Category: Campus

The Post-Grad’s Guide to Goal-Digging

Words By Nicole Scopelliti | Photo by Trevor Meyer You made it. Congratulations on earning your degree and surviving all of the trials and tribulations of the college experience! Although you have just spent many years hitting the books and earning stellar grades, the work is far from over. It’s time to tackle the post-grad job search. It’s easy to be intimidated by this daunting task, but with strategic planning, you can remain sane, motivated and — most importantly — happy. Create a daily schedule. College students are accustomed to a rigid routine. Post-grads, however, may not be. Say...

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Off the Waffle’s Hangover Breakfast

Words by Nicole Scopelliti | Photos by Sierra Pedro It’s Saturday night. Before you know it, you’ve had one too many beers. The aftermath of this unforgettable night out will surely rear its head the following morning. When that stubborn headache and growling stomach arrive, head over to Off the Waffle to get just what the doctor ordered: a cup of coffee and a plate of waffles to get you back on your feet. A trip to Off the Waffle is what the restaurant’s co-owner, Omer Orian, refers to as a “magical waffle experience.” The restaurant’s atmosphere is vibrant,...

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Student Shopping Tips and Tricks

Written by Nicole Scopelliti | Photo by Lauren Bruce When you think “college,” what comes to mind? Tuition, textbooks and ramen noodles? What about the pizza you’re going to order on Friday night as a well-deserved reward for surviving midterms, or that oil change your car has been needing for a bit too long? Or how about that betta fish with an all-too-short lifespan that you need because you’ve caught a case of the college blues? Random expenses tend to come up when you least expect them to. Although we can’t predict the unexpected, we can better prepare ourselves...

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Roommate Advice with Delaney Rea

Written by Delaney Rea | Photo by Michael Davis How often do you fight with your roommates? If you’re lucky, your plan to live with people you knew well paid off – they’re roommate picks that you get along with famously. However, you might find yourself unexpectedly at odds with the people you share close quarters with. Are passive aggressive comments thrown around like hand grenades? Do icy glares chill you to the bone, far more than the storm outside ever could? If roommate hostility is a problem in your house, it will be no picnic for anyone. If...

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EMG Housing Fair Preview

Written by Sam Styles | Photo by Trevor Meyer After your freshman year of college, you have class figured out. You know how to stay out way too late and still get that essay in on time. More than that, you are learning how to balance a healthy social life with your highly successful academic career. If you are in the dorms and are thinking of moving out, more change is coming. The best way to prepare for it is to get educated. You could do this by peering through page after page of online literature, or you could...

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