Second Annual CHNW Appreciation Party

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Second Annual CHNW Appreciation Party

College Housing Northwest would like to thank all of the educational partners, board members, resident council members, consultants, vendors and employees who attended our Mad Men-themed CHNW Appreciation Party this past weekend.  We had a blast!  We loved all the photos, but below are some of our favorites. Click twice on the photo to view […]

4 Tips to Help You Stick to Your New Year’s Resolution

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4 Tips to Help You Stick to Your New Year’s Resolution

New Years Eve a night of toasts, friends, glitter, and resolutions. “I’ll get healthy this year,” or “I’ll save money this year,” or “only A’s and B’s for 2015.” Easier said than done. Last year I was going to run a marathon….did I? Nope. The only marathon I did was on Netflix. This year will […]

Save Money Buying Textbooks This Term

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Save Money Buying Textbooks This Term

With the impending start of fall term, when and how you buy your textbooks is a fickle thing. Some students say they will feel out the first week of class before committing, ride the coat tails of a friends text, or even avoid buying textbooks completely. And should we solely buy our textbooks from the […]

CHNW selected as one of The Oregonian’s Top Workplaces for 2014!

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CHNW selected as one of The Oregonian’s Top Workplaces for 2014!

College Housing Northwest is pleased to announce that we have been selected as one of The Oregonian’s Top Workplaces for 2014! CHNW is committed to the philosophy that employees thrive when we have direct, meaningful participation in our workplace. We’re not interested in maintaining hierarchies; we’re committed to the effects produced when employees utilize their […]

Get Involved: Oregon State University Clubs

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Get Involved: Oregon State University Clubs

Don’t fear the start of a new year! There is always something to do in Corvallis and there is ALWAYS something to do on campus. It doesn’t matter if you are new to Corvallis, a new student at OSU, or a returning beaver, expanding your network is always a great and fun way to experience […]

Programming Your Mind: 5 Tips for College Students

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Programming Your Mind: 5 Tips for College Students

So there you are, off in summerlandia with a cold one in hand —the last two inches of Pabst remains idling in the can, you fear its temperature will, sooner or later, increase to a precisely 98.6 degrees, at which point it’s drinkability, will become highly questionable. As you grip and swish the watered down contents of […]

Top Five Ways to Stay Healthy

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Top Five Ways to Stay Healthy

It isn’t hard to pick between your favorite show in comfy pajamas and going to the gym. Oregon has had amazing weather this  summer; yet some of us are still sitting inside with a bowl of ice cream on a Netflix marathon. Luckily, Corvallis has much more to offer than just a gym if you’re […]

CareNow Convenience Clinic Now Open Near the GEM

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CareNow Convenience Clinic Now Open Near the GEM

A new convenience care clinic called CareNow just recently opened near the Gem on Monroe Ave. between Qdoba and Dutch Bros. As a service of The Corvallis Clinic, CareNow is open from 7am to 7pm, seven days a week, and offers same-day online appointment scheduling. Open to everyone, the CareNow clinic also provides OSU students […]

Substance Use and Student Safety

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Substance Use and Student Safety

We know that while many students choose not to use drugs and alcohol, many other students do use alcohol and other substances. Regardless of your personal choices regarding alcohol and drugs, we can all benefit from information about how to keep ourselves safe and how to support friends in keeping themselves safe.  Because CHNW is […]

A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

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A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

According to a survey of 1000 adults released by Bankrate.com, one in four Americans have enough money in their saving accounts to cover at least six months of expenses, enough to cover a medical emergency or some other unexpected event, 50% of those surveyed have less three months covered and 27% had no savings at […]