Unofficial Freshman Year Vs. Senior Year
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Unofficial Freshman Year Vs. Senior Year

Practice makes perfect

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Unofficial Freshman Year Vs. Senior Year

Your first Unofficial is a rough time. It is an experience unto itself and something you both will never forget, but never really completely remember. Senior year, on the other hand, you're three years the wiser and far more capable of making sure that you can handle this marathon day. So #TBT to freshman year, and thank God you're wiser now.

Wake up at 6 AM

Freshman year

Senior year

6:30 AM: roll up to the first party of the day

Freshman year

Senior year

7 AM: Kegs and eggs

Freshman year

Senior year

8 AM: More kegs, less eggs

Freshman year

Senior year

9 AM: Kegs and eggs, con't

Freshman year

Senior year

10 AM: Time for class

Freshman year

Senior year

10:30 AM: Sitting in class like

Freshman year

Senior year

11 AM: Second class of the day

Freshman year

Senior year

12 PM: Walking out of class like

Freshman year

Senior year

12:30 PM: Get back to partying

Freshman year

Senior year

1 PM: Still going

Freshman year

Senior year

2 PM: Afternoon lull

Freshman year

Senior year


3 PM: Still going strong (?)

Freshman year

Senior year

3:30 PM: Roll up to the bars... or your dorm

Freshman year

Senior year

4 PM: Necessary break

Freshman year

Senior year



5 PM: Ready... or not

Freshman year

Senior year

6 PM

Freshman year

Senior year

7 PM: Things start to get fuzzy

Freshman year

Senior year

8 PM

Freshman year

Senior year

10 PM

Freshman year

Senior year

12 PM

Freshman year

Senior year

2 AM: Cheers to another successful Unofficial

Freshman year

Senior year


Good luck, kiddos! Don't go too hard and remember, Unofficial is a marathon, not a sprint. Practice makes perfect.








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