Every college student at VSU has surely experienced the dilemma of managing their daily, weekly, and even monthly allowance. With the consistent increase in the price of goods in the market, students are always challenged to adjust their preferences to match their budget; it is a harsh reality that every Viscan struggles to face. A lot of students even go to extreme measures just to save money, such as skipping meals, and even resorting to unhealthy saving habits due to stress brought on by a limited allowance. With this in mind, let us look at different strategies to save money without having to compromise your health.
As we celebrate Valentine’s Day, we primarily circulate our vocabularies around “love”, “forever” and all the terms that one would find cheesy on a regular basis. While we cringe when we see a display of one’s love in public, we also ironically ingrain this belief that every person must, at some point in their life, find “the one”.
Here is an exposē of some of our well-known behaviors that seem to defy set of ettiquettes.
Behind the promise of convenience, is a threat to the ecosystem that we continue to plague with our waste and horrid actions.
Living in a campus dormitory is considered by most students as a great privilege and a significant part of University life.
During disasters or emergencies, a calm and ready mind and body will help you make it through distressful times.
Food preferences vary from person to person and are rooted from the influence of our culture and environment. From the savory flavors of the sea to the eccentric tastes of food in the land markets; food is everywhere to be found yet many people are still hungry.
You may have a lot of money today, but for tomorrow no one knows.
Just flip the view on your camera, hold it at a high angle, position your thumb on your best side, and voila! You just took a selfie.