No matter where you live in college, from a tiny dorm room to a spacious off-campus apartment, your space should be a place of comfort. Your surroundings can affect how you feel and function, so take the time to customize your new place. Use these eight tips to warm up your space and make you feel right at home.… Continue reading
Now that the gorgeous summer weather is here, no one wants to be inside—even when it comes to exercising. Plus, with varying stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and new hours/temporary closures for gyms, you might be burnt out on indoor fitness. We’ve gathered five summer workouts that let you get your sweat on outside—and add a little variety to your fitness routine!… Continue reading
While this summer might look different than years past due to the global pandemic still in effect, many things haven’t changed. You can still lounge in a hammock, by a pool, or on a beach (safely, of course), and devour a good book. Whether you’re looking for a beach read or an inspiring biography—we’ve got you covered. We put together the essential summer reading list with six books for college students, organized by genre.… Continue reading
Here at EPOCH, we aim to help others on a daily basis. While we’re currently experiencing trying times, we believe it’s even more imperative to support our residents, neighbors, and friends. Here are just a few ideas for safely spreading joy in your community while maintaining safe practices and social distancing.… Continue reading
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.… Continue reading
Updated July 30, 2020.
As a response to the ongoing global crisis caused by COVID-19, EPOCH Clemson has taken measures to ensure the safety of our residents, team members, and community.… Continue reading
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.… Continue reading
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.… Continue reading
You might notice as soon as the holiday season ends, all advertisements, marketing, and retail stores start promoting another winter holiday—Valentine’s Day. This loved-fueled celebration is right around the corner, and contrary to popular opinion, it can be a fun day for everyone.… Continue reading