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Dear Senioritis Seniors, Make The Time To Cherish Your Last 3 Months Of College

It's still acceptable to be a delinquent, so go live your best life for a few more months.

Dear Senioritis Seniors, Make The Time To Cherish Your Last 3 Months Of College
Mckenna Tunney

Don't forget to enjoy the rest of senior year.

We are right on the cusp of huge change, and adulthood. Right on the edge of still being able to be a delinquent without it being an irresponsible adult.

I have found myself recently being incredibly done with school, and having major senioritis and truly not wanting to do anything school related. Also once you have a dope internship and are interviewing for grown up jobs, you start finding yourself getting psyched to get paid for your hard work. Instead of paying people to stress us all the heck out, we'll be getting paid to be stressed. So much better right?

But anyways, I've started to get excited for my future, developing a career, growing in relationships with friends and my boo thang. Everything I've been working towards since kindergarten is SO close to becoming reality.

But I have to tell you, enjoy this last upcoming quarter. Enjoy the fact that you're not a full timed employee or graduate student. Enjoy being able to hang out with all different groups of friends, because they are all still around. Enjoy all the relationships you've built, before a lot of them move to all parts of the world. Enjoy being able to be still pretty reckless. Just enjoy all those little things.

Go out there and do all those little things you have always said you'd get around to doing but never have. Go join that IM team, a cappella group, or go join that weird random club. Just do it all before it's no longer seen as cool to be on a quidditch team.

Don't forget that this is some of the best times of our lives, don't get caught up with the thought of being done and never having home again (s/o to grad students sorry xoxo). Go live your best college life for a few more months.

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