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Top Tips when House Hunting for the First Time

February 13, 2019, by Alina Top Tips when House Hunting for the First Time Whether you’re excited to leave halls for the first time or if you feel you didn’t make the best of decisions when house hunting this year round, here are some t...

Quick and Easy Meals Any Student Can Make

Between classes, work, and your social life, eating quality home-made meals can be tough. There are, however, many inexpensive meals that you can make in no time that taste just as good as a meal out. Being a student can be tough and gettin...

How to Survive Residence Life as a Party Hamster

I admit it—I’m a party animal. But the animal in questions happens to be a…hamster. “I’m a Party Hamster.” That right there has always been my response when asked by my actual party animal friends why I’d like to be in bed by ...

A Student’s Guide To Grocery Shopping

Do you love food? I mean, do you really love food? Enough to go down the rabbit hole and watch back-to-back overhead flat lay cooking videos on Facebook? For hours on end? You know the ones I’m talking about … the ones with the beautif...

Healthy Eating On A Budget

April 12, 2018, by Shweta Healthy Eating On A Budget A few months ago, I wrote a post about how to save money and still enjoy yourself at university. A few weeks ago, I wrote another about travelling on a student budget. The take home messa...

I’m Not Going to Law School Because I’m Not Full of Shit

 I studied legal philosophy in my undergrad. Here’s why I’m not going to law school. People often describe me as an “extreme person.” Being a hypochondriac, a slight pelvic pain is enough to send me down the rabbit hole of Wiki pa...

2017 Education Research Highlights

Every year, we hope, researchers gain new insights into what works in the classroom—and what doesn’t. In 2017, a group of scientists made the case for why social and emotional learning is essential in schools. We learned that negative s...


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