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Cara Sprunk

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Links We Love 6.29.14


What happens when the same photo is Photoshopped in 25 different countries. [The Huffington Post]

The 31 most accurate Tumblr posts about being a woman. [BuzzFeed]

Why can’t you remember being a baby? [Vox]

An idea of what college was like with Emma Watson. [xoJane]

Examples of attention-grabbing cover letters. [The Daily Muse]

Inner thigh workouts. [PopSugar]

5 sangrias to get you through summer. [Spoon University]

This woman makes running look really easy. [The Washington Post]

The most ridiculous celebrity name changes. [Betches Love This]

Links We Love 6.22.14


Why we’re loving Hilary Duff these days. [Your Tango]

What happened to Easy Bake ovens?! [Spoon University]

The 13 biggest myths about alcohol. [Greatist]

How to be productive when your energy is gone. [The Muse]

A note to past and present graduates. [I Want Her Job]

What your Twitter bio says vs. what it means. [BuzzFeed]

#FelonCrushFriday became a thing due to Jeremy Meeks. [People]

More bad news for recession graduates. [The New York Times]

Summer bikini trends. [Betches Love This]

Links We Love 6.15.14


6 things you didn’t know about The Little Mermaid. [YourTango]

This is the definition of a Tinder fail. [Total Frat Move]

16 things every girl forgets to thank her brother for. [Thought Catalog]

Someecards that only your BFFs would understand. [TresSugar]

Wine and cheese pairing 101. [Spoon University]

America’s most stressed states. [Newser]

17 things you didn’t know about McDonalds. [BuzzFeed]

Why the student loan market is absolutely insane. [Businessweek]

100 things straight, white females like. [BroBible]

Links We Love 6.8.14


10 things you didn’t know about ‘N Sync [Your Tango]

Life after college: expectations vs. reality. [The Politesse]

28 lessons Disney sidekicks taught us about friendship. [TresSugar]

What I learned when I gave up alcohol. [The Greatist]

Is ‘comfort food’ just a myth? [Newser]

Amazing time lapses from around the world. [BuzzFeed]

The extremes people go through to quickly pay off student debt. [The Huffington Post]

Could you imagine going 13 years without missing a day of school? [USA Today College]

Her Campus’s Father’s Day Gift Guide 2014


Newsflash: Daddy’s little girls are still expected to spoil their fathers on June 15. Seriously though, this is your day to thank your dad for always cheering you on, helping you with anything from putting together your dorm furniture to getting to your internship on time, and for being there for him when you need him most. So write him a card, get him one of the great gifts suggested below, and then spend the day with your dad (and we’d venture to guess he’d be through the roof if you didn’t text through the whole thing).  

Cards Against Humanity

If your dad is borderline (or just completely) inappropriate at times, you’ll be able to one-up him with this party game. Warning: you will be uncomfortable playing it with him at times, so make sure you both can handle it! $25


Is Dad a gimmick guy? A beer guy? Here is your perfect gift: sunglasses with beer opening arms. Yes, seriously. He’ll be rocking these all summer long and impressing with everyone with your creative gift from Brewsees. $30

Grilling Gloves

Links We Love 6.1.14


Epic things you never knew about the Disney princesses. [YourTango]

The food moments you need to experience this summer. [BuzzFeed]

Will the Internet replace college? [The Daily Dot]

Mindy Kaling sums up Harvard Law. [The Huffington Post]

The problem with cute self-defense products for women. [Jezebel]

12 things only people with bangs will understand. [Allure]

Everything you didn’t want to know about the Kimye wedding. [Betches Love This]

What if the Disney villains were action movie villains? [CollegeHumor]

5 facts you didn’t know about kissing. [New York Magazine]

Links We Love 5.25.14


The 3 best friends that anyone could have: a lion, a tiger and a bear. [HLN TV]

Celebrities read mean tweets. [Elle]

Top Google searches by state. [StyleCaster]

Ridiculous gift ideas for the Kimye wedding. [Yahoo!]

100 things we loved about high school. [Tres Sugar]

Romantic! A proposal 4 years in the making. [Elite Daily]

What modern Disney movies are doing right. [YourTango]

Did you know these celebrities were once interns just like you? [Newser]

Facebook is making a change to their privacy settings. [The Huffington Post]

The Perfect Pen for Collegiettes


This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of BIC 4 Color. All opinions are 100% mine.

Call me retro, but I love putting a pen to paper. Whether it’s my to-do lists, calendar, or some doodling – I’m into it. The other thing I really like to do: color-coding. The pen that helps me do all of this is the classic BIC® 4-Color™. The pen – which I’m sure you’re familiar with (who isn’t?!) is my go-to. You’ve got green, blue, red and black ink. Perfect for correcting your papers, making lists, and best of all: doodling (just don’t tell any professors that).

With the 4 Inseparable Colors in 1 Pen, I can best express myself and best organize my thoughts in an aesthetically pleasing way. With the 4 different colors, I also get to express myself in different ways (because really, the kind of person who writes with a blue pen is very different than one who writes with a black pen) or even express my mood (I’m angry! I want to write in red!).

While I definitely prefer a black color pen — professional and clean — I do find myself going for red often, as it’s the ultimate corrector and perfect for editing a paper. It makes me feel like I can be harder on myself when I correct with a red pen. As long as it’s me putting the red on my papers, and not a professor, I’m ok.

Nina Nesbitt Talks Ed Sheeran, Touring and Peroxide


Her Campus got the chance to sit down with singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt who gave us a peek into her exciting life on the road and in the studio!

HC: Tell us about a normal day for Nina.

Nina Nesbitt: There’s not really a typical day, not at the moment anyway.

HC: Are you busy promoting your new album?

NN: You would expect I would be promoting my new album Peroxide all the time, but it’s straight back into the studio AND promotion at the same time. It doesn’t go in one routine; it’s all just lots of different stuff, which is good! I'd get bored otherwise!

HC: Do you prefer one or the other – touring or recording?

NN: I like touring and recording a lot – when I’m touring though, I want to be recording. And when I’m recording, I want to be touring! Touring is probably my favorite though, because it’s like being on holiday and getting to play shows.

HC: Really? Like a vacation?

NN: You get to see the world, and the fans, and it’s exciting. It’s a good laugh as well! When you’re recording you are kind of shut off, and you forget that there are people out there listening to your music. Then you put it out, and you hear people singing it back to you, so it’s pretty cool. And then on tour you see what songs people relate to best, which is quite interesting.

HC: Sounds like you prefer touring.

NN: I guess…but also, I’m itching to get back in the studio and make new music. But touring…it can be exhausting, but after the third day your body gets used to it, and it becomes normal. It is so much fun! 

Links We Love 5.18.14


The bright side of getting rejected from college. [The Huffington Post]

10 things I hate about Facebook culture. [Thought Catalog]

Airport security etiquette. [The Politesse]

Most Americans think they’re smarter than “most Americans.” [Newser]

The health benefits of kissing. [YourTango]

Men’s shorts are getting shorter. [The Wall Street Journal]

The science behind being a wingman. [Priceonomics]

A day in the life of a food stylist. [The New York Times]

Seth Meyers has a graduation speech for the class of 2014. [BroBible]

Your best prom stories ever. [Jezebel]