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Living in a dorm can be great. Your commute is short, you get a meal plan, and best of all, you get the dorm living experience! But living in a dorm can be… not always the most comfortable thing. The floors are hard and cold, and the lights are harsh. It can be hard to feel at home in your dorm but there are a lot of...

It’s always a hassle tidying up after the holiday season and moving back to the dorms and apartments! Putting away all the things you brought back from the break and making room for all the books and red bulls we’ll be needing this semester will take some work, but we got you covered with some helpful...

With four empty walls and all the photos of your favorite memories, there is a lot you can do to decorate your dorm space. Photos, posters and other art can make a dorm really feel like home. There are so many ways you can make it all work without using frames. Photo courtesy of Pexels One of the classics that...

As students, our rooms can get very messy, so decorating can just cause more clutter. But like everyone, we still want to get into the Halloween spirit, so here are some ways to decorate your room without making a mess. Hang it up Putting decorations on desks and shelves can be a recipe for clutter, especially...

Your new dorm might not feel like or smell like home, but there are definitely some ways you can make it your own. Despite the stigma around home décor and DIY only being for girls (which it’s not), creating and decorating your new living space is one of the most effective ways of making your new “house” a home. Go...

Whether it’s an apartment or dorm, there are plenty of options for students to live on campus. Doesn’t matter your classification, cultural background or personal interests, there is somewhere to live for everyone. Here are the 10 on-campus living options. DORMS Cougar Village 1 &...

You are closer to everything Living on campus means you are closer to all classes and university facilities. You don’t have to wake up at 7 a.m. for a 10 a.m. class and drive from home to college amidst all the road traffic. You can get a good sleep, wake up late and still won’t be late for classes — isn’t it awesome?...