DIY Upgrades for Your Study Space

DIY Upgrades for Your Study Space

Whether you study the recommended 90 minutes per credit hour or tend to plow through your homework right before class, you will have no doubt spent a significant amount of time at your favorite work spot by the end of your college career. Below are several tips for optimizing that space for maximum productivity. Tidy ...

Why You Should: Follow the News

Why You Should: Follow the News

What is it about millennial’s not being up to date on current events? The news is important and filled with information we should all know about, especially because a lot of it directly pertains to us. I know cat videos and quizzes identifying which NSYNC member you’re the most similar to are more entertaining, but ...

HackCollege Reviews: ColorNote

HackCollege Reviews: ColorNote

ColorNote is an Android note app well suited for keeping tabs on everything you do and everything you need to remember. Its has an ideal category system that offers plenty of convenient tools like check lists and detailed notes. I stumbled upon ColorNote years ago when I transitioned to using solely Android mobile devices. I ...

How To: Get Started Journaling

How To: Get Started Journaling

Maybe starting a journal was your New Year’s resolution. Maybe you tried to keep a diary as a kid and always failed. Maybe you want to work on regulating your emotions or keep a record of your productivity. Whatever your motivation, keeping a journal has a plethora of benefits and many different forms. If you’re ...

High-Tech Note-Taking

High-Tech Note-Taking

The art of note-taking has advanced far beyond paper and pencil in the classroom. Like many tasks nowadays, there are a wealth of digital options that revolutionize the entire process. Allow me to introduce you to three top-notch note-taking tools: OneNote, Evernote, and Google Keep. All three let you work directly through a web browser ...