What you eat can have a big impact on your academic success. Make your goals easier to reach by enjoying a nutritious—and tasty—breakfast every morning.
Summer’s the time to make up all those hours of sleep lost during the school year. Right? Well, sort of. Here's the real deal about getting your best rest.
Studying for finals can be super stressful. So why not take a pause (paws?) for some furry cuddles and doggy kisses, guaranteed to lift your spirits.
Take a break from your final exams to brush up on a truly important subject: your brew. Allow us to drop some knowledge.
Even if you're living in a tiny space, you can get in a good workout without going outside. Here, 7 moves you can do in your dorm room.
Worried about staying healthy during this semester's cold months? Vitamin C in your diet can help. Find out which food has the most (Hint: it's not orange).
If you live with anxiety, even raising your hand in class can make your heart pound. Here are some practical steps you can take to manage your fears.
Sick of nuking that cup of noodles? We are too. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of microwavable recipes that are three times as delicious and easy to make.
Give these tips a try to make your room a more restful place, and to help you sleep more soundly. You can thank us in the morning.
We all face setbacks, challenges, and unexpected changes that throw us off our game. Having the tools to bounce back is what resilience is all about.
You know what’s worse than a messy dorm room or study space? A mind that’s filled with useless stuff. Here’s how to clear away the mess.
Use this “calm before the storm” to prep yourself mentally and physically for the semester ahead. Here are 5 simple tips.
Crush your 2018 eating goals — on a college budget. These 5 simple suggestions include a backpack must-have, dorm snack ideas, pizza-eating tips, and more.
Too tired to study? Do what some of the hardest-working people in history have done: Take a nap. Here, 6 tips to make it count.
These 6 superfoods are known to enhance brain function and even improve memory. Best of all, they can also help with information retention.
Just because you're in school doesn't mean you have to eat junk. Avoid spending a ton on fast food and try these simple meal ideas instead.
Even if you go to bed early, do you still wake up exhausted? See a list of bad habits that might be preventing you from getting a good night's sleep.
Thinking of pulling an all-nighter? Think again. Studies show that sleep deprivation does a real number on your mind and your body.