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Life Academics

Pulling an all-nighter is basically a right of passage for most college students. Because, really, when it comes down to it, you've got to balance your social life with your academics, or even a job, plus you need to watch a few hours of Netflix to keep yourself sane. It happens to the best of us. The work piles up while we're worrying about, well, anything but doing work, so we have to pull an all-nighter.  1. I'm going to need a lot of caffeine if I'm going to make it out of this alive.  I wonder if I know how to make latte art? Oh, I'm going to look up latte art.  2. I can't work under...
There’s no doubt about it, most college students hate group projects. Homework is tedious, but not terrible; studying for a test sucks, but it’s doable. But when your professor gives you a group project that’s worth 50 percent of your grade, all you can do is groan. Coordinating with group members can be a pain, you inevitably end up doing all the work and your fellow classmates just annoy you. Group projects are the worst. Most likely you’ll be assigned with a group project at least once during your college career. And while most students dread them, group projects don’t have to be the bane...
Chances are, you didn’t grow up wearing T-shirts and hats adorned with the mascot or logo of your local community college. Most people don’t grow up daydreaming about one day attending community college, but when the time comes to graduate, tons of collegiettes realize that it’s a better alternative for all kinds of reasons. If you had your heart set on your dream school and ended up in community college—or if you made the choice on your own from the get-go!—then you should read these reasons why community college is actually awesome.  1) Your wallet will be so much less empty  Whether they’...