5 Holy-Grail Study Tips

  College exams are not a walk in the park! Don’t be fooled. Take my word…I thought the transition from high school to college wasn’t going to be bad but boy was I wrong. Here are my 5 Holy-Grail Study Tips Don’t procrastinate: This is a lot easier said than done but in the long run Read More…

Adulting can be hard. It can be even harder when you’re hours and miles away from your parents. You may glide through college with ease at first, but when you decide to actually apply for a new job on campus, or an internship, you’ll realize you don’t own a single business casual or business professional Read More…

Bing. Bang-O. Bucks.

Have you ever wondered how to get the best bang for your buck as a college student? It’s easy – attend a Milwaukee Bucks basketball game! As many of us already know, sports are the greatest American past time. We Play Sports. We Watch Sports. We Talk About Sports . . . A Lot Some people, Read More…

It’s Adventure Time, People!

Within your first few days of being at UW-Madison, you will immediately notice a noisy, highly-active nightlife, and as exciting and entertaining as that environment may be, nights out in Madison can be equally as intimidating and overwhelming. Some people are built for a wild night on the town, I, however, am not. Now before 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…

Never Be Board Again With These Games…

During your time in college you will experience pressure to “go out,” but what most students don’t realize is that you can have just as much fun, if not more fun, right there at home. “Hold up, you are telling me what now?”       I know what you are thinking: “you’ve got to 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…