Fun things to do instead of clubbing

Students find that they are exposed to a lot of independence when they start studying for the first time. Enjoying clubs and their newfound freedom for the first time can sometimes wear thin and take a toll on their budget. If you study you need to keep your funds available for study material food and living costs so partying around the clock is sometimes out of the question. Alcohol and partying can also take a toll on your health which means you need to find some other activities that are a little calmer and a bit more productive. If you are a social butterfly that enjoys going out at least four nights a week, kudos to you but if you would like to save a little money and have fun in other ways there are many alternatives to choose from. Click here to learn more about saving money as a student.

Fun things to do instead of clubbing

Start a side business with arts and crafts. It is a great idea for students to make a little extra money by showing off their entrepreneurial skills. You can learn so much from starting your own little side business and you will enjoy the benefit of actually making and saving your own money. Learn how to bead or perhaps make clothing or jewelry and start selling it on campus. You will love the idea of becoming famous for your designs and after purchasing the crafting materials you will enjoy the profit you make.

By saving all your clubbing money you can invest in a few cookbooks so that you can start your own food adventure. Experiment with different things and see how far your culinary skill goes. Make the most out of every meal by getting rid of anything instant and cooking from scratch. You might think you are unable to create any meals like mom does but you will surprise yourself. It is also great to get involved in a student campaign that you feel passionate about. See which campaigns are running and get active with likeminded individuals that feel the same way you do about a certain cause. Take a look at the foundation for defense of democracies to learn more from this foundation that so actively stands for democracy and heads up many activism situations.

Read a book at a café. Enjoy a cup of good coffee or tea and read a book. Reading is great for you and by just enjoying the relaxing environment in the café you will feel rejuvenated and ready for any tests or assignments. While you are at it you can also actively get involved in a charity project on campus that will provide you with a satisfying experience and a fulfilled mindset. These are all activities that will give you a reason to save a bit of money instead of spending it and you will feel the pleasure of doing something meaningful in your free time. Click here to read more about relaxing during examination times.

Student News You Probably Missed Out On

There are plenty of students who love to stay clued up on politics, news and general world information.  But it’s hard to stay on top of things when all news channels only seem to focus on a certain popular aspect of the country.  Lately every news channel, social media news site and news website have been focusing on Donald Trump’s victory with the elections.  Hundreds of Donald Trump jokes, memes and quotes are flooding the internet and every news channel seems to have some interesting piece of gossip on America’s latest president.  And yes, they have a good point because very few people expected Trump to ever run for president and since he won the elections he have been making some big changes in the world.   But there are plenty of other information that students also need to stay clued up on.  Here are some of the major world news feeds that you probably missed out on since everyone started talking about the new president.

Student News You Probably Missed Out On

America’s relationship with Turkey is more fragile than ever before

For the past sixty years, relationships between America and Turkey have been quite well but things are quickly starting to change.  The Foundation for Defense of Democracies have always been keeping a close eye on all of the countries close relationships and is trying to keep the peace as far as possible.  Recent studies have shown that Turkey governments have started growing animosity against America and the FDD is even advising to move military basis currently in Turkey out of the country to protect soldiers against possible hostility.  The news affects you as a student because if things get serious it could greatly affect the possibility for students to move to Turkey or work in Turkey.

Life is getting more dangerous for students across the globe

It seems that student life is becoming more and more dangerous all over the world.  More students are starting to commit aggressive and violent actions against fellow students in our modern supposedly more peaceful lifestyle.  School violence is on the rise, putting more students and teacher’s lives in danger and more bully situations are being captured on camera than ever before.  The degree of the violent actions between students is also increasing.  From extremely aggressive bullying to life threatening actions are starting to surface more and more.

There’s a constant war going on about your literary classes

Some historical literary books like “To Kill a Mockingbird,” by Harper Lee and the all classic “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” is causing huge debates in school systems due to some of the racial slurs used in the books.  The novel; “To Kill a Mockingbird” have been removed and reinstated 13 times around the country and “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” is one of the most frequently banned books in the country.  But these literary works only seem to come back due to community arguments that claim that these are timeless stories and deserve a place in American history.  We only can wonder how the constant changes in banning and reinstating literature will affect student grades.