by Kate Brunotts In an age on the brink of a recession, managing your money wisely is more important than ever. Meanwhile, we continue to spend more and more repaying student loans— A 2019 study by TD Bank found that student debt holders spend on average 20% of their take-home
by Ben Mangelsdorf In case you were wondering, college has been going amazing. I definitely spent the first two years of the best four years of my life contemplating whether life was truly worth living, but I’ve gotten past that and have developed a strong sense of apathy and disregard
by Dee Dee Thompson I thought if I didn’t go to college, I would end up broke, living at home, working a low paying job, and unhappy. Nine years and two degrees later, I’m in debt, living at home, working a low paying job, and quite frankly… depressed. There isn’t
There have been a lot of articles on the date rape nail polish. Yes, it was very innovative of these students at North Carolina State University to develop Undercover Colors.
Most college students are broke. It’s no big secret. For most students, getting enough financial aid to pay for tuition and books alone can be hard. Then there’s housing costs, food costs, and transportation. The 2013-2014 school year cost $8,893 on average for public universities. Financial aid awards vary based on student need and
I mean true musicians. The type of musicians who have tons of talent, loads of promise, a refusal to do anything else and no cash. I’m going to let you in on the worst kept secret of a generation: having a bachelor’s degree in ‘Music Anything’ doesn’t exactly secure you
So it’s about that time during the end of every semester in college where everything is due, and many college students are scrambling around, losing their minds, trying to ensure they pass their classes or, in the least, raise the grade of the classes they’re falling behind in. And, as
You’ve scribble scrabbled your way through kindergarten. You’ve dodgeballed your way through middle school. You scratched and clawed your way through high school (whether you’ve gotten your high school diploma or your GED, you didn’t totally get swallowed by high school and that matters). And now you’re here at what