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With summer break quickly approaching, students are starting to map out their plans for the three-month hiatus, which is notorious for its trips and lively parties. While travel may seem like the perfect place to be during the summer, it may not be the most budget-friendly destination, especially for college students. Check out these low-cost activities you can do with your family and friends to kick off the summer!:
Now You Know: Budget Bae
On this holiday, as a college student you’re often low on money and there is all these things that you want to do for the special people in your life. Whether it is taking your other half on a date, going out with your friends or family, you just want to be able to do these things. There are many opportunities to do things with them without going into further
By Jahzeiah Gadiano and Rebecca Carino
In contrast to the young carefree lifestyle of a college student, the college life can sometimes be brutal. In fact 40% of college students work at least 30 hours a week, and 25% work full time while going to school! With constant time management, there might be moments where you find yourself undoubtedly stressed, very tired, and no amount of coffee will keep you up.
Putting the Fun in College
My Uber Experience
After a long day being at UH Manoa, I decided that I didn’t want to take the bus (I live far out on the West side) and that it would be faster if I just took an Uber. It gave me more time to hang out with friends rather than speed-walking to the bus stop. I downloaded the app, inputted all my information, and saw the
Whether it’s your last semester or your first time being on the UHWO campus, these four college hacks will help make “the struggle” a bit more comfortable. 1. Come 10 minutes after classes are pau [done] for parking. Your first class doesn’t start till 11, and by that time the student parking lot is FULL. You can still nab a slot in
Whether it’s your last semester or your first time being on the UHWO campus, these four college hacks will help make “the struggle” a bit more comfortable.
- Come 10 minutes after classes are pau [done] for parking.
Your first class doesn’t start till 11, and by that time the student parking lot is FULL. You can still nab a slot in student parking and avoid the overflow by coming 10 minutes after classes
Whether you’re an expert presenter or someone who only presents now and again, giving a presentation can be both nerve-wracking and exhilarating. Nevertheless, what’s clear about presenting is that there’s a lot of complexity around compiling your thoughts and notes into a dynamic presentation. The challenge and goal in presenting is to create an informative and compelling presentation that keeps your audience engaged. As you prepare for your next presentation,
Mastering Time In college, you get a taste of “adulting” with balancing school, social life, and sleep. With so many new things to manage you may feel stressed out and often out of time. While the impossible trifecta may seem overwhelming, this trifecta is indeed accomplishable (trust me, I would know) but takes a lot of discipline. Want to master
All campuses have student events, the question is: should you attend them? This is an easy piece of advice: yes! Go to campus events as possible. Our campus offers lectures from visiting scholars; student-led events with guest speakers; campus-wide celebrations, and so much more. Try to attend as many events as you can that focus