How to Find More Cash for School – 9 Financial Aid Options

As an undergrad, I financed my way through college with grants and student loans – but there was a time when I didn’t have enough money for basic living expenses. Sure, I had a place to live on campus, but I didn’t have much money for anything … [Read more]

How to Sleep Amazingly Well – And Wake Up Refreshed

Now that final exams are almost here - and term papers need to get turned in - its time to make sure youre getting enough rest. You see, proper rest is vital to keeping your brain functioning to its full potential. Quality sleep is also important so … [Read more]

How to Study Smarter, Not Harder

Dartmouth published a paper discussing ways for students to improve their memory as they study. These tips will help any student study smarter, not harder. Here are some of our favorite study tips: Recite As You Study Recitation should first take … [Read more]

5 ways how nutrition unexpectedly influences your productivity

You might think your productivity is down to being disciplined and following the advice in self-help books. The thing is, there are a lot more things that can influence your productivity than that. For example, our environment can play a huge role … [Read more]

What Stephen King Can Teach You About Writing Essays

Stephen King wrote an autobiography called On Writing back in 2000. In the book, King recounts his various experiences as a writer along with his strategies for creative writing and plot development. Anyway, we found a great list of writing tips … [Read more]

8 Unconventional Student Research Projects

As the Fall semester approaches, its time to start thinking of potential research projects to focus on this year. Here are some unconventional student research projects to get your creative mind going . . . 1. Crickets Playing Pac Man Grad … [Read more]

Where Do You Nap on Campus?

Ive been a sleep-deprived college student for over 7 years, and Ive had to take my share of naps on campus. As an undergrad, Ive napped all over the Charles E. Young Research Library. I usually tried to find a spot far from the air conditioning … [Read more]

How Blogging Can Help You Learn And Grow

Photo by Andrew Neel on Unsplash The number of people blogging in The United States is set to increase to 31.7 million by 2020 which is an increase of 4.3 million since 2014 providing bloggers with a potentially huge audience for their sites. While … [Read more]

How to Build a Strong Network on LinkedIn (While Still in College)

LinkedIn can help you get into your dream job after college by helping you find and network with professionals who work in career fields youre interested in. You see, the stronger your network, the more reach youll have to connect with others at key … [Read more]

5 Ways Students Can Sabotage Their LinkedIn Profile

Getting a great job after you graduate college is difficult especially when your resume is competing against hundreds or thousands of others. This is why you need to create an optimized LinkedIn profile while in college and begin building … [Read more]