Monthly Archives: January 2020

Switch Up Your Routine with these 5 Fun Fitness Classes at Rutgers University 

Whether you’re new to the fitness scene or consider yourself a gym rat, it’s easy to get stuck repeating the same workout routine over and over and over. Seriously, is anything more intimidating than trying out a new exercise when you have no idea if you’re doing it right? Yeah, we thought not.

While literally any exercise is better than no exercise, doing the same thing over and over can get boring. Check out our list of fitness classes to try at Rutgers University (and we highly recommend getting fitness from these, rather than from running around New Brunswick looking for Rutgers off-campus housing … we can help with that part) that will keep you from falling into a workout rut.

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Treat Yosef: 5 Best Places to Grab a Coffee near App State

What is the one thing that will get you through your next semester at App State University? Is it getting enough sleep? A balanced diet? Doing all the assigned readings? While those are all good guesses, the answer is actually drinking your body weight in coffee.

Okay, drinking a ton of coffee isn’t the answer to all the problems you’ll encounter in college … but it will definitely help get you through a few all-nighters. And we’re going to spill the beans on the top 5 best spots near App State to grab a coffee … or six.

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5 Extracurriculars At Frostburg State That Will Look Good On A Resume

Look, we get it – being a college student isn’t always easy. But, do you know what also isn’t easy? Trying to land a job after you graduate without having anything to put on your resume other than your name and GPA. Raise your hand if you feel a little attacked. Continue reading

20 Things Every UK Student Needs To Do Before Graduation

We don’t know who needs to hear this, but you need to start making the most of your time at the University of Kentucky. You know that old saying “Time flies when you’re having fun”? Well, it also flies when you’re cramming for finals, writing papers, and doing literally all the work for a “group” project.

Whether you’re a Wildcat graduating from UK this semester or in a few years, the last thing that you’ll want to have happen during Troy Bolton’s graduation speech is realize that you don’t have any great (sober) memories from your time at UK.

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