Here is my guide to the best bars, pubs and breweries in Muncie.
If you're looking for places to get away, both domestic and international, check out my recommendations.
Too often students stay bunkered down on campus and don't get out. Whether it's exploring the city your campus is located in, or the state, surrounding states, and even international travel, it's important to get out of your comfort zone. So why don't more college students make traveling a priority?
While there are many tricks and tips to getting discounted air fare, there is one website in particular that I can always rely on and is designed for college students on a budget.
Here are 5 fun weekend road trip ideas for anyone looking for a fun getaway between classes.
I have some very exciting travel plans coming up this year!
For spring break this year I decided that I wanted to visit Maryland. I was looking to eat some incredible crab cakes and explore a new state. I went to Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington D.C. for 5 days and spent $450: total.
I'll start off by saying this: four hours is not enough, and I'd recommend at least four days to make this trip feel like you did it all. However, the time we went was fantastic.
I remember coming home after spending five weeks in Greece. The first night was fine because I was exhausted from traveling, and my family got me an ice cream cake to celebrate my homecoming. The second day was exciting because I was showing off my many, many photos and telling everyone about my trip. I caught up with friends, went to Dunkin Donuts, and just enjoyed the comfort of home.
Now, there certainly aren't many places a college student can simply jet off to on a weekend getaway. And it's not always easy to scrounge up the money to travel halfway across the world every year. But that doesn't mean that college students can't get an opportunity to experience other cultures.