The Month Of April For A College Student As Told By Chandler Bing

The Month Of April For A College Student As Told By Chandler Bing

Could you BE anymore stressed?

April. It's the time of the school year where every college student is hanging by a thread.

The weather is warm, the classrooms are warmer. Partying is an option at any given moment, but unfortunately, all of those exams, group projects and looming finals do not give af. This dynamic creates a certain type of pain only those living through it can manage to explain.

That is, of course, in addition to Chandler Bing (some of you may know him as Chanandler Bong), who can always help us empathize during times like these.

1. When your professor assigns that last reading assignment

2. When people keep telling you they're done with their finals

3. When all of the work gets to you and you have your fifth mental breakdown this week.

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4. After every single day in the month of April

5. Once the hopeless procrastinating turns into yet another mental breakdown

6. That feeling when you're studying for a cumulative final

7. After hours of studying, your mind begins to wander

8. When you're home for Easter and your family asks, "how are your grades?"

9. When you decide to try to test our your skills in areas besides what you're studying for

How about marketing? ..no... definitely not that one.

10. When you know you're going to fail, so you start to rethink life

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11. You start planning your death because you're sure you can't make it through this month

12. When you finish your last final

13. When the random kid who never went to class all semester shows up for the final and steals your seat

Bonus: Now all you can think is:

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Graduation Is Quickly Approaching And I Couldn't Be More Excited

Finally Finished

August 26, 2013 is a day I will always remember, my first day of college. I can still remember how nervous I was but the tough demeanor I put on as I tried not to look the part of the scared freshman. Little did I know Middle Tennessee State University would become my second home, and with graduation approaching the sadness has definitely set in.

I was always told that your college years are the best years of your life and a place where you find yourself , and that was definitely the case for me. I made life long friendships, bettered myself academically, and learned to love myself for who I truly am.

May 5, 2018 will also be a day I will always remember. As I walk across that stage to receive my diploma tears will definitely be shed, tears of success along with tears of sadness as I will be saying goodbye to my second home.

Even though my time at MTSU is coming to an end rather quickly, I am thankful for the memories, and friendships I made along the way. I am looking forward to starting the next chapter of my life and becoming a proud alumni of one of the best universities out there.

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12 Realistic New Years Resolutions For College Kids

Forget all those crazy resolutions, let's try doable!

Every year right before the start of the New Year we all start to create whatever Resolution we have for ourselves. If we’re honest, we usually forget about the resolutions we make for ourselves fairly quickly when reality hits. Here are twelve realistic New Years Resolutions for us College Kids

1. To have professors in the spring semester that aren’t insane and give you some mercy


2.Actually getting things done... more than five minutes before you have to turn them


3.Getting a little more than three hours of sleep at night


4. Read a book for enjoyment rather then just what you have for school


5.Drinking a little more water and a little less coffee


6. Give a few more hugs


7.Put your phone down, for at least a few minutes a day


8.Tell your friends and family you love them a little more often


9.Cook more and eat out less


10.Take more pictures


11.Work out more, well, even just go for a walk more often


12. Have a few more jam sessions in your car


A New Year is a great chance to make the next one even greater then before, why not make your resolution just a little bit more reasonable?!


HERE'S TO 2018!!!

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