Jan
12

The (Not So) Miserable January Term and Some Relationship and Financial Advice

If you’re one of those really lucky students who does not start classes until February, skip over this paragraph. If you are one of the unlucky ones who is already back in session, suffering through your classes than Uloop  has a different way of looking at your return to classes. So, stop thinking about all the friends having fun at home and check out the benefits of the J-term here. Roommate issues, anybody Are you dealing with a roommate that doesn’t respect you? Is he or she … [Read more...]

Nov
21

Class Essentials: What’s in your bag?

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  The amount of stuff you need to cram into your school bag depends on a variety of factors, including how many classes you have scheduled each day, the amount of time you spend studying between classes, and even your major. Before you get to school, it's impossible to figure out which bag will carry everything you need.  But in order to get an idea, let’s take a look inside the average student’s bag to see the necessities that every student must have with them. Pencils and … [Read more...]

Nov
08

Where to Now? Finding the Best College for You

Finding the right college is difficult.  But four or five years from now, when you’re about to receive your degree, you don’t want to look back on your college experience with regret. You don't want to wish that you had put a little more effort into finding the perfect fit for you. Hindsight is 20/20.  So, here are the tips I wish I'd had as a high school senior.  Information that might have helped me find the absolute best college experience. -Be realistic about what schools … [Read more...]