How Students Spend Their Summer Break Illustrated By 90s GIFs

How Students Spend Their Summer Break Illustrated By 90s GIFs

Summer Break as Illustrated using GIFs
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Congratulations! We made it! It’s finally over... at least for the next four months. Finals week is officially complete and we can all exhale. In keeping with the celebratory mood we all are feeling, here are some 90s culture GIFs reminding us that we made it through an exhausting period and can now make the most of the summer we have ahead. These 90s GIFs will help illuminate the emotional process we may all be going through at the conclusion of the semester and help us realize the stages we may go through during our few months of relaxation.




How you feel when that last exam is finally over...


How you act with your friends on the first official day of summer break...


When you make plans to have the most productive summer, yet all you end up doing for the first week is…


When you finally get paid and decide to treat yourself for the summer...


Planning a trip to the beach with your girls feels like...


When someone asks what big plans you've made for the summer...


How you feel at the first family cookout of the summer...


When your parents ask you if you’ve applied for a summer job yet...


Summer isn’t as activity filled as you imagined so you end up just doing this...


And this...


How you feel as August quickly approaches, school is just a few short weeks away, and you realize just how little you’ve accomplished during the break...

Summer is still in its beginning stages, but hopefully these GIFs will help promote a far more productive summer break than the usual cycle we often fall into once academic responsibilities cease. Enjoy the break!

Cover Image Credit: mamashealth.com

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6 Places in New York City Every "Friends" Fan Needs to Visit

Grab a cup of coffee at Central Park.
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As a Friends fanatic myself, I often wonder about the places in New York City featured in the various episodes and whether I could actually visit them. Most of them are fictional or no longer exist, but there are a few places you can go to reminisce about your favorite Friends moments. So, here are 6 places in New York City you definitely need to visit as a Friends fan.

1. The Apartment Building, Obviously

The building used for the exterior shot of the apartments in Friends is real, and is located at 90 Bedford Street at the corner of Grove Street in Greenwich Village. It's an obvious must-see.

2. The Pullitzer Fountain

This is the fountain that the friends danced around in for the iconic theme song, and it's located right in Central Park.

3. Bloomingdale's

This is the department where Rachel worked before she moved on to Ralph Lauren, where she met Joshua, and where she started her career in fashion.

4. The Plaza Hotel

This is where Monica and Chandler celebrated their engagement in The One WIth Monica's Thunder, and is actually really gorgeous.

5. The Central Perk Replica

While Central Perk isn't a real coffee shop, a pop-up replica opened up in 2014 on Lafayette Street and it's definitely a must-visit.

6. Chandler's Office

The fictional Chandler works in the real Solow Building, located on West 57th street.

Cover Image Credit: Fame Focus

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Dance Marathon Helped Me Understand What It Is That I Stand For

What do you stand for?

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The weekend of March 1, 2019, I stood for over 20 hours for the kids. Yep, I am not lying.

Dance Marathon at FSU is a 40-hour event split into two shifts of 20 hours. My freshman year, I earned sit times throughout the marathon, which I was incredibly thankful for, but this year was something totally different. I was on the internal team this year, which means, I worked behind the scenes of Dance Marathon since September. Since I was on the internal team, I did not get the opportunity to get the set times that I did the year prior. I was worried about this because I was not sure if I would be able to do it.

Spoiler Alert! I did it.

There were many times during the marathon where I thought that I could not stand much longer, but then some thoughts came into my mind. Who was I standing for? I was standing for the kids who had to get their leg amputated because they had osteosarcoma and could no longer stand on both legs. I was standing for the kids who are bound to their hospital beds right at this very moment because they are not strong enough to walk on their own. I was standing for the children who needed me to help them win their fight.

This is what kept me standing. This motivated me so much that I did not complain once because I knew who I was doing it for, and I was not going to let them down.

There were multiple people who kept complaining. Every word out of their mouth was about how their feet hurt, or how they were so tired. A large part of me wanted to turn to them and tell them, "Do you know how tired Grayson was when he had to have his many rounds of chemotherapy when he was just one-year-old?" I did not say that to them because I realized something. I knew what and who I was standing for, but maybe they didn't. My goal this year is to help all of those people understand WHY they are doing it.

20 hours on your feet may seem like a long time, but to watch $2,210,165.21 go up at the end, nothing compares.

Like the musical group Fun. once sang, "What do I stand? What do I stand for?" To that, I say, "I stand for the kids."


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