Megan Reynolds


About Megan Reynolds

Megan loves listening to podcasts while doing all of her favorite things: researching, cooking, taking long road trips, and running in freezing temperatures. Curious to a fault, Megan thinks her personality is best suited for teaching so that she can constantly learn alongside her students. While she pursues a master’s degree in New York City, she hopes to share her strategies for conquering admissions and financial aid with all students who are interested in pursuing higher education. Stay tuned to see if she can break her undergraduate habit, formed at Emerson College, of pulling multiple all-nighters fueled by a mixture of coffee and Swiss Miss—the poor student’s mocha.



How to Prepare for a Safe Road Trip
I like to brag that I’m an expert road-tripper. I have visited all but five states in the U.S. by car and have driven across the country three times since I graduated from college. I can’t say that all of those trips have gone smoothly. In fact, one time I […]

How to Prepare for a Safe Road-Trip




Spring break safety tips
supergenijalac / Shutterstock.com High school and college spring break trips provide a necessary respite from the stress of college admissions, midterms, standardized test prep, and homework. It’s important to let go, but not to forgo safety practices. Make sure the memories you make are ones that you look back on […]

10 Spring Break Safety Tips







Why You Should Get a Flu Shot in College
eldar nurkovic / Shutterstock.com I know; you don’t want to think about flu season just yet. After all, it’s not officially fall for another couple of weeks. Can’t this conversation wait until the days are shorter and the air is more brisk? In short—nope, it can’t. So, let’s get started, […]

Why You Should Get a Flu Shot Now



How to Be Smart in Our National Parks this Summer
Zion National Park (Megan Reynolds) “Here is your country. Cherish these natural wonders, cherish the natural resources, cherish the history and romance as a sacred heritage, for your children and your children’s children.” - Theodore Roosevelt, 1906 On August 25, 2016, the National Park Service (NPS) will celebrate its 100th […]

How to Be Smart in Our National Parks This Summer