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25+ Books for College Students to Read in University 2021 Edition

If you want to change your life, this book will help you do it. Every college student wants to be able to eat good food for less money—which is exactly the aim of this cookbook. Career expert Lindsey Pollak offers a 90-step plan adelphi dorm rooms to a successful undergraduate experience and post-graduate career. From making over a resume, to creating a base for success on campus, Pollak offers easy strategies and solutions that every young student needs to know.

Coach’s orders are to steer clear of her but douchebags will be douchebags. Rhett’s college teammates are so determined to get the wrestler laid they plaster fliers all across campus with his phone number. Michael has made an art of hiding his orientation from everyone.

Arguably the best work from author Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God, tells the story of Janie Crawford who so desperately wants to find true love. It follows a young African American woman tackling race and gender issues. The story challenges the traditional gender roles that encapsulated the early 1900s, a time when women were expected to be quiet and obey the rules of their husbands. When the pressures of college life threaten to overwhelm you, take a trip to the world’s most mysterious circus. Follow Celia and Marco as they play a game of magic against the backdrop of an entirely black-and-white circus.

More than anything, the book is hopeful, which for me is another hallmark of good summer lit. Every assumption she makes about who other people are, including who she is herself, is tested. She learns that what people seem to be on the surface is rarely who they are under the surface.

“I like the message of self discovery, and that at any age, it’s never too late to reinvent a new life for yourself. To take chances and to do things for my own personal enjoyment rather than to please others or to fit an expected mold of what in life is suppose to make you happy as a woman,” said FSU senior Carla Badame. “Eat, Pray, Love” may influence you to travel the world and find yourself, or maybe you’ll just crave a lot of different ethnic foods.

Financial guru Dave Ramsey offers a variety of tips and advice for getting out of debt, avoiding the pitfalls of cash advances, and creating a solid budget that can lead to long-term financial success. Learning about personal finance can help you get out of debt quickly and free up more of your income for travel, investing, purchasing a home, and reaching other financial goals. We all want our teens to be grateful and to express that to all of the people in their lives who help them along the way. Here are 52 letters they can use as guides to give structure to doing just that. We LOVE this book by Becky Blades who not only wrote this advice to her two daughters but also illustrated it.