How Colors Effect Learning

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Take a look around you. What colors do you see? If you are reading this article in a public space, it is likely that the colors around you have been carefully selected to elicit a very specific response from you. Continue Reading

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5 Safety Tips for College Drinking

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Animal House, Revenge of the Nerds, Old School—most college films share at least one scene where the characters have a fabulous party with fantastic music, a full house, and flowing alcohol. It’s such a common film trope that it’s hard Continue Reading

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Learning to Live Together-Tips for Sharing Space with Roommates

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College is an exciting time, you are learning, you are meeting new people and, for some of us, that means sharing our space with a roommate. While some of us are used to living in close quarters with other people, Continue Reading

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Dorm Room Essentials

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Outfitting your Home Away From Home Taking off for college is an exciting time. For many students that means living on your own for the first time and, of course, outfitting your home away from home. While your priority is Continue Reading

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How We Learn to Think

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Whether you are just starting out on your academic journey, midway through, or about to embark on your final few classes before graduation, one thing is certain: you will cognitively push yourself to the limit. As a student, learning is Continue Reading

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9 Tips for Reaching a 4.0 as a College Freshman

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When you head off to college, you know that you’re leaving behind family and friends. But you’re also going to need to leave behind all the habits and distractions that can keep you from maxing out your GPA. While your Continue Reading

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5 Items College Students Should Request in Their Parent Care Packages

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Your freshman year in college will provide many opportunities for you to learn, grow, and experience life as an adult for the first time. But there are some things, maybe even your favorite things, you just won’t be able to Continue Reading

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No, All the Cool Kids Aren’t Doing It: How to Avoid the Peer Pressure of College Partying

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Freshman year in college is a magical time in life where you finally shed the often over-protective supervision of parents and strike out into the world on your own. You might imagine college as being the way it is portrayed Continue Reading

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Should College Students Participate in Extracurricular Activities or Focus on Degree Work

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For the past 12 years, you’ve had it drilled into your head how important good grades are and that you need to focus on your schoolwork. But what if I told you that activities OUTSIDE of academics were just as Continue Reading

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How to Create a College Study Schedule

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While going to school and learning is second nature to most students graduating high school, there are many new things about college life that can make even the most studious learners feel overwhelmed with their school coursework. To manage the Continue Reading

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