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Earth, Empowered

Thanks to my friends in environmental engineering, I’ve got a major opportunity to look forward to this spring. It’s called PowerShift 2011, and it’s happening April 15-18 in Washington D.C. Essentially, PowerShift is a massive conference designed to educate college students all over the country about the environmental crises facing […]

Spring Trends

This spring, brighten up your wardrobe.  Step away from the black!  This season’s “it” colors include light coral, mint, white, and various shades of neutrals.  Look for these colors in muted tones, pastel tones, and metallics. Focus on solid colors, but if patterns are your thing, don’t fret!  Go with […]

Spring CCleaning

April is here and showers aren’t the only things that have come with it.  As the weather begins to turn from the drab and dreary doldrums of winter, many of us will kick off the new season with a cleansing tradition known as “spring cleaning.”  If you’re a student, your […]

Smiling Soles

I think it’s awesome that 39,999 other people also thought it would be a good idea to come to the University of South Florida. However, lots of students need lots of space. And since skyscrapers aren’t all the rage yet this side of the Pacific, lots of space means that […]

The Truth About Publishing a Book (Is Not in a Movie)

At 12 I wrote a book. If you can call 300 pages filled with gobbledygook and slight incessant rants a book, then I wrote one. Of course it was horrible, but that wasn’t the point. The 300 page manuscript entertained me, and so I never stopped writing. At 14, I […]

Seven Ways to Eat Healthy on a College Student's Budget

Surviving on limited funds from part-time jobs and student loans can surely work up a hunger in you; but before reaching for the ramen or driving to the nearest dollar menu provider, think about the healthier and cheaper alternatives. Nutritious food is normally the first expense to get cut when […]

Seven Ways to Eat Healthy on a College Student’s Budget

Surviving on limited funds from part-time jobs and student loans can surely work up a hunger in you; but before reaching for the ramen or driving to the nearest dollar menu provider, think about the healthier and cheaper alternatives. Nutritious food is normally the first expense to get cut when […]

Penn State Chapter Creates Unique Scholarships

The NSCS Chapter at PSU has created two scholarships for its members. Award amounts will vary between $250 and $500, but members are encouraged to serve and be creative. They ask two questions: NSCS… what does that mean to you? The winning entry will create a unique video chronicling the NSCS […]