Nov
26

3 Things we are Thankful for at RHL.com

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At RHL.org, Residence Hall Linens, we do not just supply students with dorm room bedding and bath sets; we pride ourselves on being a part of our customer’s college life. We focus our dorm room lines on being trendy, comfortable, and organized so that they are a great value to our customers. We are always thankful for our customers, but this year, here are 3 things we are especially thankful for:  1.  New Designs  We are thankful for the wonderful new designs we are able to … [Read more...]

Oct
30

The New Way to Establish Yourself as an Expert in College

Earlier last week I was having a phone chat with my cousin who's currently a sophomore in college. Clubs, organizations, secret societies, all were at his fingertips and he was worrying over which to try out for. However, by the end of our discussion, we were at a different conclusion. My cousin realized starting a blog might be the solution, and in this post I'd like to explain why. College is a microcosm of the rat-race the work world has long since been. Each student claims to be an … [Read more...]

Sep
06

Does the Ideal Student Exist?: Part Two

Is there such a thing as the “ideal” student? In our last blog, we told you we thought you’d like to hear professor’s opinions to help you gain insight from their unique perspective: what kinds of attitudes and behaviors do they react positively to in a real life academic scenario? RHL.org posed a few questions to two distinguished professors, one relatively newer, and one more tenured. The revealing answers of the former were presented in our last blog; today, in the second of this … [Read more...]

Sep
05

Does the Ideal Student Exist?: Part One

Is there such a thing as the “ideal” student? We thought you’d like to hear professor’s opinions to help you gain insight from their unique perspective: what kinds of attitudes and behaviors do they react positively to in a real life academic scenario? RHL.org posed a few questions to two distinguished professors, one relatively newer, and one more tenured, and received some very insightful answers. In this two-part series we’ll feature our chat with the former. RHL: Does the … [Read more...]

Aug
31

You and Your Resident Assistant

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Now that you’ve moved in to your dorm,  it’s a perfect time to talk about your Resident Assistant. If all has gone according to schedule, you, and perhaps your parents, have already had the chance to at least meet and chat with him or her briefly and learned a bit about each other. But things move at such a clip post orientation, it may all seem like a blur.  So let’s go over the RA’s function and some of the things they are and are not responsible for. Please note that this is a basic … [Read more...]

Aug
28

The Importance of a Comfortable Study Environment

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Study groups, the library, the cafeteria, the student center, a park bench...there are tons of places to study. But the place where most students end up cramming is right inside their dorm. Whether it be at a desk, on the bed, or propped up against a reading pillow, most students find they get the bulk of their studying done at home. If late night study session are your preference, it’s important to coordinate with your roommate and negotiate some boundaries so you can avoid disturbing each … [Read more...]

Aug
26

Work and School: Strive for Balance

As you settle in at school, you might start thinking about it: what to do for some extra money- or even money to pay your way through school. And for most students, that, of course, means getting a job. To save yourself the aggravation of pursuing a path that is not harmonious with your busy schedule and skill set, it’s a good idea to think about what type of work you are best suited for as well as the conditions in your local job market BEFORE you begin your search. There are many … [Read more...]