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Lego Replica of Ohio State Stadium

Thought you loved Legos as a child? Well, one Ohio State associate professor took his fascination of Legos to extreme–building an exact replica of Ohio Stadium. Paul M.L. Janseen used his off-office hours to construct this 1:100 scale model which cost roughly $75,000, according Wired.

Selfless Teacher Pays Student’s Tuition

One math teacher and a promise adds up to a moving story of friendship and commitment. Tony Apuzzi, a math teacher in the Bronx sold his prize possessions, including signed Yankees baseballs, in order to put a past student through college, according to The Jackson Sun. Jaselle Ruiz was Apuzzi’s math student when she was … Continue reading

Golden Voice Leads To Golden Opportunities

College is hard. There’s no way around that. Classes are demanding and many times you may feel lost and defeated. You may feel like giving up on your major or your dream career. But always remember– a door will always open for those who are determined and dedicated.  Take it from Ted Williams– The Man … Continue reading

Smart Money: Champion Apparel

What is Smart Money?  Smart Money are posts dedicated to saving you cash at your campus bookstore.  We scope out the latest deals just for you!  So what’s today’s Smart Money savings?  All Champion apparel is now Buy One, Get One 50% off.  Check with your campus bookstore for valid offer dates.

Mission Impossible: Living With Your Parents After College

It never gets easier–  No, not calculus.  Not staying organized.  Not quitting your caffeine addiction.  What never gets easier is– moving back in with your parents for winter or summer break. I ❤ my parents, don’t get me wrong.  But, I truly love being able to come home at all hours of the night from…the library.  … Continue reading

10 Resolutions For College Students

As a college student, there are plenty of resolutions you could make for the New Year. You could resolve to organize your dorm room or to always make your bed before leaving for class. Those resoultions are just fine, but why not stick to some resolutions, which will help you reach your collegiate and professional … Continue reading

Let It Snow–On Campus

Snow on campus means sledding on dining hall food trays (garbage bags work well, too), snowball fights and building snowmen (all in between getting some work done, right?)! We were hit with a major storm on the east coast and now have about 15 inches of snow. I just can’t wait to shovel out my … Continue reading

Procratinator’s Delight: Last-Minute Holiday Gifts

You’re a college student, which means you most likely A) Didn’t have time to shop during finals B) Don’t have much money to spend on gifts C) Are a total procrastinator or D) Any or all of the above. With that in mind, I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Now, some … Continue reading

Top 10 Christmas Movies For College Students

With Christmas just around the corner, what better way to get into the holiday spirit than with some classic holiday movies? Not sure which movies to DVR or pick up from a Red Box? Here are our top 10 Christmas movies for college students. 10. The Santa Clause: Some gifts are given to us when … Continue reading

Productive Procrastination

Everyone is guilty of it whether you are in college or not. It’s that pit in your stomach feeling– The inevitable cloud looming over your head. What is it? Procrastination. There are many forms of procrastination and how you choose to waste time varies depending on your guilty pleasures. For me, the hours fly by … Continue reading