Throwback Break: The Sleepover

Lets have a moment and #tbt to Becky’s 12th birthday party. Becky’s parents were the coolest – they would always let her have friends sleepover. But on her 12th birthday, you and your squad had the best night of your prepubescent lives (see image below). Whether Becky is still in your squad or not, she will Read More…

4 Skills to Learn This Winter Break

Winter break, a month that all college students look forward to after a long semester of classes, finals, and not enough sleep. If you’re not careful though, winter break can turn into four long weeks of you sitting bored at home–you might even find yourself wishing you were back on campus! To avoid this, try Read More…

5 Classics You Should Read During Winter Break

As any new freshman can tell you, the rigorous studying and reading that comes with starting college can take time away from other leisure activities that you may enjoy. It’s a shock to the system for sure, which is why this winter break you should focus on savoring what you’ve been missing out on this Read More…

Go Ahead, Be That Annoying Person With A Camera This Break

How can a “boring” break become fun? It’s spring break. As you scroll through your Instagram feed and like post after post of everybody vacationing in Aruba and hiking in Yosemite, while you lay on your couch at your house in the suburbs, you may feel that you’re not having the crazy college spring break that you’ve dreamed of. Read More…

Snowboarding in a Michigan Wonderland

Coming from only a two-week vacation break in high school, the month-long hiatus between the Fall and Spring semesters opened up many doors for the opportunities I could take over Winter break. The best break idea out there is definitely hitting the slopes. Every Winter my family and I take a snowboarding trip anywhere across Read More…

Escape to an Ideal Winter Break Destination: Squaw Valley

  As an incoming freshman, I would hope you already know about Wisconsin’s horrendous winters, headlined by dangerously cold temperatures and varying amounts of snow. It can ultimately lead to a winter inside, but who wants to spend their entire winter break indoors? If you’re going to be stuck in Wisconsin winter’s for the next couple Read More…