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64 Songs That You Are Bound To Hear At College Parties This Year

From Country to Throwback hits, here are all the songs you are going to hear when you enter Kappa Apple Pie this year.


Get your frat party playlists ready as these are the songs you are going to hear this entire year whatever school you are attending.

Last year's hits you will for sure keep hearing

These songs are all songs that you rocked out to last year, but once the playlist of new songs runs out, you are bound to start jamming out to these again. Just like old times.

1. Finesse - Bruno Mars ft Cardi B

2. I'm the One - Dj Khaled, Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper

3. Humble - Kendrick Lamar

4. Bad and Boujee - Migos ft Lil Uzi Vert

5. Mask Off - Future

6. Freaky Friday - Lil Dicky ft Chris Brown

7. Bodak Yellow - Cardi B

8. iSpy - KYLE ft Lil Yachty

9. Bounce Back - Big Sean

10. Bank Account - 21 Savage

11. Unforgettable - French Montana

12. Rake it Up - Yo Gotti ft Nicki Minaj

13. Tunnel Vision - Kodak Black

14. Magnolia - Playboi Carti

15. I Get the Bag - Gucci Mane ft Migos

16. The Middle - Zedd ft. Maren Morris and Grey

Throwbacks for your Thursday nights

These are the songs that every decent human being should know all the words to.

1. Bottom's Up - Trey Songz ft Nicki Minaj

2. Get Low - Lil Jon and the Eastside Boyz

3. No Hands - Waka Flocka Flame ft Wale and Roscoe Dash

4. A Mili - Lil Wayne

5. Shots - LMFAO

6. N****s in Paris - Jay-Z and Kanye West

7. Dance (A$$) - Big Sean ft Nicki Minaj

8. Hot in Herre - Nelly

9. Tipsy - J-Kwon

10. Drop it Like it's Hot - Snoop Dogg

11. Mr. Brightside - The Killers

12. Stacy's Mom - Fountains of Wayne

13. Gold Digger - Kanye West

14. Ignition (remix) - R. Kelly

15. Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond

16. 1985 - Bowling For Soup

Country bangers... yee haw

Country music may not be an everyday type of frat party (unless your in an agriculture frat) but when the theme is White Trash or Flannel Friday, then you for sure are going to hear a few of these.

1. Sweet Home Alabama

2. Dixieland Delight - Alabama

3. Rain is a Good Thing - Luke Bryan

4. Red Solo Cup - Toby Keith

5. Country Girl (Shake it for Me) - Luke Bryan

6. Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffet

7. Sunrise, Sunburnt, Sunset - Luke Bryan

8. Knee Deep - Zac Brown Band

9. No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem - Kenny Chesney

10. Chicken Fried - Zac Brown Band

11. Somewhere on a Beach - Dierks Bentley

12. Leave Right Now - Thomas Rhett

13. Barefoot Blue Jean Night - Jake Owen

14. Get Along - Kenny Chesney

15. Parking lot Party - Lee Brice

16. Big Green Tractor - Jason Aldean

Hot off the Billboard Top 100

You better be ready to learn a whole bunch of new songs because these are going to be played non-stop at every single party. In this list, we'll have the freshest finds and the best remixes that DJ Chad in Theta Pumpkin Pie will definitely be sure to play.

1. Any XXXTentacion song (#RIPX)

2. In My Feelings - Drake

3. I Like It - Cardi B

4. Nice for What - Drake

5. Apeshit - The Carters

6. Spoil My Nigh t- Post Malone

7. Taste - Tyga ft Offset

8. Look Alive - Bockboy JB ft Drake

9. FEF E- 6ix9ine ft Nicki Minaj and Murda Beatz

10. Watch - Travis Scott

11. God's Plan - Drake

12. Sicko Mode - Travis Scott ft Drake and Tay Keith

13. No Brainer - DJ Khaled ft Justin Beiber, Quavo, and Chance the Rapper

14. SWISH - Tyga

15. Better Now - Post Malone

16. I'm Upset - Drake

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So, You Want To Be A Nurse?

You're going to find that nursing isn't really about the medicine or the assessments. Being a nurse is so much more than anything that you can learn in school. Textbooks can't teach you compassion and no amount of lecture time will teach you what it truly means to be a nurse.


To the college freshman who just decided on nursing,

I know why you want to be a nurse.

Nurses are important. Nursing seems fun and exciting, and you don't think you'll ever be bored. The media glorifies navy blue scrubs and stethoscopes draped around your neck, and you can't go anywhere without hearing about the guaranteed job placement. You passed AP biology and can name every single bone in the human body. Blood, urine, feces, salvia -- you can handle all of it with a straight face. So, you think that's what being a nurse is all about, right? Wrong.

You can search but you won't find the true meaning of becoming a nurse until you are in the depths of nursing school and the only thing getting you through is knowing that in a few months, you'll be able to sign the letters "BSN" after your name...

You can know every nursing intervention, but you won't find the true meaning of nursing until you sit beside an elderly patient and know that nothing in this world can save her, and all there's left for you to do is hold her hand and keep her comfortable until she dies.

You'll hear that one of our biggest jobs is being an advocate for our patients, but you won't understand until one day, in the middle of your routine physical assessment, you find the hidden, multi-colored bruises on the 3-year-old that won't even look you in the eyes. Your heart will drop to your feet and you'll swear that you will not sleep until you know that he is safe.

You'll learn that we love people when they're vulnerable, but you won't learn that until you have to give a bed bath to the middle-aged man who just had a stroke and can't bathe himself. You'll try to hide how awkward you feel because you're young enough to be his child, but as you try to make him feel as comfortable as possible, you'll learn more about dignity at that moment than some people learn in an entire lifetime.

Every class will teach you about empathy, but you won't truly feel empathy until you have to care for your first prisoner in the hospital. The guards surrounding his room will scare the life out of you, and you'll spend your day knowing that he could've raped, murdered, or hurt people. But, you'll walk into that room, put your fears aside, and remind yourself that he is a human being still, and it's your job to care, regardless of what he did.

Each nurse you meet will beam with pride when they tell you that we've won "Most Trusted Profession" for seventeen years in a row, but you won't feel that trustworthy. In fact, you're going to feel like you know nothing sometimes. But when you have to hold the sobbing, single mother who just received a positive breast cancer diagnosis, you'll feel it. Amid her sobs of wondering what she will do with her kids and how she's ever going to pay for treatment, she will look at you like you have all of the answers that she needs, and you'll learn why we've won that award so many times.

You'll read on Facebook about the nurses who forget to eat and pee during their 12-hour shifts and swear that you won't forget about those things. But one day you'll leave the hospital after an entire shift of trying to get your dying patient to eat anything and you'll realize that you haven't had food since 6:30 A.M. and you, too, will be one of those nurses who put everything else above themselves.

Too often we think of nursing as the medicine and the procedures and the IV pumps. We think of the shots and the bedpans and the baths. We think all the lab values and the blood levels that we have to memorize. We think it's all about the organs and the diseases. We think of the hospitals and the weekends and the holidays that we have to miss.

But, you're going to find that nursing isn't really about the medicine or the assessments. Being a nurse is so much more than anything that you can learn in school. Textbooks can't teach you compassion, and no amount of lecture time will teach you what it truly means to be a nurse.

So, you think you want to be a nurse?

Go for it. Study. Cry. Learn everything. Stay up late. Miss out on things. Give it absolutely everything that you have.

Because I promise you that the decision to dedicate your life to saving others is worth every sleepless night, failed test, or bad day that you're going to encounter during these next four years. Just keep holding on.


The nursing student with just one year left.

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I'm A College Girl Who Doesn't Like To Party, Sue Me

Please don't make me go out, I'm a grandma.


I'm a college girl attending a school known locally for its parties and I would rather stay home in my pajamas, watching Netflix.

When I announced to my aunt that I was committed to URI last summer, she laughed and said that when she was a college student in the late '90s and early '00s at Rhode Island College, it was dubbed as "You Are High." My older siblings talked of parties and how the institution was a spot for people who weren't even students. Some of my friends teased me that I was going to get intoxicated every night and they would get drunk texts at all hours. My parents warned me to be careful and to stay safe. Everyone noted that college was usually a time for young adults to let loose.

Not me.

I have an extremely small circle of friends and if you're not in it, I am utterly uncomfortable engaging in conversation with you. Don't get me wrong, if you talk to me first and you seem like a cool person, I will be fine but I cannot make the first move almost ever. I would be following my group around the whole party which would not only annoy them but most likely result in me standing by myself in a corner for the entirety of the night because I lost them. I don't particularly like to drink or smoke. I'm kind of a lightweight and being high just results in my already bad anxiety shooting through the roof. I like to be sober and completely aware of everything going on around me. Sure there are some who don't participate in either activity but you're seen as a buzzkill for the rest as if your sobriety is ruining their fun.

I am self-conscious about my body. I do not like to wear tight-fitting or short clothes because I will continuously beat myself up for not wearing another outfit or not looking like some Instagram model. I would much prefer my glasses on with a baggy sweater and sweatpants. Unnecessary loud noises irritate me as I easily get migraines from them which can take some time to go away. I get nervous that I will do something embarrassing and be laughed at. I worry something unfortunate will happen.

I like to stay in with my parents and my dog. I like to go to restaurants, museums, amusement parks, and much more with people I am comfortable with. I can sit back with a bowl of popcorn, pop in a movie, and be set for the night. Just not partying. My definition of a good time is different from most college students and that's OK. I may be in college, but I am mentally a grandmother.

If you like to go out and party, I am not judging you. That's your element, go out and own it. But it's not mine.

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