First-time college students and parents of first-time college students can get quite stressed when thinking of all the changes that are going to take place. As a recent college grad, I have some tips to help get you through this transitional time.
Buying school supplies doesn’t have to be boring. No longer are plain notebooks and yellow No. 2 pencils the go-to for back to school. Stock up on these fun supplies, and you might actually want to go back to school.
With About magazine’s four fashion-forward collections—sweet florals, moto chic and grunge layers for teens, bright color block for younger kids—you’ll head home with some signature pieces that can create several unique and stylish outfits.
It can be a difficult decision for parents choosing a school to send their children to, driven by a number of factors. Sometimes, the decision is made based on finding a curriculum that incorporates religious beliefs and values.
As high school seniors and their parents spend the upcoming school year planning their futures and choosing their colleges, they may want to sharpen their focus and take a look at Stark County. Stark County is home to five — yes, five — highly respected colleges and universities.
Gone are the days when the most exciting thing happening in school supplies is pink erasers, No. 2 pencils and brown paper grocery bags for textbook covers. Today’s supplies are so fun, colorful and imaginative, kids will be thrilled to head back to school. We found these items at Staples.