Season three, episode 17 of New Girl, titled “Sister II,” was more about Abby and how the apartment dynamic has changed as a result.
Where you buy textbooks could end up saving you hundreds of dollars.
Whether you’re moving into an apartment or a dorm this fall, you might be losing access to a kitchen.
Maybe you’re about to start your first week of college; or maybe you’ll be returning to the same apartment with the same roommates. Regardless of how you’re feeling (dread, excitement, stress or otherwise), it’s important to start the year with your room and your roommates on a good note.
Maybe this is just me, but when I’m starting a new job or internship, I think about where and what I’ll be having for lunch.
It seems like the Internet has made every day, or month, a food holiday. (Which we're definitely not complaining about.) As May draws to an end, it's important everyone is aware of National Hamburger Month. Disclaimer: I love meat.
The summer is the time to relax, start a job or internship or take a couple of classes. After finals, it can be hard to move back home and readjust to our typical diets. Most of us go through phases of what we eat on a daily basis, but now is the time to try something new (and not the cookie butter at Trader Joe’s). We’ve come up with three ways to adjust our diets to the summer, starting with the best: drinks.