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15 Valentine’s Day Date Concepts When You’re Balling on a Price...

Being a college student sometimes means sacrificing our holiday spending on necessities, like rent and groceries. When the important occasions come around, we stress over financial demands. Do I pay off my credit card debt or splurge on a ridiculously huge teddy bear, flowers, chocolate and dinner for Valentine’s Day? Your significant other deserves the…

Leading 10 SMART Objectives to Start Success in College

Goal setting can be tricky in college. Just trying to make it to an 8 a.m. class alone can be tough enough. On top of everything else going on in a college student’s life, there’s no clear-cut path on setting and accomplishing goals. But there are strategies to help.  giphy.com When talking to students about…

10 Ways to Gown Cute at Sorority Recruitment on a Spending...

Looking to make a great first impression during recruitment without draining your wallet? No problem. Hear from current sisters and experts in the process about how to walk into a room during recruitment and steal the show.Check out these 10 affordable outfits that help your personality shine through.1. Jeans, T-Shirt and (Clean) White Sneakersgiphy.comThe go-to…

10 Finest Travel Apps to Keep Your Journeys Inexpensive AF

Planning your next trip? Don’t let money hold you back. App stores can solve that problem for you with a whole bunch of travel apps right at your fingertips. With all that money saved and prices brought down, you can plan to vacation before without worrying about drying up your bank account. Your wanderlust will…

10 Things to do in Boston on a Spending Plan this...

It’s almost here— warm days filled with low-stress, smiles and the comfort of home. Yes, summer is just a few weeks away. Living in the Boston area, I’ve found some exciting things any college student, whether coming back home or sticking around, can enjoy this summer. I know it might seem like a pipe dream…

10 Ways to Get Contraception on a Budget Plan

In a day and age where people use their voices to fight back on the injustices of the world, you would think that necessities like birth control would be accessible to all women. Unfortunately, this isn’t the reality. The extra expense, unavailability of the desired brand, or insurance make birth control unavailable to a lot…

Professional Spotlight: Discovering the Right First Charge Card

Taxes and credit scores and paperwork, oh my! Adulting sneaks up on you quickly in college and independence comes with some not so fun chores, such as applying for a credit card. Rest assured, many credit companies have credit cards designed specifically for college students that accommodate things like unsteady incomes and no previous credit…

How to Travel as a Young, Dumb and Broke University Student

If you find yourself daydreaming about sandy beaches and warm weather while sitting in your 8:00 a.m. lecture, then you should consider finally making that dream a reality. While traveling and living on a budget don’t seem like they would go hand in hand, neither does school and a social life half the time. Like…

Spending plan: Buhari’s 2.3 m per barrel, $60 dollar oil criteria...

Mr Bank-Anthony Okoroafor, an energy expert, says the projected 2.3 million barrel of crude oil production per day and 60 dollar oil benchmark in the 2019 budget is not realistic. President Muhammadu Buhari (M), presenting the 2019 Budget at the National Assembly in Abuja on Wednesday Nigerians won’t be raped again, Lauretta Onochie vows Okoroafor,…

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