25. Streaming Media Player—Streaming media devices are easy to use, convenient, and even portable, which are the kinds of product benefits that a lot of college students desire. Media players offer all kinds of features, including the ability to access video websites and apps like YouTube and Netflix. They can also be used to make Skype calls and go on Facebook. Essentially, they offer a simple and affordable way to turn any TV into a smart TV.
Let the chips fall where they may with this knockoff of the famous The Price Is Right game. This will add a little suspense to one of college’s most time-honored traditions, the obliteration of unneeded brain cells. Drinko helps facilitate social bonding by giving them a chance to delight in each other’s misery. House parties will never be the same.
This gift box is setup to contain: 1 – one ounce pack of Lay’s, 1 -1.5oz pack of Snyder’s mini- pretzels, 1 – 5/8 oz. pack of Smartfood Popcorn, white cheddar, 1 – 2 oz. pack of Famous Amos Chocolate Chip cookies, 1 – 2.5 oz. pack of Grandma’s Chocolate Chip cookies, 1 – 1.6 oz. pack of Keebler M&Ms cookies, 1 -1.5oz pack of Cheez-It originals, 1 – 2 oz. pack of Keebler Fudge Stripe cookies, 1 -1.5oz pack of Goldfish crackers, 1 – 2.5 oz. pack of Grandma’s Peanut Butter cookies, 6 Single Servings teabags of Bigalow Green Tea (Organic), 1 -1.5oz pack of Cheez-It white cheddar, 3 Single Serve Bags of Swiss Miss Hot chocolate, 6 red Twizzler sticks, 1 -Lance Toast Chee Peanut Butter Crackers, 1 -Lance Toast Toasty Peanut Butter Crackers, 2 -.84 oz. Quaker Chewy Chocolate Chunk Granola bar, 2 -.1.3oz Nutri-grain Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Bar 2 small packs of Skittles WildBerry, 1- 0.8 oz. Mott’s Medley’s, 1 -.1.2 oz. Nature Valley Almond Sweet and Salty Nut bar, 1 -.1.49 oz. Nature Valley Crunchy Oats & Honey bar, 4 banana Laffy Taffy, 2 cherry Laffy Taffy, 2 sour apple Laffy Taffy, 1 Starburst Original, 2 Starburst Tropical, 1 -1 oz. Planters Salted Nuts, 1 -2 oz. Oreo cookies, 1 -1.3 oz. Rice Krispy Bar, and 1 – 0.55 Air Nerds bar
Art and creative work are beneficial for children because they enhance their imagination and foster healthy learning habits. Let your child draw, paint or write whatever comes to their mind to foster imagination and increase creativity. Using Art Supplies Set, your child can learn how to draw, paint, sketch and express their creativity. They will learn all of the valuable skills to become more talented at arts and crafts as a whole.
While you may have horrifying memories of your high school peers over-spraying Axe body spray, Axe has some surprisingly suave scents in their newest line. The brand’s new deodororizer/fragrance blend has a surprisingly mature scent, with this daily fragrance opening with hints of amber, vetiver and cinnamon. It’s perfect for the guy who is ready to smell like a gentleman, but not ready to make the price commitment of a more high-end cologne.
And now, with services like Shutterfly, Snapfish, or even Target, you don’t even have to put those precious memories into a scrapbook. They can go on magnets, coffee mugs, mousepads, and to-go cups. Or just on a big poster. You could make a calendar for your family or friend group that has everyone’s birthday or anniversary listed on it. No need to find somewhere to get real prints of your digital photos, and no need to spend an afternoon covered in glue and discarded bits of construction paper. (Unless, of course, that’s your thing.) Shutterfly runs big discounts pretty regularly, so keep your eyes open and you might be able to cross a whole bevy of people off your list with one order.
For students who need to take a break from the books, the Breathe app offers guided deep breaths to assist with meditation or just winding down. Offering all of the same benefits and apps as its predecessors, the Series 4 boasts improved health features, including an ECG monitor which can help the wearer monitor their athletic performance — perfect for helping students remember not to neglect their wellbeing in the midst of midterms — while also alerting them about any heart abnormality, from a low heartbeat to an irregular rhythm. To ensure you can always get in contact with them, the LTE compatibility results in better cellular reception.
Start with a block of 4x4-inch wood, and sand it to smooth the rough edges. Once sanded, paint the top a color to coordinate with your friend's workspace. Cut the bottom of the block at an angle to tilt the base, then measure the sides of the block to determine the length of decorative paper needed to cover them. Soak the paper in water to make it pliable, then use a thin layer of watered-down decoupage medium to evenly attach the paper to the sides of the block. Line up the paper with the block's painted top; if the paper is too long at the bottom end, neatly wrap it around the base. Seal the paper with a top coat of decoupage medium. On the top of the block, measure and mark pencil holes in an evenly spaced pattern; drill holes into the top at a 90-degree angle using a 1/2-inch bit.
Nice list! If you want to find truly personalized gifts on the cheap check out giftivo.com. It imports Facebook profile data to provide customized gift ideas. Giftivo can also recommend gifts for friends with limited Facebook profiles or people with no Facebook profiles at all through a unique customization dashboard. Most of the gift suggestions are $50 or less.
The popular Buddy design has now arrived for your kitchen. Buddy uncorks wine bottles with its welcoming open arms. The corkscrew is used manually. When not in use, this little helper looks great as a decorative figure, in your kitchen or on your dining table. Designed by Alan Wisniewski for Umbra – original, modern, casual, functional and affordable design for the home.
Gifts for college guys are tough to buy because they seem to bounce from one favorite pastime to the next and even from one fad to another. Who can blame them? They’re learning a lot of new things, not just from their studies, but also from their friends. So the best gifts for college guys are gifts that will stand the test of time and won’t be tossed just because they aren’t the flavor of the moment.
College student's lives don't consist of too much other than drinking, doing drugs, having sex, and occasionally learning a thing or two depending on how bad their hangover is that day. Although college students need gifts come Christmas time just like anyone else. But what would you get them besides a fresh case of Coors Light and a box of condoms? Well this list of 30 unique gifts for college students will certainly help you on you endeavor, with gifts that will assist them in their drinking habits, biking around campus, or just making a quick and cheap bite to eat before class.
If it wasn’t for Mom’s college care packages, I don’t know how I would have made it through college. Now you can send your student the ultimate snack care package without all the time and work it would take to create this kind of variety. The Ultimate Snacks Variety Box care packages for college students contain an assortment of 50 individually wrapped snacks including chips, cookies, candy, granola bars, tea, and more all neatly packed in a gift pack. In rare instances substitutions may have to be made in the contents depending on availability, but not in count. Give a gift that won’t last long in time, but they will remember forever.
This is another one of those nice-to-have items that almost no one buys for themselves. Most of us have our keys attached to a keychain from a now-defunct bank from 1998, or from our dentist, or from whatever commercial enterprise thrust one into our hands as we left their establishment at some point in a foggy, distant past. A nice, light keychain is an easy way to spruce up anyone’s daily routine.
“Teeth are super important. Actually, there’s a huge correlation between gum disease and dying, and also, the condition of your gums and your teeth does predict a lot. So you might as well keep it healthy,” says Sachi D., a senior at Smith College who wants what the Cut’s Kathleen Hou called “a game-changing electric toothbrush.” According to Sachi, “I think it’s an underrated thing that people don’t pay attention to, and it’s actually really important … Or maybe I’m just a hypochondriac, and I’m afraid of dying.”
One thing about living with a roommate for the first time in college is that, typically speaking, your lives are both a mess. This leads to the problem of confusing your stuff for theirs, among other things. The best way to avoid this problem? Have stuff that looks nothing like anyone else’s. A laser cut wooden notebook is a great start. The beautiful and intricate designs are like an anti-accidental theft device. Much more effective than yelling, “Put that down, that’s mine!”