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8 Clean Eating Tips for College Students

 March 31, 2020  |  

8 Clean Eating Tips for College Students

Clean eating is a healthy living method that encourages you to eat more whole, nutritious food instead of processed options. Different from a specific diet, clean eating is more of a lifestyle change to create balanced and healthy routines. To embrace healthier habits at college, try these eight clean eating tips. 

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How to Embrace the Minimalist Lifestyle in College

 February 27, 2020  |  

How to Embrace the Minimalist Lifestyle in College

Accumulating possessions is a part of life, but you might be asking yourself, how much stuff is too much? A smaller living space in college (such as a dorm room or apartment) can leave you feeling crowded and overwhelmed with all of your possessions. It’s not an ideal feeling to have when you’re trying to focus on excelling in school and preparing for the real world. If you find yourself feeling this way, it might be time to embrace the trend of minimalism. 

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Need help finding someone to take over your lease?

 January 30, 2020  |  

Need help finding someone to take over your lease?

If you’re an EPOCH resident who has signed a lease, but taking a semester abroad or taking time off, you might be worried about what to do. While you want to keep your amazing room, apartment and roommate setup, you don’t want to be on the hook for covering your portion of the monthly rent. Don’t stress! This is a common occurrence with university communities. We call it a lease takeover (LTO), where you find another student to sublet your room for a designated period, typically a semester.

To navigate your lease take over, use these tips and resources. 

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How to Make Your Routine Work for You in 2020

 December 20, 2019  |  

How to Make Your Routine Work for You in 2020

If you are a human being who functions in the world, then you are familiar with New Year’s resolutions and, most likely, have written some for yourself at one point. But chances are, you’re also no stranger to how difficult it can be to maintain those resolutions past January 31—and you are not alone. An estimated 80 percent of Americans are not optimistic about sticking to their resolutions, and another 42 percent think it’s a “pointless” ritual to begin with, based on a survey from YouGov.  

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College Holiday Party Ideas: 4 Tips for Throwing a Pre-Break Gathering

 December 4, 2019  |  

College Holiday Party Ideas: 4 Tips for Throwing a Pre-Break Gathering

As the holidays approach, you may consider having one last party before everyone heads in separate directions for winter break. Timing a party around the holidays and finals can be tricky, but it can also be one of the best stress-relieving ways to wind down and celebrate a successful semester. Use these simple college holiday party ideas to plan your gathering.

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Clemson Tailgating Tips from Upperclassmen and Alumni

 October 29, 2019  |  

Clemson Tailgating Tips from Upperclassmen and Alumni

College football in the south is kind of a big deal. From a three-time, national title-winning team to all-day tailgates, Saturdays in Clemson are hard to beat. While football games and tailgating can be loads of fun, a little planning is necessary to ensure your day is a success. We’ve chatted with upperclassmen and Tiger Alumni to get the best insider Clemson Tailgating Tips. 

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Avoid Common College Stressors as the Holidays Approach

 October 17, 2019  |  

Avoid Common College Stressors as the Holidays Approach

It’s almost time for winter break! And though for some that may be the best news they’ve heard all week, for others it brings anxiety. There are a ton of things that can add to your stress level as the end of your first semester draws near. Here’s how to avoid or better manage those college stressors so that your last few weeks aren’t anxiety-ridden, and your winter break is happy and fun. 

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