It’s May, which means that school is coming to an end, graduation is around the corner and that special day to celebrate your mother is this weekend.
Even though you should honor your mother every day, Mother's Day is on May 12, so if you haven’t bought a gift yet, you are in major crunch time.
In times of need like this one, there are trusty DIY presents that your mom will surely love. The best thing about a DIY gift is that even though it isn’t bought in a store, it shows that you put extra thought into it and that it came from the heart.
Are you having doubts about your relationship? Are you feeling left out of the loop because your friends are gossiping about having a summer fling?
No relationship is perfect -- there will always be ups and downs -- but if you’re having doubts about whether you should stick with the person you’re dating, then obviously something is missing in the relationship.
When taking on a career in a big city, you learn quickly it’s all about compromises when it comes to achieving your goals.
No greater compromise exists in the world than life of a commuter. The ups and downs of becoming a commuter are plentiful, but knowing what lays ahead of you on the road map to commuter life is crucial and important when making that decision to go full-time transporter.
It’s May, which means that you’re closer to ending school and getting ready for a great summer!
This Sunday is May 5, otherwise known as Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo marks the anniversary of the Mexican Army’s victory over France in 1862 at the Battle of Puebla. On Cinco de Mayo, there’s tons of parties, parades and amazing food. We’ve gathered five fantastic tips to make you have a great Cinco de Mayo!
Nowadays, just about every “has-been” or D-List celebrity has their own reality TV show. Joining this circle is 28-year-old Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte on his new show “What would Ryan Lochte Do?” on E!
I find this unusual since Lochte is at the height of his career. Why would he need/have time for a reality show? He isn’t retired yet -- not even close since he is already training for the 2016 games in Rio.
We at U Chic have teamed up with Whisper, your ultimate resource for sharing your college secrets, for a giveaway of our latest book, "Diploma Diaries."
To win a copy of the book, all you have to do is comment on the photo of the book on Whisper's Facebook pages and answer the question: "Where will you be five years after graduation?" U Chic's Editorial Board will pick the top 10 responses to win copies of "Diploma Diaries." Read more inside!
Summertime is amazing because you have all the free time in the world, you are not worrying about when your next paper is due and you are just enjoying the hot summer air.
With summer, though, comes a chasm. You can change so much in a summer, especially in college. There are so many things to do and your newfound friends aren’t going to be right next to you every step of the way.
Luckily, there are many ways to keep in touch with your college friends over summer break -- no matter the distance!