back to college

One for you, one for your college student ✔️
Clear eyes, full stomachs, can booze. Safely.
We hoped this was a temporary protest, but it lasted for the two years she lived there. I called the town manager to see what could be done. "I know it's awful to look at and I'd sure hate to be her neighbor, but this is New Hampshire. Live Free or Die."
Warning: Graphic language below. I came to at the bottom of it all. What looked like four simultaneous keg stands were occurring
I projected my own sense of failure into an imaginary room, chastising myself, comparing myself to others, like, for instance, the President of the United States, who, when he was my age, was successfully running for the Presidency of the United States. All right, so maybe I have high standards.
The end of summer brings cooler temperatures, the fall season and back-to-school! Excited college students across the country will be checking into their dorm rooms for the fall semester this week.
There's a whole big world out there off-campus. But we student affairs professionals can easily fall into the trap of myopically only seeing the residence halls and campus centers before us.
The 18-year-old who suddenly finds himself between sets of friends, the 30-year-old stay-at-home parent who has lost work relationships, the 65-year-old who has not replaced lost connections due to illness, death, retirement and geographical moves, and the empty nesters, like me, can all experience the pain of loneliness.
Tropical storms, wildfires and earthquakes aside, it's still back-to-school time. In honor of the kids who are stocking up
As pre-collegiettes™ quickly approaching your first year at college, it's normal that your nerves and worries are kicking