From freshman to senior year, the month of April is a really rough one. From finding out midterm grades to working on final papers, it's hard to not be sidetracked by the warm summer-like air. For anyone in the panhandle, it's especially a struggle because you go to your 9 am class in sweat pants and a long sleeve shirt, and by the time you are heading to your afternoon classes, you are in shorts and a t-shirt and sweating. That doesn't help the summer-lust. With any problem, the best solution is to find a way to make it fun. And if anyone knows struggles and humor, it's Chandler Bing. So here are some of the struggles that college students face in the month of April and how Chandler would handle it.
1. By the time April comes, everyone is so tired and exhausted, sometimes you just have to rest, whether or not your mind agrees
2. Once you get your midterm grades, well let's just say you don't want to be seen, especially by your parents
3. You begin to realize that you aren't here for a MRS. degree, but you actually care about your future career
4. You are too tired or busy studying to go out, and your friends have noticed...
5. Everyone is wanting to start drama and you feel like you are back in middle school
6. Your friends still are trying to get you to go out, even on a Sunday, but Sundays are reserved for something else
7. Monday mornings are especially rough, particularly 8 A.M.s
8. Which can lead to some really awkward situations. And with being exhausted all the time, the situations are just worse.
9. And the only logical solution to day of embarrassing yourself (or maybe a week) is a bath
10. Then you remember why you are here in the first place
11. And the only logical solution to feel better about that is binge eating
12. But all in all, does it actually matter?
So all in all, yeah it is pretty rough, but you can't let something like a bad midterm grade and a lot of finals bring you down, you gotta push through it and hope for the best. But even if you do terrible, it's okay