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THE COLLEGE JUICE BLOG
Our business is built on the understanding of students' wants and needs, motivations and behaviors. As part of the social and academic fabric of our campuses, we always have our finger on the latest trends among college students.
If you think that the only way to relax is on an exotic beach near the equator, think again. Unwind from a long week of tests and assignments with some with some of these fun activities.
Check out a new album or make a playlist of some old favorites. Music is proven to reduce stress and anxiety so now is the... Continue Reading »
You know the deal – you have a growing To-Do list and just can’t seem to get it together. You stare off into space, peruse Facebook…anything to avoid what you need to get done. We’re here to help you power through with four easy tips to keep you focused.
1.Ditch the distractions. Whether it’s the TV, your friends, or Twitter, make... Continue Reading »
Each year, the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award honors college football coaches who demonstrate four characteristics both on and off the field: Sportsmanship, Integrity, Responsibility and Excellence. The winning coach from each NCAA division is awarded $50,000 to donate to their preferred charity as well as a $20,000... Continue Reading »
It’s easy to get lost in the shuffle of college life when you’re balancing school, work, and a social life. Keep your head up and your mind focused with these easy confidence boosters from Health Central. Don’t get weighed down by what’s going on around you!
Do a good deed. Helping someone else is a double-edged sword in the... Continue Reading »
The time is here for rekindling energy, revitalizing interests, and for starting something totally new. Get excited.
Really though, fall is a great time to start a fitness program, try a new activity, or discover a new hobby. Not only are you settling into your fall semester routine, but “you’re going to create good habits for... Continue Reading »
digital age we live in, sending an email is as common a form of communication
as a telephone call (if not more so). Personal emails can be a little more laid
back, but interacting with employers or professors poses a bit more of an
issue. Check out these simple guidelines and email your way to success.
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