Moving Tips for College Grads

Four years of college have passed in the blink of an eye and suddenly your undergrad journey closes as you walk across the stage, throw your cap in the air, and say “I did it!” If you had a dollar for every time someone asked you your plans after graduation, you would not be frantically […]

How to Decorate Your Graduation Cap

Decorating your graduation cap is your big shot at one last statement before the real world begins. Whether the design you choose is humorous, whimsical, matter-of-fact or simply colorful, it’s a fun project that can be done on a budget. Follow these steps to make one of two designs–a Pixar “UP”-themed graduation cap, or a nautical […]

5 Types of Roommates

Say goodbye to the comforts of your childhood home and hello to the confines of college living. Whether you are moving into a snug dorm room or an on-campus apartment, it is likely you’ll have a roommate to share it with– for better or worse. Here is a list of 5 types of roommates that you […]

What to Expect on College Move-Out

The college years come with so many descriptors: life-changing, fun, wild, challenging, with perhaps a few disappointments or unexpected twists thrown in for good measure. But carrying out a successful successful college move-out process might bring even more surprises–so follow these notes on what to expect when it’s time to move out of your dorm […]

Project Yellow Light Winner: Sam Senser

My name is Sam Senser, and I am the 2015 Project Yellow Light scholarship winner. It was the spring of 2014 when I, my friend Jake, and my brother Wrenn created the PSA that would eventually take me all the way to New York City. It was an experience I’ll never forget. While winning prizes […]

Moving to College Station

Judging by the name, it’s not hard to guess that College Station is a college town, but whether you’re a student or not it’s a great place to live! That being said, there are always things you need to consider before planning a move. What month has the best weather to move in? What’s the […]

10 College Football Rivalries in November

November is known for that special time of year to be thankful and let’s face it, eat a lot of turkeys.  In many families, there is an activity that goes hand and hand with Thanksgiving and that is football.  College football rivalries are some of the most passionate out there and are grounded in history […]

Living with Multiple Roommates

Living with multiple roommates is not easy. Trust me, I have three. There are many reasons why you may be living with a larger number of people. Whether you’ve chosen this path for financial reasons or just wanted to live with more of your friends, here are some tips to help you survive living with […]

Meals for College Students: Protein Chex

If you’ve recently moved to college, you know that trying to eat healthy on campus is no easy task. Let’s be honest, finding decent meals for college students is nearly impossible! If you’re like me and want to avoid your school cafeteria as much as possible, our easy meals for college students, such as this Protein-Packed […]

25 Tailgating Hacks You Need To Know

Tailgating is a staple at almost every sporting event from NASCAR racing to college football games.  What better reason to bring family and friends together than a sporting event? During this time of year, some of the biggest sports fans come out to support their teams and some people come out just to enjoy all […]

The Official College Tailgating Checklist

Be the official college tailgating master by following our game day ready checklist! Planning your tailgate party is an overwhelming task, however, with our game day ready checklist, we are here to ensure you throw a successful tailgating extravaganza. Use the list below as a guideline for all of your college tailgating party preparations. Everything you see is divided […]

What to do as a College Sophomore

Sophomore year is definitely a transition year. This is the time to solidify who you are as an individual. You are no longer a freshman just starting to figure things out and getting comfortable in your own skin and you aren’t an upperclassman yet who is expected to be on their right path already. Trying to […]