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Make Friends & Get Delicious Noms

At most colleges, cafeteria food gets a majorly bad rap.  Certainly not without cause—most of the pasta tastes like shredded Tupperware, and the vegetables seem to be served post-mortem.  This poor preparation of most “healthier” items on the menu probably goes a long way toward the accumulation of the dreaded […]

Make Friends & Get Delicious Noms

At most colleges, cafeteria food gets a majorly bad rap.  Certainly not without cause—most of the pasta tastes like shredded Tupperware, and the vegetables seem to be served post-mortem.  This poor preparation of most “healthier” items on the menu probably goes a long way toward the accumulation of the dreaded […]

No Summer Internship? No Problem!

For many, summer is a time for relaxing, laying poolside, vacations and picnics. For college students, summer is the time to gain experience through internships. Whether your school requires it or not – internships are a great way to gain experience, make some money and network with other professionals. On the […]

Music Lovers: Go "On Air" with College Radio

You roll out of bed with a song stuck in your head, and by the time you grab your morning cereal, this song has been replaced by some other, and you realize that they would go quite well one after another. By the time you get to your first class, […]

Music Lovers: Go “On Air” with College Radio

You roll out of bed with a song stuck in your head, and by the time you grab your morning cereal, this song has been replaced by some other, and you realize that they would go quite well one after another. By the time you get to your first class, […]

I am a well dressed, over-eager nerd.

Everyone who has spent some time on a college campus will agree that “non-traditional” students are different. I am one of them and unless I live to be 120 years old, I can safely say that I am slightly past my quarter-life crisis. At my age it is important to […]

TOMS: Changing the World Shoe by Shoe

In honor of their recent event, “One Day Without Shoes,” I’ve decided to educate you readers on the wondrous TOMS Shoes (if you’re among the few living in the library and don’t already know what they are). TOMS was developed by Blake Mycoskie in 2006 after a trip to Argentina […]