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College Students Reveal Their CRAZIEST Drunk Party Moments

We’ve all had those mornings when we’ve woken up and been too drunk to remember what happened the night before, yikes. Below people share some of the funniest, craziest, and just downright strange things drunk people have done or said in their presence… 15.”Had to convince my friend not to jump in the pool because he thought “This water is 2016 water, I gotta jump before it becomes 2017 water!” It wasn’t even a pool party.”   14.  “My girlfriend started puking, and between outbursts says ‘At least this is all good wine, it doesn’t taste so bad coming up!’” 13. “We had a bunch of friends over at our house last night for the new year’s celebration. It was starting to wind down and a group of them were having trouble finding a cab home. So one of them passes out on the couch because the wait had been

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Why It’s Normal To Grow Apart From Your High School Friends

Article Originally Published On ReadUnWritten.Com Coming to the realization that I’m not close to my high school friends was hard for me because they were a huge part of my life, mostly because some of them have been my friends since grade one. My “home friends”, as we call them at school, are different from me. We have been friends for so long but don’t have a lot in common. What we did have was a lot of time to spend together because that’s what high school life is like. You spend time with your friends in class, during lunch and probably after school too! With that being said, I have a special place for them in my heart. Thinking about how much time you spend with your friends in your four years of high school is actually crazy to me. They are the people that were with me during

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15 New Years Resolutions College Students Make And Will Break

New Years Eve is the one night a year that sequins are okay to wear out and kissing the random person next to you is socially acceptable. As the new year approaches, many people jump on the bandwagon of making “new years resolutions.” You know the whole idea of “new year new me,” that apparently just because we begin a new year, you can completely reinvent yourself. Here are 15 New Years resolutions that college students make and will break 15. Pick Up A Hobby  Remember how you always wanted to learn that musical instrument or play that sport? Maybe you’ll finally get to it this year. 14. Save Money The reality of graduation is going to come faster than you know it and your parents will no longer be financially responsible for your living situations. So if you don’t want to be sleeping on your parents couch once you


The 5 Most Popular College Substances and Their Effect on Your Brain

People have used various substances to alter their state of consciousness for the entirety of written history. Whether you like to kick back and smoke a blunt with your friends or throw back brews until you cant walk straight, chances are pretty good you haven’t been sober every day of your life. College is often seen as a hub for various kinds of experimentation, and drugs are no exception. I am not here to tell you whether you should or shouldn’t do drugs, but I do think that everyone is better off knowing a little more about them and how they affect your brain. For the purposes of this article, I have selected five drugs that I believe are used more often than most when college students decide to partake. We will examine what effects these substances have on your brain, and why that makes you feel the way it

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11 Things You Need To Know To Be The Best Version Of Yourself

Article Originally Published On ReadUnWritten.com One of my professors inspired me to write about bettering myself because he inspired me throughout the course of his class. At first, I was bitter about have to take his class, especially because I’m in my third year, and this was a freshman course. The course is about being the best student possible and I thought I already knew everything that was going to be taught but to my surprise, it was quite the opposite. I learned about myself as a student, worker, family member, friend, and partner. Here are 11 lessons that I learned throughout the class. 11. There is no personal growth without self-awareness. Knowing where you are and where you want to be is important. How can you know where you want to go if you’re not even sure of where you are now? Make small goals about how you want