Monthly Archives: May 2018



The Realities of Post-College Life
Rawpixel.com / Shutterstock.com You’ve probably heard people tout the phrase “college is the best four years of your life.” It’s become an oft-quoted phrase for a reason… college is fun! You’re surrounded by people your own age, who have at least some of the same desires and interests that you […]

The Realities of Post-College Life


Morgan Anderson's College Story: The Windy Road to a Pharm.D
Morgan Anderson Morgan Anderson followed in her father’s footsteps and attended St. Olaf College, a small liberal arts college in Northfield, MN. She didn’t stay for the duration of her undergraduate degree, though. When her career aspirations made an about-face, from veterinary science to pharmacy, she transferred to the University […]

My College Story: The Windy Road to a Pharm.D



The Best Ways to Find Books to Read for Fun
Rawpixel.com / Shutterstock.com With classes over and textbooks returned, summer is a great time to read books for pleasure! Whether you’re sitting by the pool, stretched out in a hammock, or relaxing at the park, the only accessory you need is a great book to get lost in. But with […]

The Best Ways to Find Books to Read for Fun


How to Succeed in Your Summer Classes
Kate Aedon / Shutterstock.com Summer is the perfect time to catch up on all the for-fun books you neglected to read during the school year, to binge watch all your favorite television shows, and to relax without having to worry about homework and your GPA. Being productive during the summer, […]

How to Succeed in Your Summer Classes


How to Initiate and Have Difficult Conversations with Your Roommate
9nong / Shutterstock.com Note: This post was submitted to Student Caffé by Dan Chabert, an entrepreneur, husband, and ultramarathon distance runner from Copenhagen, Denmark. He spends most of his time co-managing home sites including That Sweet Gift, BornCute, and ContractorCulture, and health sites like Runnerclick and Nicer Shoes. He has also been featured on many running […]

How to Initiate and Have Difficult Conversations with Your Roommate