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Friends You Will Make In College, Part One

By Kent McGroartyAugust 17, 2010
The friends you make in college can end up being friends for life. You'll make dear friends, homework buddies, and pals who make you wonder, "Um, how did I become friends with this person?" Here are three common types of college friends: The Roommate. Most ... More  →
Friends You Will Make In College, Part One

Five Natural Acne Fighters Under Five Dollars

By Kent McGroartyAugust 5, 2010
Many of us are plagued with the scary beast that is acne all through high school and well into college. If you're particularly lucky, your skin will start clearing up when you turn 18—but if you're like most people, hormones will continue to ruin your ... More  →
Five Natural Acne Fighters Under Five Dollars

Send An Eco-Friendly Care Package

By Kent McGroartyJune 30, 2010
People looove getting care packages while away at school. Sending your sibling or friend a nifty care package is an excellent way to express your love AND inspire your college buddy to invite you up for weekend visits and parties. (That is, unless you're like ... More  →
Send An Eco-Friendly Care Package

How To Spot A Freshman in Three Easy Steps

By Kent McGroartyJune 28, 2010
Is that nubile young lass with the big backpack and the scared expression a freshman, or a really insecure sophomore? Read on to find out for sure. Freshmen Tendency #1: Traveling in Herds. If you see one, you will most likely see 10 others. They move in ... More  →
How To Spot A Freshman in Three Easy Steps

From NJ With Love...Or Just Stay Out

By Kent McGroartyJune 18, 2010
When you go off to college, you meet people from all over the U.S., especially if your college is particularly well-known or on/ near a coast. Generally, when you tell people where you're from, you'll get nothing more than a polite "oh, cool." Unless, of ... More  →
From NJ With Love...Or Just Stay Out

Avoiding The Freshman 15 (While Still Eating K-Mac)

By Kent McGroartyMay 27, 2010
In high school, most of us are spoiled by parent-prepared meals, and "cooking" means pouring milk on cereals, toasting waffles, and heating up stuff. Then you go to college and find yourself in a small room with a tiny fridge and a microwave, plus a ... More  →
Avoiding The Freshman 15 (While Still Eating K-Mac)