Here’s What you can do while you wait for College Decisions

Hey ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time of year.  And no, I don’t mean the holidays, it’s ED/EA decision  season, and it’s brutal.  Whats worse than writing those apps? Worse than revising the common app essay for the 2923th time? Waiting.  Here are some  things you can do to take your mind off the inevitable, […]


All the Organizations Matching Your Donation This #GivingTuesday

Happy #GivingTuesday! Whether you can give $1 or $10, everything counts, and if you can’t make a donation today, you can always spread the great news about #GivingTuesday!  The best part is that in the spirit of Giving Tuesday, lots of organizations  will match your donation, so you make double the impact.  We went ahead […]


Top 10 Ways to Beat Procrastination and Boost Productivity

Beating procrastination can be hard with the ever growing number of distractions. Here are our top 10 ways to get motivated, and beat procrastination! 1) Turn off your phone. Do it. And don’t tell me you only have it to “check the time”.  You’re only lying to yourself. 2) Block your favorite websites. The days […]


Advice for Pre-Med Students

Mounika Ponakala graduated this past May on the pre-med track with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, and a concentration in Neuroscience.  She is currently in graduate school for biomedical sciences (which you can read about here), and plans to go on to medical school to become a neurologist.  Here we interviewed her about her […]


All About Georgia Tech: Sororities, Application, and More!!

Tanvi Dange is a freshman at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she is studying Business Administration- marketing.   When she isn’t in class, she can be found studying in the culc cluft, hanging out in the Alpha Chi Omega sorority house, or eating sesame fries or chili queso at her favorite Korean-Mexican fusion restaurant, Takorea […]


The College Application Process as told by The Office

Applying to college is an overwhelming, stress-inducing monster.  During said College Application Process,  you can expect the Common App website to become your most viewed page, followed closely by YouTube as you scour the web for clips of puppies playing with babies to calm your nerves.  Here are the stages of applying as told by the lovable […]

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Day in the Life of a College Student at Williams College

Peter Le is a freshman at Williams College where he is interested in the social sciences, specifically political economy, statistics, and sociology. When he’s not in class, Peter can be found at the Vietnamese student association, or singing in one of Williams’s co-ed acapella groups, The Aristocals.  He enjoys 30 rock, Veep, and eating hummus w/ […]


A Day in the Life of a University of Pittsburgh Student

Best restaurant near Pitt: Prince of India and also Lotsa Pizza (make-your-own pizza bar) Best study spot: Quiet study at Hillman library, third floor reading room, there’s a great view of the cathedral of learning.   Hannah Woodruff is an English Writing/Business Marketing major ( considering a minor in literature or a certificate in public […]


Top 10 Ways to Make Money Quickly in College

So you checked your bank account, and you not only have no money, you actually owe some (Thanks a lot, Amazon Prime)?  From books, to dorm essentials, to actual tuition, college is expensive!  Here’s a list of ways you can make money, so you can have your cake and eat it too. 1) Become a […]


A Day in the Life of a Swimmer at Wellesley College

Beth Nicholoson is a freshman at Wellesley College, a liberal arts college for women located in Wellesley, Massachusetts .  She is a on the swim team and enjoys math and sociology.  When she’s not doing the backstroke , or solving equations, Beth can be found  teasing her roommate, in good spirits, of course- here’s A […]