Posts Tagged ‘infographic’

The Shelf Life of Food

The Shelf Life of Food

With notoriously tight budgets and a tendency to be a bit forgetful when it comes to the contents of their fridges, college students are prone to be somewhat unwilling to throw out a carton of milk that’s a week or two over the “sell by” date. After all, you paid a whole $2 for that ...

DIY Smartphone Gloves

DIY Smartphone Gloves

Thanks to capacitive touchscreens, which use the conductive power of the human body to activate, winter becomes a tough time to use a smartphone. But with a little old fashion hacking, we’ll solve that problem. We’re going to turn your favorite pair of gloves into static generating smartphone gloves using the power of conductive thread. ...

Infographic: Cider is the New Beer

Infographic: Cider is the New Beer

College is, first and foremost, all about you getting the best education you can to prepare yourself for life.   But on a secondary level, college is also all about discovering your tastes, interests, preferences, and celebrating the freedom that comes with getting older.  For some college students, one of the things they discover about ...

The Great Bacon Shortage (Infographic)

The Great Bacon Shortage (Infographic)

While you’re striving to hack the collegiate life, between keeping up with your studies and making time for your social life, one of the biggest challenges is knowing how to cook on a budget. When you’re burnt out on ramen and sick of spaghetti, it’s comforting to know that one of the tastiest treats out ...

Mitt Romney: Who Are the 47%? (Infographic)

Mitt Romney: Who Are the 47%? (Infographic)

Of the 47% of us that pay no income tax, Mitt Romney has stated: “My job is not to worry about those people. I’ll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives.” Last night, the independent news blog, Mother Jones leaked an excruciating video of Mitt Romney addressing a private ...

Infographic: The Taco Bell Takeover

Infographic: The Taco Bell Takeover

If you’re like most college students, chances are you’ve indulged in at least one late-night fast food run during your college career. Each year, Americans spend over $110 billion on fast food alone, but the Taco Bell empire has long been a fan favorite. The first Taco Bell opened in Downey, California on March 21, ...

Infographic: We Love Ramen

Infographic: We Love Ramen

Ramen has been a staple in American student cuisine for quite some time now, because of how inexpensive and edible it is. Ramen can also be quite filling if you add some of your own signature cooking hacks to it. This original Hack College Infographic was created because we, like many students around the world ...