Going Out In College Is Not a Bad Thing
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Going Out In College Is Not a Bad Thing

Cheers to the college students just trying to make it to the weekend.

Going Out In College Is Not a Bad Thing
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College students are constantly looking to have a good time. That's why I love going out, whether it's a frat party or a nightclub. I'll say it one more time just to be clear, I love going out. I go to classes five days a week and have homework seven days a week. By the end of the week, I'm in dire need of a good time. Sorry Mom and Dad, but I'm going to go out Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. It's college. Now, going out doesn't mean I'm drinking my liver away, but sometimes I just need to let loose.

For those not in college, it may sound irresponsible and immature to go out every weekend, but fellow college students know that a little party never killed anybody. Between exams, papers, class and everything else about school, I feel as if I need to go out just to maintain my sanity.

No, I don't go out to feel "cool." I go out because we only have four years in college and I know my best memories will happen outside of the classroom. Our entire lives we've been told that college is the best four years of our life and I want to make sure that is true. So before you judge me for being at a nightclub on a Thursday night, know that I am enjoying my time in college while I still have it.

So girls put on your makeup and guys grab your button downs because nights out in college are what get most of us through the week.

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