The holidays are a few weeks away, and you still haven’t checked certain college students off your gift list?
No worries, the fun, practical, and even charitable things we’ve rounded up here would thrill any college kid.
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Snowshoeing is not only a way to get from Point A to Point B in the snow, it’s also great exercise, and great fun. Lightweight and practical, especially while trudging to class in the snow.
A board that’s perfect for keeping souvenir ticket stubs, photos, and items that will surely bring a smile to any college student’s face, front and center.
It will be smooth sailing for guys who use this shaver.
For the cat or dog lover, a whimsical way to keep your books together.
Your student can bring back some summer fun regardless of what the weatherman says is going on outside with this s’mores maker.
Make the best possible use of valuable packing space and keep everything contained.
Jewelry with a message for your empowered girl.
This close-up and wide angle lens allows you to expand your world of mobile photography.
Boxed set of the entire six seasons of one of TV’s most popular series.
When the light hits the acrylic plate, it creates a 3D effect optical illusion of a basketball. Great conversation for your sports fan.
One of the most compact smart speakers that fits perfectly into small space.
We’re not naming names, but kids lose things…and The Tile makes it easier to find them. Problem solved!
Because dental hygiene should not be forgotten in college.
One of the most popular board games!
Strategy-style game, similar to Settlers of Catan, with a special focus on income and territory expansion.
One of the creators of this game is Ken Jennings, Jeopardy legend known for his 74-game winning streak, so it’s no surprise that this trivia game is meant to appeal to fans of Jeopardy and Trivial Pursuits.
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