Author: Celeste Tamez

How to budget: College Edition

With mom and dad no longer dictating your every move, college can be fun…that is, until, you check your bank account. Spending and saving money wisely can be difficult the first time on your own. Eating out, shopping and weekend activities with friends all add up at the end of the month. But rest assured, applying these simple adjustments to your everyday lifestyle will get you on the right track to budgeting your money.   Set a Realistic Goal Okay, let’s be real: as a college kid, you’re probably not raking in thousands of dollars every month. Whether you...

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Album Review: Future

The highly anticipated “FUTURE” album was finally released on February 17. All it took was a simple announcement of the artist’s latest creation along with an accessible pre-order link for fans to generate the necessary hype. The world was waiting for the purple wizard to whip up fresh bangers, and he did not fail. Future’s self-titled, fourth studio album is the first fans hear from the artist since the underwhelming release of “EVOL” in 2016. With the the rapper specializing in trap music, this album does not stray far from home. From electronic, head-bobbing beats to the heavy-hitting background...

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Texas A&M Men’s Basketball vs Kentucky

The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Basketball team had a slow start entering the 2017 season but have accomplished hype-worthy wins against teams in the SEC such as LSU, Ole Miss, and Auburn. On Saturday March 4, the Aggies will face-off against the University of Kentucky once again, but this time at Reed Arena. On January 3, Texas A&M fell almost 50 points short of winning against the Wildcats back in Lexington, Kentucky. With the two teams history of competitive nature and the first true road game for this year’s starters, the combination led to the Aggie’s season high of 25...

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Texas Beaches to Visit this Spring Break

As Spring Break quickly approaches, heading to the beach and blowing off steam crosses everyone’s mind, from young college students to families. Escape the crowds and busy traffic this March in prime locations all across Texas. We’ve come up with a list of cool towns and beaches along the Texas coast great for anyone to enjoy. Port Aransas: approximately 4.5 hours from College Station Located about 180 miles from San Antonio, Port Aransas is a family-friendly coastal location in central Texas. With a rich European past, the town has a number of historical landmarks perfect for exploring. Family excursions...

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App Review: Hobnob

Paper invitations are a thing of the past, Evites are so 1998 and Facebook event pages blow up your phone with unnecessary notifications. If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to invite your friends to all the latest events and parties, look no further. Hobnob Invites: Invitations, RSVPs by Text Message is a new application on the market that enables users to create unique invites and send via text message within minutes. Gone are the days of forgetting to invite someone or waiting to the last minute to order invitations. The free app guides you to input...

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