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7 TIPS FOR SETTLING INTO COLLEGE LIFE
Seven tips to follow for searching and settling into a new college lifestyle: 1. Visit the Campus/College Town before Visiting – You can begin this search on thecollegetourist.com but of course you should take the official campus tour and make sure you really explore on your own. Trained tour guides show you the school’s selling points but take your […]Read More →
LABOR DAY SAFETY TIPS
It’s Labor Day weekend and a lot of students take time to travel for the holiday. While planning your leave be sure to take precautions to keep your house safe while you are gone. Here are a few tips to help keep your house safe while you are away: • Have a trustworthy friend or family […]Read More →
HOW TO SAVE ENERGY TO HELP REDUCE UTILITY BILLS
There are things you can do right now to make your house more comfortable and energy efficient. Duke Energy recommends these great tips on how to lower your energy usage. Heating and Cooling Do not black your registers and return vents. Set your thermostat at recommended settings: 68 degrees in the winter and 78 degrees in […]Read More →
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SUSPECT A NATURAL GAS LEAK
In its most pure state, natural gas has no odor. That’s why Vectren adds a chemical with a very distinctive order, which smells like rotten eggs. Follow these instructions below if you or your roommate suspects a natural gas leak. In the event a gas leak is suspected INSIDE of a home or business, residents […]Read More →
HOUSES FOR RENT NEAR BALL STATE FACEBOOK PAGE
Where is the best place to search for houses? Every year students look for houses in a few different ways. They look for signs in the front yards of houses that are for rent, they look in the Daily News, and on-line searches. Did you know there is a new Facebook page to post, look […]Read More →