Anne Dawson | Social Media Editor
Between the housing, food, drinks, activities and, for some of us, the shopping, spring break trips can add up real fast.
Freshman year is a fun time for a lot of people. You're out on your own with no rules, no curfews and very few responsibilities.
Cooking every night or even just a few nights a week doesn't have to take up a lot of time.
As I was walking the hall of the Haley Center last week, I overhead a girl say to her friend "I have to do well on this test, I'm OCD."
The whole gluten-free lifestyle trend has become very popular lately. It seems like everyone knows at least five people that all of a sudden have a gluten allergy.
Every college freshman has experienced it— the period of time where you think to yourself "I have no friends." And while yes it sucks for a minute, it may not be the worst thing in the world.
If you are thinking about getting a cat in college I say go for it. They aren't too much to handle.
Eating healthy doesn't have to be miserable and taste awful.
I promise you once you try this deliciousness you will be making it weekly to satisfy your take-out cravings.
Everybody loves pizza, but not everybody loves all that grease or that queasy feeling they get after downing a whole large one themselves.