Back-to-School, College Life

The Back-to-School Turn Up Gets Real With #IfHogwartsWasAnHBCU

We’re officially obsessed with the newest Black Twitter hashtag trend #IfHogwartsWasAnHBCU. These. Tweets. Are. Life. ICYMI, peep some of our favorites below: #IfHogwartsWasAnHBCU Hermione woulda looked like this pic.twitter.com/g5HymbvgdU — M Haynes (@The_Ratchedemic) August 2, 2015 #IfHogwartsWasAnHBCU the Greek system would replace Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff! Lol — Kimberly Jackson (@bugsboom) August 4, 2015 […]

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College Life

Drama-Free Zone: 13 Ways to Get Along With Your College Roommate

Think the hardest part about college will be writing 15 -page essays and combatting homesickness? Think again. Your roommate situation — whether you’re besties or not — can also have a huge affect on your college experience.  If you had your way, your roommate would be a glorified version of yourself who’d stand by your side forever. But […]

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College Life

5 Smart Ways to Choose the Best College for You

After  a solid 12 years of hard studying , you’re probably ready to pack up and head off to the best four years of your life. But before you do, check out these quick tips to make sure you choose the college or university that fits your goals and needs. Keep Your Budget In Mind […]

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College Life

How to Balance School and Work While in College

By now, you’ve designed the perfect dorm room, figured out a beauty routine, and aced your first assignments. Learning how to keep your pockets full, however, hasn’t been as easy. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Check out the tips below and you’ll see how balancing your studies and a side-hustle can work for you. Search […]

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College Life

Roommate Rivalry: 4 Tips to Keepin’ the Peace

If life were like a rerun of A Different World, soon after meeting, you and your new college roommate would become lifelong BFFs. You’d help each other survive all-nighters, comfort each other with ice cream during hard times, and be the godmother to the other’s firstborn. While this can definitely happen, the opposite is sometimes true, […]

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