Going to college in today’s competitive and fast-paced society can feel a lot like taking on the world… the demon world to be specific.
According to a small study from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the effects of poor sleep can result in academic failures — poor grades, withdrawal from class, etc. — equal to that of students who binge drink or use marijuana.
It’s never too early to start planning your wardrobe when classes start back up.
The Atlantic ran an opinion piece Wednesday (July 2) entitled, “Why College Students Need A Class in Dating.” While it’s normal for older generations to complain about younger generations, it is surprising to see these types of thoughts being expressed.
Animal lovers, prepare to be jealous. While typical perks at a college or university include free laundry, on-campus gyms and constant campus security, some schools (read: more prestigious schools) have gone far outside of the box.
A gender studies professor at Arizona State University has taken extra credit far outside the box.
Fashion doesn't always have to break the bank.
There’s one group that may have the real ‘gift of the gadget’ and it’s probably the last age group one would ever suspect — preschoolers.
For students in communications, journalism or writing it is crucial to be able to show off your work in one attractive (and concise) place.
From the looks of her recent appearance on HuffPost Live, Belle Knox, the freshman at Duke University who has become known as the “Duke Porn Star,” is bracing for a continued media storm.
Instead of worrying about graduation and living in fear of staying unemployed, funnel all of your energy into getting some impressive clips from these five publications.
A racial incident is very much on the minds of students at the UCLA School of Law. An aggressive reaction to a student-produced video, called “33”, which challenged the school’s lack of people of color, is at the center of the controversy.
Fraternities, by inception, are intended as sources of brotherhood, unity and service to others. However, throughout the years fraternities have made the news for a radically different reason - racism.