Spring break has come and gone and as with many other college students, you may find that in its wake, you’re afraid to check your finances — especially your credit card statements. From overspending on lodging to using your card for restaurant visits and nights out, there are a number of common vacation spending practices […]

Itching to roast some marshmallows, reconnect with nature or breathe in that woody campfire scent? Camping is a great, low-cost way to get out of your house and hometown and to enjoy the great outdoors. Michigan is full of natural beauty, and its gorgeous landmarks and forests lend themselves to some wonderful campsites. Read on […]

Spring is right around the corner, which means traveling is on everyone’s mind, making this a great time to talk about indoor gardening. You may be wondering what traveling and indoor gardening have in common; not only is indoor gardening a great way to grow your own produce, but it also allows you to enjoy […]

After a long, brutal winter, glimpsing a patch of verdant green grass poking out from beneath the sheets of snow will probably make you pause on your walk across campus. Spring is on the horizon; the air is getting warmer and the birds are flying back home — to Michigan State University. You may be […]

After finally adapting to our fall schedules, daylight saving time (DST) is poised to throw us off our routine. Prepare to lose an hour of sleep in exchange for longer, lighter days on Sunday, March 8. Benjamin Franklin first thought of this biannual time travel as a way to make better use of the daylight […]