How to Avoid the Freshmen 15

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Today we feature advice from Catharine Rybeck, a junior public relations major from Barrington, NJ (Camden County). Catharine shares the lesson she’s learned on how to avoid the dreaded “Freshman 15.” So many students find themselves struggling to stay healthy while living on campus. We hear over and over again, “Watch those Freshman 15!” We […]

Meal Prepping on a College Budget

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Junior Brooke Dommenge, from Waldrick, NJ (Bergen County) shares her insight on meal prepping as a college student. Brooke double majors in public relations and communications studies, both within the College of Communication & Creative Arts.  Many college students struggle with maintaining a healthy diet while in school. Busy schedules and lack of funds often […]

Teaching Your Transfer to Cook

A leafy green salad is on a plate. It is topped with cranberries, grilled chicken, carrots, cheese and a light dressing.

An admissions ambassador within the Office of Admissions, sophomore Grace Coulthurst – a dual major in public relations and advertising – serves as a campus tour guide for incoming freshmen and transfers, as well as their parents. Today she shares insight and advice for parents on teaching your incoming transfer student to cook, before they go […]

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