Five College Stereotypes That Do Not Apply At Small Schools (2)

“Sports are the most important aspect of a college’s campus!  Everyone comes out for game day!” When your school is small enough that you haven’t had a football team since before World War II, sports,

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Five College Stereotypes That Do Not Apply At Small Schools (3)

“Professors don’t care about your attendance – just show up for the tests!” There are pros and cons to the falsehood of this statement.  Pro: There are few enough students in each of your classes

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Five College Stereotypes That Do Not Apply At Small Schools (4)

“Once you’re in a fraternity/sorority, all you do is drink and party.” While the fraternities/sororities on small campuses are no strangers to parties, there is so much more to the Greek system than that.  Once

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Five College Stereotypes That Do Not Apply At Small Schools (5)

“There’s a party everyday!  If you look hard enough, you’ll always be able to find one!” Sure, there is a big throwdown every once in a while – every other weekend at best – however, the

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Twenty Thoughts During An All Nighter

All nighters – no matter your major or year, we’ve all been there.  That test that seemed like it was always weeks away until suddenly, it’s the night before the exam and you have done

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Twenty Thoughts During An All Nighter (2)

“If I write ‘the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell’ as the answer to every question, do you think the professor will give me pity credit?” “Must. Not. Check. Twitter.” “Did we even learn

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Sorority Bid Day: GIF Edition

There is no greater rush (pun intended) after fighting through night after night of the mingling, crafting, and pure exhaustion of recruitment to finally see those girls you have been working so hard to impress

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12 Tips For College Freshmen From College Seniors (4)

3) Don’t be the freshman constantly harassing upperclassmen about where the parties are at. If we like you, we will tell you. If we don’t tell you, it’s because nothing is going on or we

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