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Easy Money Saving Techniques for Any College Student

We’ve all heard it before, from our advisors, our mentors and of course our parents: “learn to save your money.” Now that you’re away from home, you have probably started to realize saving money on a college students’ income is much easier said then done. In fact, many of you […]

Meet in Person, Work Online: Tech Tools for Club Management

Running a successful student organization is complex. The key is combining the right leaders and providing them with the tools to do great things. A binder and highlighters are useful, but just won’t cut it for management tools, anymore. There are many FREE online tools that can help organizations to increase productivity, maximize […]

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 […]