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A Homebound Spring Breaker's Guide: What to Eat

By kat_rosenfieldApril 7, 2010
If you're stuck on the couch for the duration of your spring break, there's no need to be gloomy. Your SparkNotes editors... More  →
A Homebound Spring Breaker's Guide: What to Eat

The Cafeteria CRASH Test

By Dan_BergsteinJanuary 18, 2010
You're sitting in the cafeteria, talking with your friends, and trying to relax before being herded back into the soul-crushing classroom. Suddenly,... More  →
The Cafeteria CRASH Test

The Local Road Trip

By Julie KrautJanuary 14, 2010
Forget Europe, SCUBA diving, and beach bumming. If you’re looking for bang for your buck, road trips are the best kind of... More  →
The Local Road Trip

Lazy Cuisine: Grilled Cheese Goodness

By Robert IsenbergJanuary 11, 2010
Fact: The easiest, greasiest, happiest homemade lunch is the grilled cheese sandwich. If you're not sure how to turn on a stove, and... More  →
Lazy Cuisine: Grilled Cheese Goodness

If You Can Survive A High School Cafeteria…

By Jon_SkindzierJanuary 5, 2010
Most students enjoy high school cafeterias only slightly more than they enjoy being relentlessly punched in the nose, so the fact that... More  →
If You Can Survive A High School Cafeteria…

Easy Winter Warm-Ups

By Julie KrautJanuary 4, 2010
It’s officially winter and that walk from the bus stop to your front door after school, or even the walk from your... More  →
Easy Winter Warm-Ups

Christmas Cookie FAIL

By ContributorDecember 23, 2009
After reading this very funny post, we think Sparkler dance4life51 should rename herself write4life51. Just a suggestion! —SparkNotes editors We've all... More  →
Christmas Cookie FAIL

World's Easiest Dessert

By Dan_BergsteinDecember 10, 2009
It’s the night before your class party, bake sale, or school's holiday roller derby, and you signed up to bring a dessert.... More  →
World's Easiest Dessert

Surviving Thanksgiving: Make It Through the Meal

By kat_rosenfieldNovember 26, 2009
Turkey Day is upon us! And by now, you should be safely ensconced in the bosom of your family. (Heh. We said... More  →
Surviving Thanksgiving: Make It Through the Meal

Long Live the Kids’ Table!

By Julie KrautNovember 23, 2009
You're familiar with the kids' table, right? That smaller table in the corner of the dining room, or in another room entirely,... More  →
Long Live the Kids’ Table!