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10 Things An Out-of-State Student From Chicago Experiences

Breana Brill | Posted 11.11.2014 | Chicago
Breana Brill

Being from out-of-state can be rough, especially if you're from one of the best cities in the world. Don't get me wrong, I love college, but I also love my hometown.

25 Ways To Keep The Summer Camp Dream Alive For Your Kids This Fall

Jenny Isenman | Posted 10.28.2014 | Parents
Jenny Isenman

Start by taking all of their electronics and tech items. If they want to text a friend, they'll have to write a letter. They'll complain a little, but deep down, they love to be disconnected.

The International Student Plight

Mikaela Reyes | Posted 06.23.2014 | College
Mikaela Reyes

As an international student, it was hard to relate to people who didn't understand the setting I came from. I'd sometimes find myself using a word from my language that didn't have a direct translation in English. Or feeling the need to reference something from back home.

How To Deal With Homesickness Your Freshman Year

| Posted 09.10.2013 | Teen

By Lola Kolade No matter how excited you may be about college life, even the most independent freshmen can find themselves struck with homesickness...

Separation Anxiety: On Feeling Homesick

Dr. Debbie Magids | Posted 11.21.2012 | Healthy Living
Dr. Debbie Magids

Figure out what's going on for you when you're feeling off and do your best to release it. Always make sure you're not the one sabotaging what you want out of life.

Camp Phone Calls Could End A Marriage

Jenny Isenman | Posted 09.11.2012 | Parents
Jenny Isenman

It's sleepaway camp season and everyone is getting their calls from the kiddos. I've found a pattern: I desperately want to strangle my husband after each call.

Notes of an Ex-Pat 3: Are You Lonesome Tonight?

W. Hunter Roberts | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
W. Hunter Roberts

What is home, anyhow? I was lonesome for Europe for 30 years after returning to the States. Finally I am back here. Sometimes it's hard, but sometimes it's glorious. What does it matter when or where we die?