Entries by Ginny Gaylor

Prepare For Second Semester Like A Pro

The holiday break really flew by, didn’t it? I remember how quickly those weeks on the calendar counted down and before I knew it, second semester had begun. It can be hard to refocus after a long break, so having a few life hacks in your back pocket for how to prepare is a good […]

How college students can improve their credit score

I know that having a good credit score is probably the last thing that most college students want to be thinking about. You’ve got finals and roommate issues and student loans to worry about, finance topics can wait, right? But unfortunately they really can’t. So read on for the things you need to know about […]

How to avoid the mumps outbreak on college campuses

Think the mumps is a disease that only people from your grandparent’s generation worried about? Think again! There has been a recent mumps outbreak on multiple college campuses across the country. The reoccurrence of this contagious disease has caught many off guard. Here’s what you need to know about how to avoid getting sick yourself.

College students—DIY ways to beat the winter blues

Whether you simply prefer the warmer months or you truly suffer from seasonal affective disorder (aka SAD), the winter blues can be a real thing that affects up to one out of four adults, including college students. So if you want to fight back this year, read on for some DIY tips on how to […]

Student loan debt: 5 common mistakes college students make

As an undergrad, I relied on loans to help me pay for my education. If you are a college student you probably have some amount of student loan debt facing you after graduation—hopefully less than I did! Handling that so it doesn’t affect your financial security for the rest of your life is obviously not […]

What college students should know about Tomi Lahren

Tomi Lahren is a young and rising media star in the world of social media. What sets her apart in the eyes of many is that she is outspoken as a conservative commentator. Even some millennials may have not been aware of Lahren prior to her appearance on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on […]

Life hacks for college students home for the holidays

Classes are wrapping up for college students, and the dreaded exams will soon be a distant memory. That means most, if not all, will soon be heading home for the holidays. While you may be looking forward to celebrating with kith and kin, you also probably know that surviving the holidays with your family can […]

Which types of degrees land you the best paying jobs?

I know that not everyone goes into college with the idea of linking what they are studying to their future earning potential. Nor do I think you should. However, that being said, the types of degrees you consider can have an impact on whether or not you land one of the best paying jobs. Read […]

The importance of student news through the OSU tragedy

An incident on the campus of Ohio State University on Monday, November 28, 2016, left 11 students and faculty members injured, before a university police officer fatally shot the suspect. Initially, the university reported an active shooter on campus. Journalists at The Lantern, the student-run news site, reported from the scene while larger media outlets […]

Give back this holiday season—ideas for college students

‘Tis the time of year for gifts and parties and lots of merriment, but if you are interested in taking a more altruistic tack this holiday season, you’ve come to the right place. Even college students may be searching for a way to give back as the year draws to a close. Charitable giving and […]