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  1. How to save money during your college years

    Saving Money in CollegeTypically, the farthest topic from a college students mind is saving money while in school. At this point in your life, there is typically not a large amount of income flowing in and what income you do have goes towards recreational activities and school supplies.

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  2. How are you spending your summer? Take a look at these ideas!

    Summer Freedom on the beachThe end of the school year is finally here! With the summer having officially arrived for college students, it’s time to figure out plans for this much needed time off. For many, there will be vacations planned and trips to the beach on the docket, but you don’t need elaborate vacations to make your summer a success.
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  3. The Google Home is becoming much more Podcast-friendly.

    Google Home PodcastIn a world where digital content production is at an all-time high, podcasting has become an important aspect of digital media. Along those lines, it’s also no secret that the rise of smartphone usage has directly impacted this media platform. In fact, since 2014, there has been a 157% increase in podcast usage among smartphone users. So with the population beginning to really latch onto the podcast platform, it is important for listeners to be able to access their content quickly and seamlessly.

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  4. Don’t Become a Member of the Cracked Screen Society

    Cracked Phone Screen GraphicHow often do those same friends try to show you something funny they found on their phone or social media, but you can’t really enjoy the content because of their damaged screen? This probably sounds all too familiar. No one enjoys have a cracked screen, so make sure you are protected from potential damages!

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  5. Tax Tips for College Students

    Tax Filing Tips for College Students 2018Being a college student is difficult, between studying for exams, a campus job, and managing finances, college students might find their lives being stressful. This is only compounded during tax season, especially considering many students have never filed their own taxes before.

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  6. The Art of Sticking to your New Years Resolutions

    Tips for sticking to news resolutions for college students2018 is officially upon us! As with every New Year, people are bragging about the different resolutions that they have in place to create a better version of themselves. You'll hear, "I'm going to go the gym!" or "I'm going to eat vegetables with every meal!" or even "I'm giving up desserts for the whole year!"

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  7. Gifts College Students will Love...

    7 Christmas Gifts your College Students will loveThe holiday season is almost upon us, and that means spending time with family with friends, eating delicious food and, if you're lucky, maybe getting some gifts. If you're someone who has family or friends that are college students then you know how difficult it can be to come up with gifts to buy them for the holiday season. Well we're here to help! We've compiled a list of 7 gifts that college students will absolutely love!

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  8. Guide for Conquering Thanksgiving Break as a College Student

    Thanksgiving BreakThanksgiving break is next week. That means food comas, watching football and time spent with family. If you’re a college student, it also means a break from college for at least a little while.

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  9. 4 Critical Study Hacks for College Students

    Study Tips for StudentsWhen you go to college you most likely are unsure of what to do and how to be successful. There are tons of new things to do, people to meet, and places to go. College is a world of new experiences at your fingertips.

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  10. 4 Tips on avoiding roommate Drama in college

    When you move into college, you are most likely living with a random roommate in your freshman dorm. Even if you don’t live in a dorm, eventually in your college career you will find yourself living with different types of people. Maybe you met your roommate on your college’s Facebook group or maybe they are a friend of a friend.

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