What to Expect in Your First Year at Syracuse

This entry was posted by admin on June 23rd, 2016

  You may be feeling a bit insecure, excited, nervous or a combination of all three as your first year at Syracuse University this fall is getting closer. These feelings are completely normal and expected. Attending a new school, whether it is close to home or hundreds of miles away, is a new experience filled […]

Having fun in Syracuse on a Budget

This entry was posted by admin on June 23rd, 2016

    Are you looking to have some fun while attending Syracuse University but still get the most bang for your buck without breaking the bank? Learn how you can stretch your pennies without giving up on fun. Of course your number one priority at Syracuse University is to excel in your classes, but there […]

Getting a Part-Time Job at Syracuse

This entry was posted by admin on June 21st, 2016

  If you are like many of the students on campus, paying for school does not come easy. On top of that, trying to find a job that works with balancing your school schedule can be a bit overwhelming. Stay with us as we unlock some potential opportunities right here on campus that could be […]

How to Avoid Breaking the Bank On Your College Textbooks

This entry was posted by admin on June 9th, 2016

  In high school you’re used to checking out school copies of textbooks. They usually have scribbled notes inside them, and maybe a pornographic drawing or two, but they get the job done. Best of all? They don’t cost a penny. In college, however, you’re responsible for your own textbooks. Some professors don’t make you […]

3 Ways College Freshman Can Better Connect with Their Professors

This entry was posted by admin on June 7th, 2016

    Teachers and professors are similar yet different. Imagine two animals with the same genus, but they’re from wildly different species – that’s the best way to describe the difference between these two educational positions. For one, high school teachers (and those from any other grade) have a commitment to personalized education and student […]

Styling Your Apartment When You’ve Got a Roommate

This entry was posted by admin on June 2nd, 2016

  If you had a room of your own when you were living with your parents, you’re likely used to getting your own way when it comes to decorating. Boy band posters or Sports Illustrated centerfolds on the walls, with rugs, trinkets or other accessories suiting your style and taste strewn around the room. Your […]

Staying Safe at Parties: 3 Tips to See You Home Safely

This entry was posted by admin on May 30th, 2016

  If you’re a freshman, sometimes even a sophomore, then you likely shouldn’t be drinking. The legal drinking age is 21 in the United States, and Syracuse University and the Syracuse PD have strict enforcement policies in regards to this rule. Underage drinking can lead to expulsion from the University and legal charges brought against […]

Up Your Study Game without Sacrificing Your Social Life

This entry was posted by admin on May 26th, 2016

  College is a time to have fun with friends, right? You’ve seen it in all of those college movies and TV shows – partying, experiencing romance, having fun 24/7. That picture isn’t one that’s particularly accurate. While it’s true that you’ll have a blast at college experiencing adult life for the first time and […]

How to Take Great Digital Notes

This entry was posted by admin on May 23rd, 2016

  It’s been said that the pen is mightier than the sword, but is the pen mightier than the smartphone? In your parents’ days at college, notes were taken by hand. A pen and paper with hands furiously scooting back and forth across a smudged note surface – that’s how students passed or failed their […]

5 Tips to Beat the “Freshman 15”

This entry was posted by admin on May 19th, 2016

  College is a stressful time for incoming freshman and this stress, when coupled with poor eating and sleeping habits can lead to weight gain. Read our tips on how to avoid the dreaded “Freshman 15”. The stress of starting college, being away from home, and enjoying independence while at the same time feeling the […]