dorms

A neighbor's daughter is going off to college. She's excited, yet understandably insecure. This is, after all, new and uncharted territory with exposure to buildings and people too numerous to count. And when you live on campus you have the added issue of absorbing completely new living quarters, most likely shared with a roommate who is a virtual stranger to you. It is a lot of energy to deal with before even getting started in your first class.
• Strategic Décor: With that right décor you can make a space feel bigger. Here are strategies that will open up your dorm
A lot go boho-inspired rooms go heavy on the color, but for this little dorm space, I swapped out rich hues and tones for
I didn't know what I wanted when I applied for colleges, but I do now. I simply want a diverse block of neighbors.
This gift hits all the marks; monogrammed, a statement bag or luggage. Graduation season is time to celebrate huge milestones
These administrators argued that they could use their existing debt capacity, with historically low interest rates, to build
Established in 1845 by the final Congress of the Republic of Texas, Baylor University in Waco is the state’s oldest continually
Just as surely as the days of the summer continue to shorten, so too do the days of my childhood come to a close. Leaving for college does much more than simply just changing one's ZIP code; it removes the innocent coating of childhood from us.
Being a third year RA, I've definitely learned a lot, and for someone who wasn't even going to apply for the position, I'm so glad I did. For anyone who wants to make a difference on a college campus, definitely apply to be an RA.