best dorms - page 2

Jul 17, 2011

Candy Dish: Campus Scoop

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Jul 3, 2011

Candy Dish: Campus Scoop

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Candy Dish: Campus Scoop

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Jun 26, 2011

Candy Dish: Campus Scoop

•The greatest 90's pop culture phenomenona •Things you should NOT say to recent graduates •Surviving the summer after college graduation •Are computer labs becoming obsolete? •Prepping for college orientation •How to make a power breakfast for your internships •Are single-sex dorms the answer to combating binge drinking and hook ups?

Jun 19, 2011

Candy Dish: Campus Scoop

•How to keep your mind sharp this summer •Write the perfect thank-you note for all your interviewers •The hidden costs of college •Getting your groove on around campus •Five easy ways to save money in college •Break the stereotype of the "needy millennial" •The secret they don't tell you in school

Jun 5, 2011

Nov 10, 2010

My Dream Dorm Checklist

According to our friends at The Huffington Post, the prices of dorm living are getting absolutely ridiculous. The highest right now is going for over seventeen grand at The New School! I don’t know about you, but when I think of dorm living, I imagine cramped quarters, worn carpeting, and communal bathrooms – nothing worth spending a year's salary on. With that being said, if I’m shelling out that kind of cash for a room in a dorm, I’m getting diva-esque.