Check out these 5 links from some of our favorite blogs:

  • Sarah McAnaw, of Big Girl Small Kitchen College, shared with readers the powerful benefits of Kale. “An excellent source of vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, fiber, iron, calcium and antioxidants, Kale has been proven to lower cholesterol and even decrease the risk of developing cancer, specifically that of the bladder, breast, colon, ovary and prostate.” After learning about this cruciferous vegetable, I then proceeded to find a tasty recipe that incorporates kale. I landed on Kelsey Brown’s Senioritis and Coconut Kale. Check out this simple recipe to make your own Coconut Kale Brown Rice Bowl.
  • Community College Success started a new Tuesday blog series titled Study Tipping Tuesday. Be sure to check out this week’s post, which includes strategies that you can use immediately to help reach your goals.

  • It’s only the third week and for some if may feel as though three months have already gone by. Due dates for papers and first exams are right around the corner, and on top of it all we are still super involved on campus! As we all know, stress can lead to being sick, therefore I wanted to share College Cures’ post titled 5 Keys to Staying Healthy on College Campuses.

  • Relationships in college can be difficult, but luckily College Magazine is here to help. In this week’s dating section, Audrey Noble, gives some helpful tips on how to avoid the big green jealous monster. Single, taken, or whatever your Facebook status is today, be sure to check out this interesting blog post titled Avoiding Jealousy!

Courtnay Oddman is a senior at The George Washington University, majoring in Communications, with a double minor in Statistics and Health and Wellness. She has been a member of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars since 2008. Courtnay is currently the Social Media Intern at the NSCS national office and is a regular contributor to the NSCS Twitter account. She enjoys attending GWU basketball games and being a mentor to students on campus. Courtnay is currently applying to graduate schools in the field of Higher Education and aspires to one day be a student affairs professional.