14 Thoughts That Every Rowan University Student Has Had
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14 Thoughts That Every Rowan University Student Has Had

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14 Thoughts That Every Rowan University Student Has Had

I love Rowan, don't get me wrong. But after four long years here, there are many questions that have resonated in my mind that just never got answered. I'm sure that you all have thought at least one of these things as well, don't lie.

1. What is that sculpture outside of the Student Center?

What does it mean.

2. Glassboro: The Windy City

Actual footage of me trying to get to class. (Not really but you get it).

3. Yes, you reckless driver, PLEASE hit me so you can pay for my tuition.

4. So much money for a parking pass...such little amount of spaces.

Hunger Games: Lot B

5. I never owned an ethernet cord until this place

Me, with all my ethernet cords

6. Oh, wait, I can't use RowanBucks at Walgreens? OR WAWA?

7. It's always sunny in Philadelphia because it always rains in Glassboro

8. Hello? Grains? Anyone in there?

9. "Hey, Noah"

10. Must... Not... Push... Button...

11. Brown and Gold? Really?

I'm just gonna say it, it's like poop and pee.

12. What the hell is a Prof?

His name is WhooRU by the way.

13. I've had a long hard day and I just need a trash can. Meet me at Landy?

Look how beautiful.

14. Remember, C's get degrees

Even with all these little quirks Rowan has, it's still my home and I'm sad I'm graduating in May. Thanks for all the memories!

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