How to Pack for College (and Take Your Memories with You)

Where do I start?

I’ll never forget the night I sat down to pack for college.  My new school had sent me a suggested list of items, but even with that guidance, it was so overwhelming.  Each part of my mind offered a different idea on where to start.  The practical part wanted to consider clothes […]

2017-09-02T20:48:22+00:00 August 27th, 2017|Why we color|0 Comments

College Coloring and Safe Spaces: An Open Letter to Adam Carolla

College Coloring and Safe Spaces: An Open Letter to Adam Carolla Comedian Adam Carolla explains why college students don’t need coloring books (and other stuff that we won’t cover here) in The Hill. “Instead of fostering the development of young adults, colleges are providing coloring books, play-doh, puppies and […]

2017-09-02T20:48:22+00:00 August 2nd, 2017|Why we color|0 Comments

College Coloring and Safe Spaces: An Open Letter to Walter Camier

College Coloring and Safe Spaces: An Open Letter to Walter Camier Standard-Speaker letter-writer declares that coloring books have no place in college. “Why have many universities adopted a childish approach in which college coloring books are becoming a sad sign of the times? This is a fruit of years of liberal academia […]

2017-09-02T20:48:23+00:00 July 16th, 2017|Why we color|0 Comments

Why You Should Be Coloring Right Now

Unless you’ve been an adult coloring fan the past few years and have been soaking up the benefits of your hobby, you’re probably wondering “What’s an adult coloring book?  Why would I want to color?  Is this really something people do?  Didn’t we all stop doing that when we were 12?  Is […]

2017-09-02T20:48:23+00:00 April 27th, 2017|Why we color|1 Comment