Everyone's Major Matters

Everyone's Major Matters

Don't mock someone for doing what they love.

Everyone comes to college to purse a passion that they want to spend the rest of their lives doing. Who has the right to say that one major is more important than others? I know it's hard to look at communications major and then compare them to a Pre-Med, but think about it this way: doctors are here to work in hospitals, communications majors are the ones who provide you with the news and entertainment.

Each and every person goes into a major to provide some type of work to the world. If there weren't business majors, who would run companies? Who would be our accountants? Who would be nurses? Who would provide the news? Who would write for newspapers? Who would create the computers we all use? Or our phones? No one can judge someone for pursuing what they want to do.

This world only runs because of the people who are in it. Just because you can't understand why someone is deciding to major in something doesn't mean it's worthless. Each major is a major for a reason. Everyone that graduates from college is coming out with a degree that is going to help someone in some way shape or form. Each person who graduates is going into their major to help change the world. Everything they learn and everything they do is going to change the world they are working in.

Long story short, everyone is put onto this earth to do something amazing. College is just the beginning. Don't ever judge anyone for what they are trying to do. Just encourage them to do great things and just se where they end up.

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Things I Miss Now That I'm Home From College Again

There are so many reasons to be glad that the school year is over, but if you've done it right... there are a lot of reasons to miss it too.


So, school is over now and I've come home. As expected I was so relieved at first. No more showering with flip-flops, no more listening to screaming girls running up and down the hall, and a space that is mine and mine alone. But after a week or so of being back, there are a few things I've already started to miss.

I know that not every single person has the ideal roommate but I got really lucky with mine. Coming home I was excited to have my own space, but now when I'm doing my midnight scrolling, I'm realizing that I miss being able to talk to her about the funny things I see in that very moment. Tagging, DMing, and texting her doesn't feel the same as a long night of giggles spent together.

Also, while seeing old friends when you get home is amazing, and there is always a lot to catch up on, you do start to miss your other friends too. Being in college means that your friends are going through similar things as you are all the time. You have tests together, clubs together, and sometimes you spend way too much time procrastinating together. The bond you begin to form is one you definitely begin to miss - especially when you guys don't live close off of campus.

Coming home also means you don't have a set schedule or at least not immediately. You may come back to a previous job and that puts something on your calendar, but the free time you still have during the week can be a little too much. I know I've spent way too much time obsessing over the Tati/James drama than I ever would have at school. The routine I had at school kept me busy and entertained, and I'm honestly missing it a lot right now.

There are a lot of other things to miss too - even things you thought you wouldn't. You miss the classes, the teachers, and sometimes the food. I know I miss the environment. It isn't a perfect one, but it's full of people just trying to find their way. We are all working through the roller coaster of life and we are all stuck on one beautiful campus together while we figure it all out. I miss meeting new people at the bus stops or running into old classmates and catching up.

I guess the bonus for me is that I just finished sophomore year which means I have more time to spend at school. Come senior year, I guess I'll have to learn quickly how to deal without the things I miss - and also create a schedule so I can travel to see all of my friends, but those are all problems for future me.

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