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100 Things to Watch in 2014

100 Things to Watch in 2014

There are a lot of things on this list that I’ve been watching for a little while now, and have definitely thought are going to gain ground in 2014. I’ve been talking about  Equal Rights for Men for a while now, and for the most part I’ve been greeted by a lot of derision, especially […]

The United States... That Could Have Been

The United States… That Could Have Been

I found this map on Laughing Squid, and subsequently visited the author’s personal website to get more information Essentially this map documents a number of US States that could have come into existence as the result of State Partition Proposals. I imagine that if all of these states had existed I probably would have chosen […]

Make Your Music Portable with a Bose SoundLink Mini

Make Your Music Portable with a Bose SoundLink Mini

There are few better investments than a small portable Bose sound system. As described by Bose,”Enjoy your music on the go, everywhere you go. The SoundLink® Mini Bluetooth speaker delivers full, natural sound from an ultra-compact speaker that fits in the palm of your hand. It connects wirelessly to your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth device, so you can […]

The Spring Break Conundrum

The Spring Break Conundrum

Even though winter seems like a never-ending, snowpocalyptic abyss right now, Spring Break is right around the corner! Is your Spring Break planned out? Okay…me neither. But luckily, college students like us have OPTIONS. From visiting family at home and catching up on Netflix to jetting off Cancun, there’s so much out there for all […]

Freshman Experiences: From Campus Campaigning to the Inauguration

Freshman Experiences: From Campus Campaigning to the Inauguration

What’s the typical stereotype for all college students, no matter the college? We’re all activists. We fight for those obscure causes that still mean the world to us. The 2012 election was no exception to this rule. With Presidential debates dotted across college campuses around the US, students became actively engaged in the American political process. While some took to the streets to canvas for their candidate, I took a few steps back to watch the flurry of activity that erupted throughout my college campus. Here’s my experience from watching campus campaigning from the sidelines to witnessing the 2nd Inauguration of President Obama:

5 Things College Students Forget About the Real World

5 Things College Students Forget About the Real World

You’ve heard it time and time again–college is a bubble. Yet nothing drives this point home more than all of the insane, bat-shit crazy things college students do that really makes you wonder if they’re real people. From bad manners to blatant acts of stupidity, here are some of the greatest hits of things college students forget about the real world: