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The 23 Biggest Freshmen Mistakes You’ll Regret Making

Wearing Lanyard / College ID Be careful! You don’t want to wear this around your neck or out of your pocket. It’s truly the equivalent of screaming, “HEY FRESHMEAT HERE!” You don’t work at the genius bar at an Apple store, so tuck away the ID in your handy-dandy wallet! Holding on Tight to High School While you’re proud of where you come from and your previous accomplishments, college is all about starting fresh and finding your future path. Leave the past where it belongs and start focusing on what you want to do with your life and less about the touchdown you made in high school! Forgetting Your Key Some doors will shut and lock automatically! Trust us, it’s embarrassing to be THAT freshmen who has to march down to the main floor in a towel and flip-flops. “Freshmen Clothes” Some of the clothes you wore in high school

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8 Freshman Year GIFS That Explain Your First Year Experience Perfectly

For bright young students all over the world, the transition from high school to college is one of the most important (and stressful) times in a young adult’s life.  Overwhelmed with misconceptions, stereotypes and stories from friends, freshman enter the world of college with an often incorrect idea about what the next four years of their life will look like. From the eyes of a real-life freshman, here’s how it really goes down… 8. Move-In Day Hooray, it’s time to move in! There are so many new people to meet and new things to do! After your parents say good-bye, you realize that your new independence comes with the ability to stay out as late as you want, have ice cream for dinner, and start living the wild college adventure you’ve always dreamed of! 7. First Day of Class Your first day of classes comes with a blaring wake-up call. As

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13 Reasons Why I Refuse To Have A Roommate Ever Again

13 Reasons Why I Refuse To Have a Roommate Ever Again

I never want to have a roommate every again in my entire life. They smell, they are often naked, and they don’t have boundaries. The following is a list of 13 reasons why I refuse to have a roommate ever again; aside from the fact that roommates are awful in  general. I’m a true fan of solitude.  *NOTE: SOME OF THESE STORIES ARE ABOUT THE SAME ROOMMATE – I DIDN’T HAVE 13 CRAZY ROOMMATES (ALTHOUGH SOMETIMES I WONDER)* 13. The Roommate That Put Butter In The Orange Juice Yah, you read that right. A couple of years ago my roommate was a complete and total wierdo. She was constantly accusing people of doing things that were intended to harm her in one way of another. This girl was the epitome of “the world is out to get me”. One weekend in particular she had a couple friends from home visiting,

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20 Thoughts High School Seniors Have While Waiting To Start College

Being a high school senior is a very exciting time for a young person.  They’re sending out graduation announcements, attending parties, and receiving gifts in the mail.  The best part is what’s coming later, though.  Waiting for them at the end of it all, like some great, mythical albatross is the day they move into their college dorm.  It’s what every college-bound high school senior has been dreaming of for years.  The freedom it will bring, and the new excitement. For many seniors, college is the only thing they can think of.  And their thoughts look a little something like this. 20. I wonder who my roommate is going to be. 19. Maybe my roommate and I can start a two-man band. 18. What’s the girl-to-guy ratio on campus? 17. What if people can tell I’m a virgin just by looking at me? 16. Do co-ed dorms mean the guys and

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7 item Checklist to “Make Finals Suck Less”

1. Plan this shit out The real anxiety sets in when you sit down and realize you don’t even know where tha fuq to begin. Do I write that 10 page paper? Or start reading the book I was supposed to have been reading all year? Is it too late to drop a class??   At least a week prior sit yourself down and plan out what you need, when you need it, and how you can achieve it. That way, when the week of hell comes, you’ll be in Hercules mode where your only Achilles’ heel is Starbucks forgetting to put that extra shot in your latte. 2. Take a REAL study break If there’s anything we’ve learned from Ross it’s that a break means a break. None of this checking-out-what-your-friends-are-up-to breaks. You don’t need the added stress of viewing the dayger you’re missing out on because you still don’t