I am pretty sure that if all I had to pay for was my tuition, I would be able to afford to go to school. “The Cost of College”
Your Life is a Mess
And really, that’s okay Anyone who took a basic health class in high school remembers discussing the health triangle. On one side was your mental “Your Life is a Mess”
Cute or creepy?
Can college students go trick-or-treating? There is nothing quite so cute as a little girl dressed up like a lumberjack asking for some candy on “Cute or creepy?”
The trendy phrase for weird and fun behavior “Do you ever look at someone and wonder what is going on inside their head?” – Inside “Crackhead energy”
To Sleep Around or to Settle Down?
A fresh take on that all too present dilemma During my limited time in university, I’ve dealt with an internal conflict that I cannot shake. “To Sleep Around or to Settle Down?”
Medical Monday: Diet
As college students, sometimes dieting takes a backseat. Moriah Anderson, a dietician at North Dakota State’s Student Health Services, has some ways to keep students “Medical Monday: Diet”
College, Minimum Wage and Poverty: A Love Story
College is a time for learning. A time for growing. A time for crunching numbers and making that loaf of bread last for the rest “College, Minimum Wage and Poverty: A Love Story”
What I Learned at NDSU. No Textbook Needed.
Some things in college simply aren’t taught or emphasized enough in the classrooms. To boil my collegiate career down to main takeaways is a daunting task, “What I Learned at NDSU. No Textbook Needed.”