College As Told By The Cast Of Lizzie McGuire
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College As Told By The Cast Of Lizzie McGuire

Is college made of dreams, too?

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College As Told By The Cast Of Lizzie McGuire

Who knew Lizzie McGuire could relate to the college life so well. Lizzie has definitely had her ups and her downs, just like every college student. She has taught us how to be ourselves and to stand against things we believe are wrong. Two things that are very important to remember while in college. From relationships to schoolwork, Lizzie has seen it all. She helped us through our childhood. Let's see if she can help us through college too.

1. Money. There is never enough of it.

2. Are you ever not tired and hungry?

3. Your parents still care about your every move even though you are miles away.

4. Your professors expect you to remember math you learned in the seventh grade so they skip over it in the course.

5. Waking up to a cancelled class is the best.

6. There will be times when you walk out of class and are very confused about what you just learned.

7. Finding the right major is harder than you think.

8. You may have a mental breakdown, but that is okay.

9. You find out who you are as an individual.

10. You might find a best friend that you never knew was out there.

11. You will win some, and you will lose some.

12. But you will make it out alive.

GOOD LUCK!!

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