Every year, students go to college with several thousands of dollars worth of electronics and other personal property. Here are 5 anti-theft tips.
Enjoy The HBCU Lifestyle
Are you a student at a historically black college or university? You are not alone: approximately 300,000 students are enrolled at HBCUs across the United States, and they all want to find classes, sports, activities, and internships that will help them prepare for life after graduation.
Every HBCU student wants to have an amazing college experience, and HBCU Lifestyle has the tools, tips, and resources that will help you embrace college life. Whether you’re looking for articles about the HBCU experience, Greek life, or career planning, HBCU Lifestyle will give you the information that you need to enjoy your time as a college student.
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STEM conferences provide opportunities for you to present your research, participate in competitions, attend workshops and expand your network.
The concept of sharing space is different for everyone. Here are tips to help you weight the pros and cons of living on-campus versus renting an apartment.
Interested in reading faster? Speed reading is a skill that can dramatically increase your learning ability. Learn the basics by reading this article.
We’ve put together a list of fun and practical ways to improve your college experience to help ensure you get the most out of every day you spend on campus!
In a troubled economy, it’s the lower and middle classes that suffer the most. Currently 7.7 percent of the US adult population is looking for work and unable to find it — and that’s not even counting those who’ve given up. It can be frustrating, especially considering how you’re probably following the surefire job search […]
Every student will have to take a science, technology, engineering or mathematics course in their academic career. Read these success tips for STEM courses.
Every Black Greek is expected to be a leader. Let’s look at how your peers can tell you are representing your fraternity or sorority well.