Road Trip to Zoo America!

Welcome to ZooAmerica, a famous zoo located within a famous place, Hershey Park, located in Hershey, PA. In case you were wondering, yet, this is in fact the same place “Hershey’s Chocolate” was invented. Now, unlike the typical animals you picture at a zoo, like giraffes, tigers, zebras, and the whole nine yards instead, this zoo […]

My Golden Ticket to snow-paradise: The Max Pass

Hey there adventure-seekers! For the most daring skiers and snowboarders out there, we are going to be discussing a little something called The Max Pass and trust me the “Max” part is going make your jaw drop! So here’s the situation, over the past four years I’ve had to pass up way too many good opportunities […]

Words Of Wisdom From Your TA

Almost every college professor has at least one teaching assistant, but sometimes a professor has a TA who’s also an undergraduate student. These people usually just grade papers and maybe hold some office hours to answer students’ questions. However, the experience is worth more than its value on a resume. A good TA will come […]

School’s Out for the Summer: How to Keep your Reps Engaged

  Colleges are letting out for the summer, and that usually means campus marketing shuts down across the nation. In the past, it was much more difficult to use student brand ambassadors for summer marketing because a majority leave campus. But with Go Commando you can, because students are always attached to their phones. Go Commando […]

This is ‘Us’: Addressing the diverse landscape of college campuses

Collecting survey data from Millennials and Gen Z can provide valuable insight into their thought processes, how they spend their time and money, and what is most important to them. However, with a social landscape filled with diversity, it’s essential to know what terms are appropriate (and which are NOT). We’ve broken down some of […]

Tapping Into Mobile Payments

When was the last time you went to the grocery store or gas station and paid in cash? Can you remember when you went to the bank or ATM to make a cash withdrawal? If you are like me, then you use your debit or credit card, or some sort of mobile payment system for all your […]

More Than Your Resume: How To Talk About Job Experience

You applied for the job and now you’ve got an interview! Congratulations! Now what? Chances are, the interviewer will ask about your goals, aspirations, and where you see yourself in five years. And you can bet that they’re going to ask about your employment history/previous work experience. As a young college student, it can be […]

Learning Study Habits Is Hard

Studying. We have all heard the term growing up, be it elementary school or schooling at a collegiate level, it is something that dawns over us as we educate ourselves. There is a reason for that. Whether you are ignorant or open-minded, whether it is forced or comes passively, we all develop study habits, good […]

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5 Books To Get You Into Reading

Reading isn’t for everyone, but some of us are trying to make it a better habit. Of course, if you ask any of your friends who read more avidly for book suggestions, they’ll probably say something like Les Mis or Moby Dick. Not that those aren’t wonderful books, but when you’re trying to make a […]