10 Things I've Realized After 2 Months Of College
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10 Things I've Realized After 2 Months Of College

The truth of freshmen year fall semester.

10 Things I've Realized After 2 Months Of College
Kymberlin Bush

1. The food is much worse than it was on the Senior Preview Days

It does get better whenever there are parents/high school seniors on campus though.

2. "If tomorrow isn't the due date, today isn't the do date"

It isn't procrastination, just prioritization.

3. Napping culture is stronger than drinking culture

Schedules are made to accommodate naps throughout the week.

4. Letters from home are the best part of the week

An empty UC Box is the most disappointing thing.

5. I can't remember how I woke up before 7 for classes in high school

And also wore something other than leggings, did my makeup, made a lunch.

6. If it's free, you take it.

University gear, candy, buttons, pocket constitutions, pamphlets, etc.

7. If you wore something on Monday, you can wear it again on Tuesday

The people you see on Monday, Wednesday, Friday don't have to know what you do on your Tuesdays and Thursdays.

8. Your room is a lot bigger when you first move in

Laziness and forgetting things at home both contribute to this phenomenon.

9. Professors care less than we do sometimes

We all have our bad days.

10. You will remember to vacuum every weekend, and you still won't do it

The RA is never there when you want to ask for it, someone else always has it checked out.

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