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Author Archives: Dana Fulton
It’s senior year, and the clock is ticking. It seems that your final year of high school is all about deadlines. While you can’t control the timeline you’re under to complete paperwork and applications, you can manage your deadlines and … Continue reading
Sometimes you need a sixty-second dance party during a study break. But your phone’s dinky little speaker isn’t going to cut it. What will cut it is a 2-liter soda bottle. Cut a slot for your phone, cut off the … Continue reading
Don’t chuck those handy plastic moving crates in the trash when you’re done moving into your college living space. And don’t worry about having no place to store them. Tie those crates together with a few zip ties and boom: … Continue reading
Watching TV with your sweetie doesn’t need a TV room. Or even a TV. Load up your tablet with whatever you want to watch, grab a few removable hooks, and you’ll be able to set up a screening anywhere you … Continue reading
The whole world’s your cinema, provided you’ve got a shoebox and a good blank space to project. All you’ve got to do is add a magnifying glass and your trusty smartphone and you can watch anything you want, anywhere. Don’t … Continue reading
Did you know it takes about 20 to 30 minutes for caffeine to kick in? It’s true. If you’re looking for a quick bit of shut-eye but don’t want to feel groggy after, drink some coffee and nod off – … Continue reading
Maybe you can’t have a coffee maker in your dorm room. Maybe your coffee maker is on the fritz. Maybe you don’t have six bucks to shell out at the local coffee joint. No problem: a disposable cup can filter … Continue reading
Wi-Fi is life, and the data must flow. If you’re working somewhere on campus (or at a coffee shop, or in a library, or at a friend’s apartment, or…) and the Wi-Fi signal leaves something to be desired, cut open … Continue reading
Nothing breaks down a wall of text like a little color and a bit of tastiness. Break down your reading with gummy bear prizes – every time you get to a new section or paragraph, you get a tasty treat. … Continue reading