Deciding whether to live on or off the Clemson University campus is a big decision, and a highly personal one. There's no real right or wrong answer (except financially). Either living arrangement can be great; both have their pros and cons. You just want to make the best decision for you, your Clemson lifestyle and your budget.
Whether you like to attend social events, host them yourself - or both! - it's a good idea to keep some things on hand at all times. That way, you don't have to run out to the store just because you've accepted a last-minute invitation or invited someone over. Here's a short list of items to keep in your cabinets, pantry or fridge.
Your dog makes it easy to meet new people in your apartment's neighborhood. All you have to do is commit to the process, and the rest will happen naturally. People love dogs, and dogs are an instant ice-breaker. Here's how to make dog friends in your community.
You've leased an apartment and moved in. Now you need to make sure that management doesn't have you on their "trouble tenants" list. Here are five rules not to break, which will keep you out of trouble and help you have a good relationship with your apartment manager (and apartment complex neighbors).
Hurricanes are stressful situations. It’s important to take control early, securing everything you can, and making sure you have what you need to prepare for the impending storm. Coastal residents are at higher risk, but in Florida, even inland structures can incur damage if a powerful storm crosses the state.
Downsizing is both freeing and stressful. It's never easy to pare down a lifetime of memories, and most of us tend to associate our belongings with events and the people we love. Here are some downsizing tips to help make sure you don't make any mistakes, but pare down enough to happily move to a smaller home or apartment.