Housing

New York was the most popular city on Instagram in 2017

Three NYC landmarks were of the photo-sharing app’s most tagged locations By Kerry Barger  Tourists from around the world travel to New York City to sight-see, sample the local cuisine and post on Instagram, apparently. This week, the photo-sharing app … Read More

An example of why you should always follow your dreams

by Jessica Sama If pursuing your dreams means being brave, then yes, Giulia Moser, 26-year-old , is a good example of this. Giulia is an Italian student who has just finished her internship experience in New York. 9 months ago, … Read More

Student Housing Works has added Boston to it’s housing inventory

We are pleased to announce our newly added furnished apartments in Boston.   The new selection of inventory is within the Student Housing Works’ high quality standard that can be found in New York City. The housing options consist of … Read More

The most helpful apps for students

Published on October 12, 2017 by Leela  Ikawaa It seems as though there’s an app out there for everything nowadays. From fitness to shopping, and even to finance, there’s nothing an app hasn’t covered. So, we’ve decided to give you … Read More

Got the Travel Bug? Here’s How to Cure it on a Budget!

Let’s be honest! The main reason you decided to go study abroad is hardly academic. It’s all about the travel! For most people, it’s a unique chance to see the world and visit as many places as possible. Of course, … Read More

Columbia University Student Discounts in New York CIty

TUN.com has a quick fix for this aggravating feeling. TUN partnered with 16000+ merchants to compile a database of your local businesses offering a student discount. The platform is easy to use as it comes equipped with an interactive map. … Read More

COLLEGE ENROLLMENT TIPS

The enrollment tip sheet in the link below is intended to provide important college information. In addition to using this guide, students should make sure that they regularly check their mail, their college email address, and college school portal account over the … Read More

Five Lessons I’ve Learned in My First Year

Five Lessons I’ve Learned in My First Year By Amanda Urban Grad School is a Blast and Half Graduate school is a scary notion. We all wonder: How on Earth am I going to balance grad school, working, and my … Read More

Transitioning from soccer to theater

Brady On Transition Transitioning from soccer to theater is an emotional experience considering I am a senior. My soccer season ended with a last minute injury that sidelined me for my senior game. Discouraged, my teammates and coaches were by … Read More

6 Ways To Prepare For Business School During Undergrad

By Gretchen Kernbach  It may not be the end of the road for you after college if you plan on pursuing a career in business. Typically, prospective business students attend grad school after completing their four-year undergrad degree. A MBA … Read More