Why College Is The Best Years Of Your Life
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Why College Is The Best Years Of Your Life

"Young. Almost broke. And attending college."

Why College Is The Best Years Of Your Life

Whoever tried to say that high school was the best four years of anyone's life was very, VERY wrong. College is that time in your life where you get to be independent, make some questionable decisions, and learn from those decisions. You should definitely stay in college for as long as you can. Here's why.

You're an adult, but you don't always have to act like one.

You meet amazing people.

It's acceptable to go out on school nights.

It's still OK to ask your parents for money.

You make so many memories.

Graduating college just doesn't seem as fun as it used to. I think I'll stay awhile.

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