Some students say it can get lonely being by yourself during the pandemic, and they are ready for the opportunity to have home gatherings again.
Students say people should remain honest and never feel afraid to express their opinion, but they should also respect others with differing viewpoints.
From which side toilet paper faces to which bathroom cleaners to use, everyone has their own bathroom preferences.
Planning for the unexpected traffic, detours or delays will make a more successful semester once classes resume an in-person format.
Whether you’re an international student or someone from out-of-state, homesickness can be a difficult and onerous feeling.
Students say to embrace simplicity and use what you have to make living space more personal and organized.
Collecting different types of squishmallows can be a fun hobby to share with friends and roommates.
Some students say they have balanced class, work and free time all in their bedrooms during the pandemic.
Both on the court and off, Kylee Kapp and Brooke Townsend demonstrate close bonds fostered by shared interests, complementary personalities and respecting boundaries.
Having pets can ground students in reality and help relieve stress, but it’s important that they know how to properly bring home and care for their furry companions.
Snake plants and succulents are some of the easiest house plants to care for and maintain around your apartment, house or dorm.
Mavericks give advice on how to communicate with your roommate when it comes to sexual activity with your partner.
Freshmen wanting to live on campus can visit the University Housing website and apply for a residential learning community through the UTA Housing application system.
While many students prefer on-campus housing to living at home, restrictions on in-person gatherings and digital class formats have reshaped what it looks like.
Students say compromise and communication are two key elements to having a healthy relationship with your new roommate. Remember, strangers are people, too.