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No kitchen? No problem.   Transitioning from home to campus life is exciting. While you’re about to meet new people and acquire the knowledge of life, many challenges lie ahead—including learning how to eat well without a real kitchen. We’ve covered how to thrive in tiny space living, and although your campus likely has a number of dining halls where you can get most of your meals, having some cooking basics in your dorm will help...

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Leslie Leonard is a Ph.D. candidate in American Literature and American Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. You can follow her on twitter @lesliemleo. We’ve all heard about advisor relationships that have dissolved over time and left students stuck in an ongoing and unhelpful mentorship that they wished they could get out of. We’ve also, no doubt, heard the horror stories of advisors who no longer acknowledge their ex-advisees in the hallways or at department...