Checking your email daily (sometimes 15 times a day) is completely normal for college students. So while you’re at, why not add some daily knowledge into your inbox? Newsletters can provide you with all the information you need — whether it’s something inspiring, fun or informational —about the day or week in a single place. You can easily stay up to date with all the happenings in the world while giving yourself a great excuse to check your email for the 16th time.
Staying up to date with what’s happening in the country alone isn’t enough. In just 11 sections, Need2Know breaks down the news of the world, but in an easy-to-understand way coupled with relatable summaries. They also feature a hilarious "retweet" everyday, which is the perfect ending to start your day.
theSkimm is an informational gift in your inbox every morning with a cute subject and a quote of the day that will leave you inspired. It’s perfect for millennial women, who can become easily overwhelmed by the news of the day, and is sure to break down the facts in a non-partisan way.
I’m all about the "treat yo’ self" mentality, and this newsletter embodies that. This is perfect for the girl who dreams about weekend nights where she's cozied up in bed and catching up on her favorite television shows. The content is always fun and light-hearted. An added bonus is the sense of community, as they always include recommendations from readers, which is great.
Looking for a one-stop shop on everything you’d want to know with a slight women empowerment vibe? The simple design makes it easy to read on any device, so you can easily catch up while sitting in traffic or walking to class. What’s even better is the variety of content from fashion to celebrities and politics — the newsletter has a little bit of everything for everybody.
This daily newsletter is like a personal diary to your teen self and a throwback to the age of inspirational stories before clickbait Internet headlines flooded timelines. They produce stories that matter, from current events to personal journeys and interviews. This newsletter is an unique addition to your morning routine. It feels like it’s written just for you and as if you’re connecting with friends.
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