Tag: campuses

What to Buy at Campus Bookstores During College Tours

Unless you’re an avid nature lover and collect pinecones from each campus you set foot on, or have some other quirky idea of ways to remember each college, you’ll probably be making the standard stop at the campus bookstore before leaving to hit the road. Here are some suggestions for which items are worth buying, so you can get the most out of your souvenir hunting at your next college visit.

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The Most Beautiful Libraries of Each Ivy League School

Libraries are more than just a place to cram during finals week. Not only are they are home to countless books and rare documents, library buildings also display impressive feats of architecture. These spaces have rich histories, from the accomplishments of their namesakes to the people who have traversed the halls since they were built. Below are some of the most impressive libraries the Ivy League has to offer; they are well worth a visit if you ever get the chance!

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How I Learned College Tours are Not Always Necessary

When it came to visiting college campuses, my choices were somewhat haphazard. The advice I had gotten in regards to the importance of visiting campuses had always been somewhat vague, so I wasn’t sure where to start; most people told me something along the lines of, “it’s helpful seeing the campus in person, especially when classes are in session and you can get a feel for what an average day as a student there is like.” While this is valid advice, there were several problems with that, as I came to learn after my visits were through.

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