How to Save Money While Acing Your Finals

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There is no time more important in the life of a college student than finals week. It’s a few short days that can make or break your semester or, in some cases, just break you.

Generally students will load up on coffee, energy drinks, and snacks so they can survive all-nighters, 20+ page papers, and the cabin fever that comes from hours and hours in libraries.…

A Closer Look at Credit Card Terminology [MEMES]

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There are two words that seem to make life easier: charge it.

The American consumer has a long history with the concept of buy now, pay later. And what better time to buy than the holiday season?

It’s so easy to set up a credit card, especially this time of year. But before you go out using one, check out these memes we put together to show some terms you need to know.…

Great Traditions: Silent Night and Saving Money

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This might just be the greatest tradition in sports—or just in all of college life in general. (My apologies to dotting the “i,” Krzyzewskiville, and well, just about everyone else who thinks their school is the best.)

For one basketball game each year, Taylor University students pack the place in wacky outfits and costumes to silently root for their Trojans until they’ve scored 10 points. At that point, they go bonkers. …

I Got the Job! Here Are 6 Lessons Learned Along the Way

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The past 4 weeks have been a whirlwind.

I am writing this post from my new apartment. Everything still echoes in here, and I still confuse the sink disposal for the kitchen light switch. My possessions are sprawled out on the floor (where is my iPod??), and Ikea instruction booklets are tossed in the empty corner where a desk should probably be.

If you told the Evelyn that wrote the blog post on 11/8 that by 12/8, she would be wrapping up her first week at a new job, That Evelyn would have cackled and told you to stop being so cruel.…