Summer is in full swing, the Fourth of July is on the horizon, and we can practically taste the sweet, sweet nostalgia of a Bomb Pop and Summer Break. But the cast of Stranger Things is growing up fast, and while saving Hawkins from an impending Sci-Fi apocalypse might seem like the only thing on the priority list, it might be time to put some real thought into what the future holds, and what majors they should choose when it’s finally time to leave the nest and forge their own paths in college—that is, if the town hasn’t been completely overrun by the forces at work.
If there’s one thing that unites the students at the University of Missouri, it’s pride in their campus. From the beautiful grounds to the characters within it, there are a few tried and true things that make Mizzou a collective. Take a break from searching for your next Mizzou off-campus housing and check out our list of some student faves. You know you went to Mizzou if you’ve experienced these ten things.
When it comes time to indulge, students head over to Downtown Ames and Campustown; Ame’s bar and restaurant districts and major stomping grounds for Iowa State students.
If you’re new to the area, or you’re just a local looking to broaden your horizons, be sure to check out our list of the best places to eat and drink around Iowa State before you make a decision on your next Ames apartments near campus. Continue reading
All those all-nighters and early morning classes can really drain your energy levels. And before there were Red Bulls and Five Hour Energies, we relied on good old fashioned coffee and some breakfast to get us going in the morning.
Luckily, the city of Bloomsburg is full of places to power up. Check out these five places around apartments near Bloomsburg if you’re in need of some extra motivation to get out of bed.
Coffee and breakfast are the keys to maintaining a busy college schedule. Without some caffeinated beverages to perk you up, and some breakfast to break your hanger, it can be a risky move to even get out of bed in the morning.
Lucky for you, Cortland is home to some pretty great spots near Cortland student housing that allow you fill up on coffee and bacon so you can go about your day feeling like a human being.
Congratulations! You’ve managed to win over your crush with your charming smile and witty jokes—nailed it—but keeping them interested is a whole other animal. You have to make the first date count, without breaking your bank at the same time. And that’s not always easy when you live on just enough to afford rent and a few packs of ramen.
Luckily, the area surrounding Cortland student housing is full of opportunities to impress even those who play hardest to get. And you won’t even have to sell your plasma to afford it. You’ve got this.
We know better than anyone that college can be stressful (especially if you haven’t found the perfect apartments near Penn State).With so many books to read and tests to ace, it can be hard to find time for anything else. But you only have four(ish) years to make it count, and trust us, time flies when you’re busy being an adult.
It’s important to put the books down every once in a while and take part in what really matters: fun. To help you out, we put together a list of things to do near Penn State to ensure you’re making the most of your PSU experience.
All that adulting can work up a pretty big appetite, and debating with your friends on where to eat can really put a damper on your day—there’s nothing worse than being hangry (well, besides scouring Craigslist for apartments near Penn State .
Next time your tummy goes rogue and you’re at a loss for options, don’t fret. These five places to grab a bite near Penn State off-campus housing are pretty much guaranteed to satisfy your cravings.
Four years go by faster than you may think. Unlike term papers, your college experience is one thing you won’t want to procrastinate.
The Ohio State University and the area surrounding OSU off-campus housing are brimming with things to do and places to see, including many traditions that only your fellow Buckeyes would understand. So dive in and explore the campus. You can’t call yourself a Buckeye without experience everything on this list.
Four years can seem like a pretty long time, especially when you’re in the midst of writing papers and cramming for finals. But before you know it, you’ll be walking across the stage, sporting a graduation gown and looking back on all the memories you made during your time at IUP—ones that probably have little to do with books and studying.
Unlike tweets and classes, time is one thing you can’t go back and redo—well, yet, anyway. So don’t let time go by without experiencing everything you possibly can during your time living in IUP off-campus housing apartments.