The difference between going-out clothes and daylight outfits is quite significant, and you know how I know this? Because it is incredibly easy to point out a person who is making the walk of shame after a night of partying. First things first, there is nothing to be ashamed about when doing a walk of shame. It really should be called a stride of pride, in my opinion, because it means you got some action, you aren’t hiding it from the world and you do not care what other people think of you. However, there are some times where it is just too comical to watch people do the walk of shame after a themed party of sorts. So before you go all out for your luau party this weekend, keep in mind that these are the worst outfits to wear if you are planning to get “leid” at the
The struggles of a business major are just as hard as any biochemistry or electrical engineering major. Nothing more awkward than sitting in the dining hall eating your lunch in a full suit or rushing from class to your internship in “business casual”. 11. Figuring out what business casual and business professional is. 10. Finding business clothes on a student budget. 9. Having to walk across campus in your business clothes while everyone else wears t-shirts and sweatpants.
Everyone refers to our generation, “the millennials”, as “snowflakes”, the generation that thinks they’re soo special, the generation that received trophies just for participating and the generation that seems to be offended by everything. Despite these stereotypes, Millennials are actually working harder than ever, and in more college debt with fewer job prospects than previous generations. I’m sure many older generations will say otherwise, and of course we’ve all heard (and rolled our eyes at) a similar tale of “when I was your age I had to walk uphill both ways to and from school, etc.” from our parents and/or grandparents. As annoying as this sentiment is, I can’t help but cringe with a mix of jealousy and spite when I see a 11 year old with a newer version of the iPhone than I have. Despite all our supposed privilege, there are some things that our generation struggled with
Elle Woods is the college student all girls strive to be: she’s smart, gorgeous, amazing when it comes to her academics, and she knows how to get what she wants. Ever since the first time we saw Legally Blonde, deep down we’ve all wished we could be just like her. It was obvious that this girl has it down when it came to getting into law school and has perfected the “Bend and Snap.” Even though we can’t all be that perfect, many girls in college are actually more like Miss Elle Woods than we think… 16. When we have meltdowns College is stressful. From balancing academics and a social life to the occasional date or full-fledge relationships, a meltdown is bound to happen. But we bounce back just like Elle would. 15. When we help our friends get ready to go out Sometimes you need to help a sister out,
Spring semester can be the worst of times- finals, trying to bring that GPA up, braving the long cold winter months that are January and February. It can also be the best of times- spring break trips, greek week, and for those about to graduate, senior week, Valentine’s Day (V Day could also be a pretty bad time depending on your current relationship status…) What other show accurately depicted both the best of times and the worst of times, along with a whole lot of heavy drinking, more than “The Jersey Shore”? Lets see if our favorite characters from the shore can guide us on how to make it through these next four months… 20. Drunkenly looking around at your friends on the first night out after Winter Break like… 19. …And then realizing you actually have to go to class and sitting in your 3 hour lecture