Thursday, March 20, 2014
The first day of my high school French II class, the teacher turned to me and said, “Comment allez-vous?” (Translation: How are you?)
“J’em appelle Lauren,” I replied. (Translation: My name is Lauren.)
The teacher seemed confused—most likely because I couldn’t understand the most basic French after a full year—and shook her head. “Comment allez-vous?” she repeated.
“J’EM APPELLE LAUREN.”
Monday, March 10, 2014
For those of you who missed the 2014 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition last week in Las Vegas, not to worry—we have your coverage. I mean, you should worry a little—you missed an amazing conference, including some very photogenic General Session speakers, amazing breakout sessions and the general shenanigans that come with Vegas—but you’ll just have to rely on me until you can...
Thursday, January 30, 2014
I know a lot about doctors.
For example, I know that they really struggle to maintain a work-life balance. When Dr. Grey and Dr. McDreamy had their baby, Meredith took a step back from her surgeries to focus on their daughter. That of course then caused tension between her and Dr. Yang, who accused Meredith of being a better mother than doctor. Of course Dr. Yang was still kind of bitter after...
Friday, January 17, 2014
It’s no secret: College students aren’t the easiest demographic group to reach. They’re stressed, low on free time, and have a notoriously short attention span. Add in today’s ever-increasing technology and digital mediums, and you’ve got quite a challenge on your hands.
For off-campus housing communities, it’s imperative to understand how student renters search, what they look for in a...