College

Roommates who stink, mountains of assigned reading, and moving away from our BFFs —there’s no question that the college transition is rough, but it’s also rewarding. We’re here to help, with tips for how to make living on your own an awesome experience.

School doesn’t have to be a bummer. Here are 35 tips (from eating right to exercising on a dime) sure to make it a winner. We even have plenty of tips for grads!

For many students heading off to college this fall, the myth of freshman weight gain can be downright terrifying. Is the “Freshman 15” a legit cause for concern, or just an urban myth?
How can a smart phone app help prevent sexual assault? Read on to learn how the Circle of 6 app is using technology to keep us safer, one circle of friends at a time.
Which schools have the healthiest dining hall food, and which have the coolest fitness classes? Find out here!
For anyone creeped out by the stuff in college cafeterias, get this: A new organization is helping bring local, humanely sourced food to campuses across the country. Fresh tomatoes and zucchini on the way!

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OP-ED: Bad news for gym class all-stars heading to college — in 2012 only 39 percent of American colleges and universities had physical education requirements. What does that mean for student’s mental and physical health?

This ain’t no throwdown with Bobby Flay. An electric battle between two universities is taking place in the gym, not the kitchen.

For anyone creeped out by the stuff in college cafeterias, get this: A new organization is helping bring local, humanely sourced food to campuses across the country. Fresh tomatoes and zucchini on the way!
Which schools have the healthiest dining hall food, and which have the coolest fitness classes? Find out here!
How can a smart phone app help prevent sexual assault? Read on to learn how the Circle of 6 app is using technology to keep us safer, one circle of friends at a time.
For many students heading off to college this fall, the myth of freshman weight gain can be downright terrifying. Is the “Freshman 15” a legit cause for concern, or just an urban myth?

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