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SXSW: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Spring Break

For many college students, Spring Break signals a week at the beach or the pool, soaking in much needed Vitamin D. But for those passionate about music, a little festival in Austin, TX called South by Southwest coincides with Spring Break. Instead of a swimsuit, we pack comfy shoes and […]

5 Tips to Show Your Advisor Some Appreciation

March 31st is Advisor Appreciation Day. At NSCS, our advisors play a HUGE role in everything from fostering relationships between NSCS and schools to providing support to members and chapter officers. We owe major thanks to our advisors and use this special day to show our appreciation. Even if you […]

Traveling on the Cheap: Three Weeks in Europe for $2,500

Yes, I am one of the many who have littered my Facebook with countless albums of my travels that induce jealousy from my friends, and you can too. With a 20-something’s desire to travel and a college student’s budget, can we really afford to take international vacations? Yes. Don’t let […]

How to Workout Without Leaving Your Dorm Room

When the sun is shining and the weather is warm, it’s easy to gather some friends to head outside for a jog, stroll, or bike ride. Desirable conditions make it easier to simply head to the gym, since leaving your home or apartment isn’t such a chore. Of course for […]

Let's Talk About It

Japan has experienced some of the most devastating events of the year within the past two weeks. The earthquake and tsunami have caused unfortunate death and destruction. For most of us, we have no earthly idea of how serious these events actually are. All we can do is watch the […]