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College Tips: How To Survive Your First Week on Campus

College Tips: How To Survive Your First Week on Campus

College Tips: How To Survive Your First Week on Campus Congratulations! You’ve graduated high school and are now on your way to college. With just a few weeks left before you move on campus, you might be feeling nervous or under prepared. To help guide your transition, we’ve compiled some of the top college tips…

5 Must-Have Move-in Items For Your Dorm

5 Must-Have Move-in Items For Your Dorm

5 Must-Have Move-in Items For Your Dorm Move-in day is stressful, to say the least. You’ll have way more stuff than you need, you’ll have to figure out how to cramp your entire wardrobe into a tiny closet, and you and your roommate may experience your first fight over who gets which bed. Inevitably, there…

Top 10 Items You Need On Move-In Day

Top 10 Items You Need On Move-In Day

Top 10 Items You Need On Move-In Day The day is nearing… the day you move into your dorm! There are probably a million questions that are swirling around your mind. The most common question students ask leading up to move-in day is, “Am I prepared?” Maybe the answer is yes, maybe the answer is…

Blue-prynt’s Top 20 High School Graduation Gifts

Blue-prynt’s Top 20 High School Graduation Gifts

Blue-prynt’s Top 20 High School Graduation Gifts It is that time of the year! The time for graduation, gifts, and parties to celebrate your favorite high school graduate. Since there is nothing that will stop your favorite high schooler from growing up, the next best thing is to choose from one of our favorite gifts…

5 Common Concerns of Incoming Freshmen

5 Common Concerns of Incoming Freshmen

5 Common Concerns of Incoming Freshmen Learning how to drive a car and moving from middle school to high school might seem like huge changes at the time, but nothing compares to a student’s transition into college. Along with college comes the hundreds of concerns of college students, as they are almost programmed to think…

Student Spotlight: Sami Bash of Baked N’ Whipped

Student Spotlight: Sami Bash of Baked N’ Whipped

Student Spotlight: Sami Bash of Baked N’ Whipped What is it like to pursue your passion even before you walk down the aisle to graduate high school? We interviewed Sami Bash, a senior in high school who is already on the path of entrepreneurship with her company Baked ‘N Whipped. With the new trend of…

Spring Shopping Made Easy

Spring Shopping Made Easy

Since the groundhog saw his shadow in the beginning of the month, that means that Spring has almost sprung. High school seniors — this one is for you! Though you may be dreading the end of your high school career, you still have to do it in style. Prom will be here before you know…

The First Big Break: Going Home for Thanksgiving

The First Big Break: Going Home for Thanksgiving

The first big break. It’s only days away and most college students are itching to get out of the dorm and into the comfort of their childhood homes. And, of course, to return to mom’s cooking. Unlike fall break, which only some universities schedule, this is the first time college students nationwide share an extended…

Student Spotlight: Jessica Nabi

Student Spotlight: Jessica Nabi

Jessica Nabi, 18, is a freshman at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Originally from Scarsdale, New York, Nabi realized there was an “untapped market” that she needed to break into. Thus, Cupcakes By Jess was born. We spoke with Jess about how she got started with her business, and of course got to…

5 Adorable Ways To Announce Your College Acceptance Without Leaving Your Bed

5 Adorable Ways To Announce Your College Acceptance Without Leaving Your Bed

5 Adorable Ways To Announce Your College Acceptance Without Leaving Your Bed It started out with a personalized cookie cake that dad picked up from ShopRite on his way home from work. Next, friends brought balloons over after school. Some months later the sweatshirts from grandma rolled in. Then a cellophane-wrapped snipped and personalized tailgate…