The arrival of spring is less than a month away. March 30th marks the official start of spring. Many often partake in “spring cleaning” upon the new season’s arrival. Spring cleaning allows everyone to clean their house, dorm, or car. Beyond actual cleaning, spring cleaning can apply to another part of your life, organization. Staying organized in college can be difficult. Regular due dates, classes, and practices can make it easy for things to get out of control. Although staying organized may be difficult, it is still possible. The following is a quick guide that you can use to better your organizational skills.
Throughout life, there will be countless moments where budgeting is vital. One of the most notable moments where budgeting is essential is during one’s college years. The transition to college life is challenging in its own way, but what many see past is how finances and budgets make college significantly more difficult for a student and their families. From tuition to books to groceries, there is no shortage of financial hardships students face while embarking on this new journey. Although there are many challenges to face financially in college, there are various ways to make things easier for yourself regarding budgeting. Here are a few budgeting tips to make college life a bit more manageable.
At any college or university, a lack of food appeal within the dining hall is bound to happen to one at some point within a four-year tenure. King University is no different. However, specific tidbits can assist in the process of turning nothing into something. These tidbits are better known as hacks, and today we will learn how to hack the King University dining hall.
Dear King student, the editor of The Kayseean asked me to write an article on “how to make college worth it,” that is, how you might better your college experience and prepare for the future. I’m writing you a letter instead, because a letter tends to be more direct; I need to lay five things out in just a few words.