tips can help you and your studious peers to have non-distracting library study sessions.

Top 5 iPhone Apps for College Students

Let’s face it: smartphones are becoming a crucial part of our day-to-day lives, as technology is making our lives “easier.” Many people say that smartphones are just making distractions for everyday activities, but in fact, there are some iPhone apps which can actually help! Instead of longing for a personal assistant, you can just use your smartphone to help you stay organized in your busy life as a college student.