As the fall semester starts to approach us, here is a list of 5 ways to start your year with a strong studying mindset. It’s hard to get back into the role of “scholarly student” after 3+ months of vacation. Hopefully these tips will help increase your focus! (more…)
Many college students feel the need to go up and down the aisles of Bed Bath and Beyond or Target and buy every college accessory in site. However, as fully stocked as these stores are, they may not hold everything you need throughout the year.
Here are some things I wish I had brought to college with me on the first day.
Last summer I was stuck living in Boston under the ripe old age of 21. In order to preoccupy myself when I wasn’t working, I tried to come up with as many different “under 21” things to do as possible. Eventually the classics (Red Sox game, the Prudential, Museum of Science, walking through the Commons) either became too repetitive or too pricey. So I did some investigating and found a list of things to do that involve minimal money and a unique experience! (more…)
When visiting NYC, seeing a Broadway show is a must. Drinks, dinner, and a show; it’s all part of the Big Apple experience! But with ticket prices averaging $140 (for the cheapest seats in the house), it’s not the easiest thing for a college student to afford. Lucky for you, we have some tips on how to score tickets at a reasonable price. (more…)
Here is a list of places that I bet you have never heard of. With the ease of travel today, many of these gorgeous sites are easy to get to, but often go unnoticed. Sure you can visit Munich, Germany, but have you ever driven outside the cities and seen what lies in the countryside? Try not to miss these stunning places when you take your next trip!