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5 Packing Tips for a Smooth Move Out

Move-out is around the corner. It can be overwhelming to people who have never moved before and don’t even know where to start in the process. Add in the joy of final exams and you’re in for a busy week! Here are 5 easy tips to help your move-out experience go as smooth as possible. 1. Start Early Procrastination is real. With so much going on at the end of the school year, it [...]

By |April 21st, 2021|Tags: , , , , , , |

Move Out is Upon Us

The Stress of Move Out With only a few weeks left of the semester, it’s easy to start to feel overwhelmed. With finals approaching, the dread of move-out can be daunting. Not to mention the uncertainty of what to do with your stuff over the summer if you are moving out of your current residence and into a new place in the fall. When I was a freshman, I didn’t know anything about storage [...]

By |April 6th, 2021|Tags: , , , |

Tips I would give my College Self

The famous phrase goes, “hindsight is 2020”. Sometimes, this is easier said than done. As a college senior rapidly approaching graduation, I’ve taken some time recently to reflect on my college experience. Throughout the highs and lows that all students face, I appreciate the way college has shaped me into the person I am today as I begin to journey into the real world.  As a wise, second-semester senior, here are some tips I [...]

By |March 24th, 2021|Tags: , |

8 Hobbies to Pick Up as a Student

College is a time for self-discovery and venturing out into new areas. As we progress through this journey, we are constantly juggling to maintain our academic pursuits along with a social life. With so much on our plates, we often forget to seek out new experiences that bring us joy. As college students, it is imperative to pick up new hobbies that we find pleasure in and those that give us a sense of [...]

By |March 10th, 2021|Tags: , , , , |

The Snow Break

Texas experienced one of the most unprecedented winter storms last week. Counties across the state lost water and electricity, leaving countless families with busted pipes and other severe damages. The hardest thing for college students - no WiFi. In light of the negative things the weather brought, there was a silver lining for students. Many universities had taken away spring break in order to condense the academic calendar for the semester. The weather provided [...]

By |February 24th, 2021|Tags: , , , |

Starting the Semester Off Right

Winter break is always a great time for relaxation after the fall semester. Many of us had the chance to reconnect with friends and family, celebrate the holidays, and ultimately reflect on this past year. Although 2020 was not at all what anyone had expected, we all had opportunities to grow and develop. Cheers to the next chapter in our lives - and for college students that means a great spring semester. Top 7 [...]

By |February 11th, 2021|Tags: , , , , , |


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