It’s Thursday night. All your friends are going out, and you have an exam tomorrow. Your friends are getting all dressed up, listening to music and ... let's face it ... they’re having more fun than you are studying for your exam.
When we’re placed in situations like these, it can be difficult to convince yourself that you are making the right decision by staying in and studying.
Students and faculty stressed the importance of getting “plugged in” with clubs, student leadership, going Greek, volunteering, etc. However, what they failed to mention to us was the importance of getting involved with a campus ministry.
Getting “plugged in” with a campus ministry is incredibly important because it allows students to build lasting friendships with a community of believers while growing in their spiritual journey.
Ever wondered how on earth you can take the latest fashions and turn them into something you can actually wear?
Laura Iglehart takes pieces from Spring 2013’s New York Fashion Week and lets you know what you can wear now and how to do it!
If you’re a reader of Cosmopolitan magazine or listen to Cosmo Radio on SiriusXM, then the words “Fun Fearless Female” sound familiar to you. But just because it might be a term you’ve never heard before doesn’t mean it can’t apply to you.
We all have it in us; we’re all capable of being fun and fearless - even if you think you can’t. What you think and what you are actually capable of are two different things.
Cosmo Radio Host Lea Palmieri (@LittleLeaP) and Producer Stephanie Ramos (@ImStephRamos) are joining us for a chat on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 9 p.m. ET.
We'll be chatting about everything from careers in radio to finding internships. Have a question you'd like us to ask? Leave us a comment!
When I first started college, I was all about socializing, making friends and going to parties.
What I didn’t know then was that my time would have been much better spent socializing and making friends within campus groups.
It’s one of the biggest decisions you will have to make in your collegiate experience: apartment or dorm?
On some campuses, students are expected to live in dorms every year until graduation. Others have so many freshmen that sophomores are given the boot and are forced to move off campus.
You’re going to have some really great days and really bad days, and you need to fight through them to have the best college experience possible.
Remember, you can’t always get what you want, but you have to fight some bad days to have the best days of your life. Don’t ever give up on anything!
Success is something that every human being strives for, regardless of what they consider to be success.
College students define success in so many different ways, and this blog only touches on a few of them.
Labor Day weekend has passed, and school is officially back. We all know what that means ... it's time to get organized.
This is my favorite time of the year, but if you're anything like me, it takes a little effort after a summer filled with rest and relaxation. Are you stressed about getting back into the swing of things? Here are some tips that are sure to help you out!