Category Archives: Housing

Five Tips for Roommate Survival

Since I was a little girl, actually since I was born, I have had a roommate (or “womb-mate”). My twin sister and I have shared a room right out of the womb and so I learned to share, adjust, and accommodate fairly quickly.  When I

Living Off-Campus: Finding an Apartment

Are you planning on living off-campus in college, but you aren’t commuting from home? Chances are you’re going to have to find an apartment. Here are some tips on how to save some time (and some stress!) when trying to find your first apartment. When

Time Budget: How to Be Involved without Failing Classes

College may not have started for me yet, but going to the Academy taught me a lot about time management. At my home high school, I played tenor and bass trombone in eight different concert bands (pep band, pit band, marching band, parade band, symphonic band, district

Sebastian: About Me

  I think the most important thing I’ve learned this summer is that hardly  anyone, no matter how old, how wise, or how educated, ever really knows what’s going on. Which, as an incoming college freshman, is reassuring, because it seems that no matter how

Move-In: The Good, The Bad, and The Worse

Move In: The Good, The Bad, & The Worse A move-in article in July, really? Seems a bit fast-paced, but that’s exactly what I’m going for. I hope to use Robert Morris’s unique terms of ten weeks to graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in business

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