Everyone’s coming from different parts of the country with different schedules, different arrival times and different hotels – argh. Just thinking about how everything will come together stresses me out.
So should students and recent grads like me pursue off-the-beaten-path careers?
Try not to think too much about what's coming at you in May, and focus on the fact that you've still got another four months to kick back and call yourself an undergrad. Here are 10 things you'll want to do before you graduate in order to make the most of your pre-real world status...
/Dead. I was dead. By senior year I was so completely burnt out and done with the college life I was ready to throw in the towel and exchange any street cred I had acquired for a bus pass straight to adulthood.
You know, the saying "you learn something new every day is" is inexplicably true, especially when you have the internet. Not a day goes by without me hearing some new, obscure term or observing the latest memes. Well, today I decided to share with you guys a particularly relevant acronym -- S.W.U.G.
I’m about to graduate from college and I need your help, because I’m terrible at relationships and the time is now or never. I have two guy friends and I like them both in different ways. Like, like like.
Winter break isn't even over yet but already I'm looking towards that glorious week that is SPRING BREAK! If you're like me and haven't been a Spring Break enthusiast in the past, I want you to consider that this could be your last Spring Break EVER. Suddenly, that cheap0 cruise to the Bahamas is looking a lot nicer.
How do I maximize my social life without jeopardizing my schoolwork? It seems like every night there's an invite to go to some senior bar night, someone's 21st, or some party.
As I write this, I am about to embark on my final semester of my college career. Weird, right? It almost seems like yesterday when I was a little freshman moving in to my dorm. Except for the growth part, a lot has changed in these three and a half years. I’ve learned the hardships of picking the right classes and managing my social life and my studies, but it was all worth the ride.
The senior year of college is an emotional roller coaster that you can't get off of until you cross the stage at graduation.As much as you love your friends and your school and your classes, you're also freaking out about what you want to do after college and if what you want to do is right.
Back-to-school is right around the corner, and for many of you, the inevitable final year of college is looming. Breathe in. Breathe out. It's going to be OK.
So...big day is almost here. You ready for the real world? What are your plans? If you're cringing at the very thought of these questions then there's only one possible explanation: You too are a college senior.