If you prefer taking handwritten notes over typing on a laptop, take heart: you’re much more likely to learn better than your MacBook-prone counterparts. New studies by researchers at Princeton University and UCLA have reinforced this by showing that students who took notes by hand in class generally outperformed students who typed their notes via… Continue reading Your Lousy Handwriting Might Actually Make You Smarter
Teetotal? Infrequent drinker? Alcohol-lover who would like to understand non-drinkers? We've got you covered through the tricky, shot-filled world of fresher's week. Religion, culture and medical conditions might be strong factors when a student decides not to drink, and with the rise of healthy lifestyle and fitness trends more and more people are turning their… Continue reading How to Enjoy Fresher’s if you don’t Drink ?
An explorer centrist trip curated for individuals who would like to explore one of the most geographically unique regions in the world. Home to 3 of the 5 worlds highest motor-able passes, high altitude deserts, unexampled mountainous salt water lakes, unique flora & fauna & yes a culture that will leave you mesmerized. The explorer… Continue reading Tripping in Leh & Ladakh with Campus Connect
Everyone loves a good life hack, so try out these pro tricks and tips to get the most out of Microsoft Office. Which leaves more time for drinking. It's tough, being a student. Think of all those assignments you have to do, essays to write, reports to make and presentations to give. We’ve searched high… Continue reading 12 Ways to Hack Microsoft Office
A common caterpillar viewed as a pest or fishing bait turns out to be the fastest degrader of plastic we've ever witnessed. The most common form of plastic in use today is polyethylene. Whenever you use a plastic bag, plastic film or drink from a plastic cup or bottles, it's probably made from polyethylene. And while… Continue reading A Caterpillar May Solve Our Plastic Pollution Problem