Actual Dorm Room Essentials

Whether you’re a incoming Freshman or an upcoming Senior, packing for college is usually pretty self-explanatory.  We all know we need bedding, hangers, lamps, pictures, etc, but what about the stuff that really matters?  Below is a list of the actual essentials you’ll need this year that’ll make your dorm
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One L by Scott Turow

I suppose I should begin this post with an apology seeing that I’ve been promising to write about One L by Scott Turow since November of last year.  Having finally picked back up the book before leaving for Boston last week, I started back to page one and read from cover
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Studying for Finals

Summer.  It’s on the minds of everyone as we begin to plan our exit strategies saying goodbye to the classroom and hello to the pool.  While only a few more weeks lie in between the one time of the year when we aren’t obligated to do anything (except sleep in),
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Hitting The Pause Button

As many of you know, I decided to hit the pause button on my fourth semester at George Washington University in order to take a step back from my current situation, reevaluate my decisions, and make a pivot in regards to what I wanted to get out of college.  While
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JP Crickets Giveaway

Mark your calendars! We’re hosting a giveaway tomorrow with the luxe collegiate slipper manufacturer, JP Crickets, in honor of game-day Saturday. JP Crickets was founded in 2012 with the purpose of providing high quality slippers to university students as well as their devoted alumni.  Produced by hand in Southern Italy
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Owning Your College Experience

Throughout this past summer, I began to develop the idea that the college I currently attended was no longer the right fit for me.  After many restless nights filled with insomnia and worry, I decided to talk to my parents about the conclusion I had recently come to. With the summer
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Once You Go Mac, You Never Go Back

Finally….the much anticipated Mac Post.  I wanted to approach this subject in an easy and informal manner.  After reaching out to a few of my readers as well as reviewing previous comments, I put together a list of questions and answers about my computer.  Here we go: Q:  What kind
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Freshman Year

Whether you attend a college thirty minutes away from home or one that is half way across the country, adjusting to your first year on campus can be difficult, daunting, and overwhelming.  Though you may feel completely lost during the first month or two of school, you will make friends
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