Staying Chic on the Cheap

My name is Laurel House and I’m a Relationship and Lifestyle author, expert, personal trainer and the “QuickieChick.” No, not the late night booty call kind of quickie, my “quickies” are all about making the most out of every moment — whether it’s a saddlebag-burning “quickie workout in bed,” a metabolism-boosting “bites with benefits” meal,

Navigating Your First Internship

Nicole Williams is the bestselling author of three books, the latest of which, “Girl on Top: Your Guide to Turning Dating Rules into Career Success,” has been optioned by Dan Jinks, the producer behind the Academy Award winning films “American Beauty” and “Milk.” The company she founded, WORKS by Nicole Williams, is the go-to resource

Dating in College: What’s the Real Deal?

By Kelly Leslie, Student at San Francisco State University Moving away to school means adapting to an entirely new world. Along with college comes a new location, new schedule, new friends and what almost every girl is unsure about at one point in her life … new boys. So when it comes to dating in

Take Your Job Search to the Next Level With Social Media

Guest blogger Brittany Berger is a senior mass communications student at the University of Delaware and public relations specialist at She serves as publicity chair for a campus honor society, is technical chair for the campus dance marathon and is in a sorority. She loves tweeting and blogging at You use social media

Safety First: How to Survive Your 21st Birthday

By Rachael Smith, Student at Radford University For some college students, the biggest event of your upperclassmen years is finally reaching the milestone of turning 21 years old. My birthday is this summer and I have been waiting long enough to be included in bar-hopping and legally buying alcohol. However, the more I began to

Cyber Safety: Ways for College Women to Stay Safe Online

By Managing Editor Kara Apel, Alumna of the University of South Carolina When a University of Central Florida student received a Facebook message from a former classmate, she didn’t think it was weird at first. Soon after, the classmate turned into a full-blown stalker, bombarding her through various social networking accounts and even called her

Roomie Checklist: What You Need To Discuss Before Moving In

By Kelly Leslie, Student at San Francisco State University Do you know who you will be living with next year? Moving in with a new roommate is exciting, but there are some things you will want to discuss before you do. Check all of these items off of your list and the year ahead of

Money Matters: Why It’s OK to Splurge on Some College Necessities

By Tracey Rector, Alumna of IUPUI Let’s face it: It can be tough to be a college student and have to make large purchases out of your own pocket. Times are tough, and sometimes it’s just easier to buy the cheapest thing because it’s all you can afford — or so you think. For the

What I Wish I Would’ve Known: Having to Apply for My Major

By Kelly Leslie, Student at San Francisco State University I wish I would have known that I was going to have to apply for my major before I started college. I was accustomed to hearing people tell me I had plenty of time to figure out what I wanted to do during my four years

Sorority Chic: Prepping for Spring Semester Recruitment

By Hayley Eselevsky, Student at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Not only is it nerve-racking for those individuals going through sorority recruitment, but it can also be a scary experience for those doing the recruiting. For those of you who are starting sorority recruitment within the next few weeks, here are some helpful hints to