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Renting in college towns sucks sometimes. From skeezy landlords to leaky ceilings and roommate drama, I’ve lived through it all. In order to persevere, here are some of my tips for making renting as painless as possible.
A massive fire burned parts of the 850-year-old Notre Dame on April 17. In hours, more than $1 billion were pledged toward a fund to rebuild the church.
Did you do your taxes yourself this glorious tax season? Did you do them with the help of the internet? Do you understand tax code or how new tax laws will impact you? If you’re like most Americans, you probably don’t, and that’s not good.
If you’re an IU student, chances are you know about the excitement of Little 500, and its parties. You might not know the binge drinking at these parties can lead to alcoholism later.
The 24-hour news cycle is exhausting, and keeping up with it can be bad for your health. While it's tempting to stay in the loop, sometimes you need to take a break.
If you've taken a college course or worked a part-time job, chances are doctor's notes are required for excused absences. For those of us with insurance or who are located near our regular doctor, this might not be a problem.
Specialty gear for different types of terrain. Hundreds of dollars for tents you can only use in certain seasons. Access fees to get into National Parks. Spending countless hours working to understand the landscapes around you and techniques needed to thrive in that landscape.