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Her Campus Saves The Day with #HCSurvivalKits

March had just dawned on us.

The air, cool and crisp, curled around campus like a clingy lover. From the UL to Davis Library, Tar Heels gathered together on one accord: To cram half a semester’s worth of material in a matter of days.

But, as spring break loomed before us, the energy on the campus lulled. There was a palpable sense of defeat as lethargic students slogged from hall to hall. Then… something amazing happened.

Ever the humanitarians, Her Campus National sent aid to revitalize students. As part of the spring break #HCSurvivalKit, National partnered with sponsors to deliver:

·      Chipotle BOGO cards;

·      Mini LUNA bars;

·      Her Campus sunglasses, stickers, pens and koozies;

·      Not your Mother’s Hair Care Purifying Shampoo;

·      Completely Bare Beauty sample wax packs;

·      SABRE pepper gels;

·      The Intern’s Handbook by Shane Kuhn; and

·      Simon & Schuster’s Dirty Rush by Taylor Bell

The kit was a godsend in the middle of UNC’s hell week. Not only did it boost morale among weary collegiettes, it gave them some TLC-to-go for their imminent vacays! Many thanks to her Campus National and their awesome sponsors, and follow us on Twitter for details on our finals kits @hercampusch!


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Jaleesa Jones

Chapel Hill

Jaleesa Jones is a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a communication studies major with double minors in journalism and screenwriting. She is president and co-campus correspondent of the UNC chapter of Her Campus, a Collegiate Correspondent for USA TODAY and a member of the Carolina Association of Future Magazine Editors, Carolina Association of Black Journalists, National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Jaleesa loves covering lifestyle, race, feminism and the arts. In her spare time, she enjoys confusing her roommate with alternating sessions of Juicy J and Taylor Swift, imagining her Ramen was pasta, and binge-watching movies - because TV series are so '90s. 
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