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5 Things to Stop Worrying About Right Now

This point of the semester is the worst—midterms, meetings, new leader elections, and the looming stress of the end of the year. I totally get it; I sometimes have so much to do that I just want to curl up in bed and watch Netflix instead. It’s okay to feel overwhelmed at times, but be

10 Ways to Dress Up Your Space

Looking for ways to spruce up your space for spring? It’s time to add personal touches to your dorm room and jazz it up and make it feel like home. 1. Better Lighting: Dorm room lighting can be a bit industrial–to put it nicely. Dorm room lights just aren’t inviting and they remind you more

What We’re Reading: Tips for College Seniors

For some college students, graduation is quickly approaching with mixed feelings of excitement, fear and sadness. College is considered to be, “the time of your life” and after that, you’re in the real world and have to become an adult; there’s no question, transitioning from college into the real world is hard. Chicster, and recent

#FollowFriday: What We Read and Shared this Week

Happy March, Chicsters! Congratulations. You’ve finally made it to Friday, so take a quick break and check out great UChic.com highlights this week: LYD Star- Weesie Vieira: “Meet Weesie Vieira. Don’t let her sweet and bubbly persona throw you off– behind her amicable smile and fashion sense,she’s a diligent publicist proving her way to the top. Though

LYD Star: Weesie Vieira

Meet Weesie Vieira. Don’t let her sweet and bubbly persona throw you off– behind her amicable smile and fashion sense,she’s a diligent publicist proving her way to the top. Though her birthday cake candle-count has yet to reach 30, her lengthy list of accolades shows that age alone does not define ability. The position of publicist is frequently

Sorority Savvy: Balancing Sisters and School Friends

The life of a sorority sister is a busy one. It seems as though there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done. With so many Greek commitments and events to attend, it’s often hard to find a spare moment to socialize with non-Greeks. Here are some ways to find a balance

The Oscars! Our Chicster Recap

For most colleges and universities, we are in the midst of midterms and, as college students, we are studying like crazy to get the best grades.  In case you missed it in your study-induced stupor; Sunday, March 2, 2014 was the 86th annual Academy Award Ceremony in Hollywood.  Along with the epic Celeb Selfie above; this

#FollowFriday: What We Read and Shared This Week

Can you believe it’s nearly March? We’re ready to start thinking spring. You’ve finally made it to Friday, so take a quick break and check out great UChic.com highlights this week: Sorority Savvy: The Best Advice Before You Bid: “During the first few weeks after your arrival on campus, you’re bombarded by various student groups all

Sorority Savvy: The Best Advice Before You Bid

During the first few weeks after your arrival on campus, you’re bombarded by various student groups all of which encouraging you to join them. By all means sign up for as many things as you’d like, it’s not like you can’t ever say, “no” after you sign up. Signing up for different smaller opportunities helps

Real World Reality Check: 3 Things I Wish I’d Known in College

As an undergrad at Manhattan College, I quickly became consumed with classes, internships, cheerleading practices and games, all while making the most out of my social life. I graduated in May 2012 and am currently a Special Events Manager. The transition from college student with a flexible, yet packed, schedule to working full-time was a
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