22 College Majors Described By Vine's Greatest Hits

22 College Majors Described By Vine's Greatest Hits

In loving memory of Vine. In honor of V2.

Yes, I'm one of many people who were heartbroken when Vine ended last January. For years, Vine made us laugh so hard we cried and it has brought some pretty interesting people to the forefront of our Instagram explore pages. Vine is by far the most relatable social media platform that has ever existed! For all of you college students who are anxiously awaiting Vine's big brother, V2, here's a little throwback that we can all relate to.

1. Pre-Med

Honestly, what else would pre-med be?

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2. Historic Preservation

They inevitably care about every single detail of everything that's ever been built, but they know how to joke about the details too.

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3. Business

Always trying to make a buck...

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4. Communications

Word choice, spacing, and punctuation are important.

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5. Psychology

At least they're being honest when they tell you what's wrong with you.

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6. Education

Education majors are literally only education majors because they hate the education system and want to fix it. Trust me, I know.

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When they're not talking about how much homework they have, they're definitely throwing around words like electrolytes and trying to do some wild experiments in their dorms.

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8. Sociology

They know all about why people act the way they do, so obviously they're going to have some pretty awesome advice.

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9. Musical Theatre

This needs no explanation.

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10. Economics

These are the same kids who made PowerPoints to convince their parents to take them on vacation.

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11. Political Science

Again, what can you say?

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12. Foreign Language

The best thing about being friends with foreign language majors is watching them try to create authentic accents while learning new words.

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13. Music Theory

All forms of art can work together.

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14. Women and Gender Studies

Let's go, girls!

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15. Public Health

They may go a little bit overboard sometimes, but their hearts are always in the right place.

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16. Hospitality and Tourism Management

You have to start somewhere!

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17. Pre-Law

Practice makes perfect.

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18. Culinary Arts

These are the beloved dorm chefs.

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19. Exercise Science

Using milk jugs as weights, the deli meats as punching bags, and the kix...

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20. Dance

Everything is a performance.

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21. Religious Studies

Jesus is everywhere!

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22. Music

Music can have lots of different interpretations...

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And then there's all of us

When you have three papers due, two exams tomorrow, and absolutely no motivation to go on...

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Share this with your Vine-loving and V2-awaiting friends to show your never-ending love for the best social media of all time!

Special thanks to Kendall Phillips and Luke Bagwell for helping me find the perfect Vines.

Cover Image Credit: YouTube / regaljoe

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A Letter To My Freshman Dorm Room As I Pack Up My Things

Somehow a 15' x 12' room became a home.


Dear Geary 411,

With your creaky beds, concrete walls, and mismatched tile floors, you are easily overlooked as just another room we were randomly assigned to— but you were different. Inside your old walls, I have made some of the best memories of my life that I will hold on to forever.

Thank you for welcoming my neighbors in with open arms who quickly became friends who didn't knock and walked in like you were their own.

I feel like an apology is needed.

We're sorry for blaring the music so loud while getting ready and acting like we can actually sing when, in reality, we know we can't. Sorry for the dance parties that got a bit out of control and ended with us standing on the desks. Sorry for the cases of the late-night giggles that came out of nowhere and just would not go away. Sorry for the homesick cries and the "I failed my test" cries and the "I'm dropping out" cries. We're sorry for hating you at first. All we saw was a tiny and insanely hot room, we had no idea what you would bring to us.

Thank you for providing me with memories of my first college friends and college experiences.

As I stand at the door looking at the bare room that I first walked into nine months ago I see so much more than just a room. I see lots and lots of dinners being eaten at the desks filled with stories of our days. I see three girls sitting on the floor laughing at God knows what. I see late night ice cream runs and dance battles. I see long nights of homework and much-needed naps. Most importantly, I look at the bed and see a girl who sat and watched her parents leave in August and was absolutely terrified, and as I lock you up for the last time today, I am so proud of who that terrified girl is now and how much she has grown.

Thank you for being a space where I could grow, where I was tested physically, mentally and emotionally and for being my home for a year.


A girl who is sad to go

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What I Wish I Knew About Life After High School Before I Had To Live It

Life after high school isn't always what you expected it to be.


So you're about to graduate high school and you think you have it all figured out. You and your best friends are going to stay close throughout college and you're going to take those long road trips in college to see each other. Think again.

Life after high school isn't always what you want it to be. You think you'll miss high school, you'll always be close with your high school besties, and you'll have all this free time in college. That's just not entirely true. I personally do not miss high school. I don't really talk to anyone I went to high school with on a regular basis, and I'm totally OK with that. I have friends in college that I believe will be my lifelong friends whereas my friends in high school didn't make an effort to keep in contact with me after high school.

I haven't had all the free time I've dreamed of in college, because I'm busy with school and meetings. When I'm not doing homework, I'm making sure the rest of my life is in order and all my stuff for school is in line. I'm not the crazy party girl that people think I am because of where I go to school. I'd rather sit in bed and watch Netflix than go out with my friends. I'm not a 4.0 student, but I work so hard in my classes just to make sure that I'm passing. I study a week before tests and still don't always make A's. And that's OK. It's not what I expected during my college years, but it's what's happening, and most of my friends are the same way.

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Just know that life in college isn't all easy, breezy, and beautiful like Covergirl. It's hard and you will struggle whether it be in school or with your friends. College isn't always complete freedom. You'll be tied down with school and life and you won't have the free time that you always imagined. You won't always be best friends with your high school friends. You won't be taking those road trips because you won't be able to afford them, and if you're like me, your parents won't let you.

College won't be exactly what you dreamed it'll be, but it'll be some of the best years of your life.

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