Home > Blog > For Students, By Students

For Students, By Students

Meals Under $20 That You Can Make In Your Dorm

Angela DiMarco is a current finance & accounting senior at Saint Joseph’s University! She grew up right outside Philly in Kennett Square, PA, and loves living in the city. After…

Read More

Phila-nthropy: a Glimpse into Philadelphia’s Non-Profit Community

Mitchell Schuman grew up outside of Pittsburgh, PA (Here We Go Steelers!), before moving east to attend Villanova University. After graduating from Villanova in 2018, he worked for a technology…

Read More

A Small Food Guide Through a Big City

Kysha Brown is a recent college graduate from Arcadia University with a B.A in English and a minor in Pan African Studies. She enjoys photography and writing food reviews in…

Read More

The 5 Best Reasons to Get Involved On Campus This Year

Diana Dopheide is a recent graduate from Penn State University. She holds a degree in Communications, and she hopes to pursue careers in Journalism and Public Relations. She is passionate…

Read More

5 Tips to Survive Graduate School While Working Full-Time During a Pandemic

Tiffany Wiedeman is currently an Associate Specialist at Merck in the Greater Philadelphia Area. She has received her Bachelor’s in Biology from Duquesne University and holds a Master’s in Health…

Read More

How This Michigander Fell in Love with Philly

Alexa Hitchko is a rising junior at Albion College studying Business and Spanish. Alexa spent her spring semester with an off-campus program called The Philadelphia Center, giving her the opportunity…

Read More

The 3 Resumé-Building Lessons I Learned from Being a Camp Counselor

Abigail Kwak is a Class of 2020 graduate from Bryn Mawr College. She majored in English, with a concentration in Creative Writing and a minor in History of Art. During…

Read More

Volunteering after College: The Best Learning (or Work) Experience I Never Knew I Needed

Diana Dopheide is a recent graduate from Penn State University. She holds a degree in Communications, and she hopes to pursue a career in journalism and public relations. Diana volunteered the…

Read More

Social Distancing Struggles of the Philly College Student

It is not a stretch to say that everyone is missing life pre-pandemic, but Philly and its universities are, especially, a hub for all things social. One of our Campus…

Read More

A Summer of Blockchain: Finding My Way into the Business World

This is your sign to take a chance—it may lead to an unexpected, but totally amazing career! One of our Campus Philly Contributors was a double major, and neither of…

Read More