College Relationships: Why They Really Can Work

  It is a common idea among this generation that relationships present more negatives in our lives rather than positives. A relationships prevents you from “doing you”- a common saying that encompasses the idea that we need to spend our adolescent and young adult years focusing on ourselves rather than on somebody else. Relationships prevent

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Sanity Savers: Keep Busy During the Summer

Making sure you stay sane for the last few weeks until school can be difficult. School is almost here and you will have plenty of time to get involved and go to class in a little while. Until then here are some things you can do to keep busy: 1. See Your High School Friends:

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5 Tips to Keep Your Mind Active to School

It might be tempting to spend the next few weeks sleeping late, watching movies and staying in pajamas for days at a time, but that will make getting back into the swing of things in late August that much harder! When you let your mind relax for too long, no matter how good it feels

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Sorority Savvy: Spend Summertime with Sisters

  Your sorority sisters can be a family away from home, acting as a personal support system. But with everyone going their separate ways over the summer, it can be easy for the daily contact you’ve had over the school year to dwindle. Here are some ways to get back in touch before the new

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College Prep: 8 Tasks to Accomplish this Summer

By Natalie Mayer Half way through summer and if you’re anything like me, you have been counting down the days until college.  But instead of wishing your summer away, here is a list of tasks to make sure you’ve done in time before the big move in day comes up! 1.     Learn the basic survival

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3 Tricks to to Stay on Track During a Gap Year

The term “Gap Year” refers to people (at any age) whom want to take a year off from schooling. During “Gap Year,” people can travel the world, work fulltime, or virtually do anything that they want for a ‘year.’ In the United States, some people participate in Gap Year, but it’s more prominent in European

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7 Ways to Unwind for the Summer After A Hectic School Year

You’ve spent many nights cramming for exams, worked on group projects and papers, and have finally completed your final exams. While most of us are relieved that the school year is finally over, some of us have forgotten what it feels like to relax for the summer. Here are seven ways to unwind for the

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Freshman Year of College Prep: Get in Gear Right Now

The transition from high school to college is huge, but you don’t need anyone to tell you that much. While the big move to a new campus and leaving family behind seem like the most obvious changes you’re bound to face, it’s the little changes you’ll really have to get used to: making sure you

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Keep Up With Sorority Sisters This Summer: Our Top Tips

  As a member of a sorority, you are constantly surrounded by supportive and inspiring women. Your sisters can become your closest friends. Now it’s finally summer, and everyone is heading off on their own adventures. It can be a challenge to go from seeing your sisters all the time to barely seeing them at

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8 Great Apps to Create Your Soundtrack to Summer

  It is finally, finally summer. The best season, am I right? Summer means long days and even longer nights. It’s hanging out with friends and riding around with the windows down. Of course, music is needed to make these moments spectacular. Some of the best music comes out in the summer. Summer and music

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