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Offer your email address up to clubs and activities and you'll always be in the know about the cool things happening on campus.
Sarah Van Zanten, 15, was lying on the floor, an ice pack on her aching ribs.
College clubs often get all the best information for work opportunities first - after all, these contacts have been made over many, many years – and will provide you with a great way to get ahead, network and have fun!
Check out your school’s activity office for a club that interests you!
The refreshing thing about college is that, for the most part, you're as new to everyone else as they are to you!
— Jen, 20, junior at Pennsylvania State University Choosing a seat carefully on the first day of class is crucial.
Getting hurt was the furthest thing from Sarah’s mind when she met Joe at a back-to-school dance in September 2004, the start of her sophomore year. “I was crazy about him and about being in a new fun relationship,” she says. Joe, knowing Sarah left before dawn for crew practice—she eventually became team captain—began sending her text messages at 4 a.m.
But more importantly, always try to stick with a girlfriend!
— Christine, 20, junior at Emmanuel College Naps aren't just for old people…
Studies (and college students' bodies) show that if you don't use a tray, you take less food – meaning that you eat and waste less! (But don’t forget to return everything clean and in a timely manner!
— Cara, 22, senior at Cornell University Your roommate(s) can be great sources for formal dresses, going out clothes or comfy hoodies. ) — Katherine, 20, junior at the College of William and Mary Get inside tips for internships and jobs from those who know best: your classmates and upperclassmen!
A 2005 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that of 6,888 high school girls surveyed nationally, 1 in 11 had been hit, slapped or punched by an intimate partner.