“One thing at a time” has been my mantra when I get overwhelmed. I find myself saying this more and more as finals come around. There never seems to be enough hours in the day to complete all the things that […]
Bars are loud. So your chances to say something are limited.
When you strike up a conversation with the opposite sex at a bar, there are a few key phrases you’ll hear like they’re on a loop. It’s not necessarily […]
Dan wrote a new post, A Reflection On Roommates Past: Sink-Pissing, Shower Kegs and Parenthood, on the site The Campus Companion 5 months, 3 weeks ago
I walked into the living room the other day and overheard one of my roommates talking to another roommate. The gist of the conversation was about cleaning the bathroom. What was different was that first […]
Dan wrote a new post, 5 Computer Programs Every Student Should Know How To Use, on the site The Campus Companion 5 months, 4 weeks ago
Most employers are looking to hire people who know how to do a little bit of everything, especially when it comes to technology. For example, it’s not enough for journalists to be good at just writing or […]
One of the best things about being in college is watching movies about college. Sometimes they get it right. Sometimes they get it wrong. Either way, it’s still entertaining when you see something that […]
Dan wrote a new post, 5 Tips To Writing A Better College Scholarship Essay, on the site The Campus Companion 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Getting scholarships is a great way to supplement important college expenses like tuition and rent–and beer. And for most of us, the college scholarship deadline is drawing near.
As a journalism major whose […]
Remember that photo from last weekend you wish you hadn’t been tagged in—or those 140 characters you wish you didn’t tweet the other day? We all know that, these days, those can come back to bite you in the […]
As athletes make the transition from high school to college, the world changes. The pressure to succeed rises and the innocence of playing with your friends disappears. Balance that with attending classes and […]
We’re in the dog days of the Fall 2012 semester. At this point, we’re all thinking of ways to make life just a little more bearable. Doodling and classroom bingo can only keep us sane for so long.
This got […]
Dan wrote a new post, Wasting Your Tuition: The Most 5 Underused College Resources, on the site The Campus Companion 6 months, 3 weeks ago
The average cost of tuition at public four-year colleges is right around $20,000. A common misconception is that all that money goes toward the classes we take. As a student, what are you actually paying for? […]
You regain consciousness, but everything is still black. A deafening and incessant cadence pierces your eardrums. The crust between your eyelids hinders you from opening them completely. Your hand darts back […]
Having sex with your roommates is a tempting notion. Dormcest happens at colleges across the nation. While there seem to be many pros, dormcest can ruin the dynamic of any living situation. Partygoers often […]
Every great show needs a drinking game.
The third season of Boardwalk Empire is now underway and it’s looking like the best season so far.
Last season ended in a shocker. A dramatic standoff between Nucky […]
Dan wrote a new post, Prop 30 And The State Of Higher Education In America, on the site The Campus Companion 7 months, 1 week ago
What am I doing with my life?: the ubiquitous question asked by all college students.
For many, myself included, college is the time to find the answer to this question. When I started college, I had no […]
Congratulations! You survived another college weekend! Now it’s Sunday, you’re hungover, and a pile of procrastinated work awaits you’re half-hearted effort. Here is how your past Sunday unfolded, and how every […]
Dan wrote a new post, 4 Places To Study That Are Better Than The Campus Library, on the site The Campus Companion 7 months, 1 week ago
Studying in the library is great. The problem is that because it’s a great place to study, so many people go there. It gets crowded quick, especially on Sunday’s when everyone is a hung-over mess and working […]
Dan wrote a new post, Top Halloween Costume Ideas For College Guys In 2012, on the site The Campus Companion Party Lab 7 months, 2 weeks ago
‘Tis the season to get belligerent and dress up as outrageously as possible. Ah yes, All Hallow’s Eve is quickly coming upon us. I failed to put in the time and effort on Halloween the last few years. Thus, I was […]
Dan wrote a new post, Boosted Boards: A Convenient And Eco-Friendly Mode Of Transportation, on the site The Campus Companion 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Whether you own a car or not, alternative modes of transportation are important for a variety of reasons. They can be cheaper, better for the environment and more effective depending on where you’re […]
Some call it the rental economy–some call it the sharing economy. It all means the same thing. We’re […]
Dan wrote a new post, The Fear Of Being Left Out: Why Everyone Wants To Go To College, on the site The Campus Companion 8 months ago
There’s been a lot of speculation as to whether or not college is worth the money, and rightfully so. People are straddled with tens of thousands in debt after they “do their time”, but have little luck paying […]
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