Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Ten Things You Will Experience In College

Attend A Frat Party

You know those legendary parties you kept hearing about that are hosted by fraternities? Sounds like a myth when you think about it every now and then. Well it’s not a myth. When you go to college and they have a fraternity house, guarantee that there is a wild party being planned around the corner. When you go to a frat party you will experience one of the wildest nights of your life. Expect alcohol, loud music, tons of people, you know the rest. You will have a wild night that you won’t forget.

Smoke Marijuana

Just like alcohol, marijuana is going to be around you like a drug tempting you to go down the road. It’s hard to avoid it. Students in college are smoking it around the corner in areas where hardly anyone walks around. Pot dealers are sometimes in walking distance from the campus because they were called by fellow students to meet them around certain places. You might even smell a bit of it marinating on a student’s clothes. So why not get it out of the way and scratch it off your bucket list. It doesn’t have to be a full joint. You can get it out of the way with a simple huff and puff.

Have a Romance on Campus

You’re around classmates and people around your age group every single day. It’s bound to happen if you’re single that you’ve developed this slight attraction for someone on campus. You will walk across the hall one day and there is this one person who just can’t take off of. You instantly have the picture of the two of you as a couple. By all means, go for it. Relationships are a beautiful thing, and you especially deserve a moment like in college. Love conquers all.

Vomit From Excessive Drinking

We all started out as rookie drinkers. We were just so excited to experience the thing that was forbidden for us to drink until we turned twenty-one. We were inexperienced in the beginning. We didn’t know that you were supposed to sip vodka instead of gulping like we do with Gatorade and soda pops. The conclusion is always the same.

You getting majorly wasted and finding yourself vomiting everything out in the bathroom toilet, or a mop bucket. Whichever one is closest to you. Just know that it happens. It’s going to take a while before your body is actually capable of holding liquor.

Get Involved In a Club

Extracurricular activities are a must for students who want to do more than just go to class and study. If you have a hobby, skill, or talent, there is perhaps a club on campus that fits what you like to do. If you’re English major who loves to write, join the writers club. If you’re a business major with a taste for advertising, there might be a club related to communications. Joining a club is a perfect way to keep you active and busy on campus.

Have A Professor That Just Don’t Like You

Not every teacher is going to like you. There will be a time in college where there will be that one professor where no matter how hard you try they just don’t like you for some reason. Maybe they had a expectation of you passing and you kept on failing. Maybe you’re always smiling and they don’t understand how a student can have a jolly personality all the time. Either way, just be prepared when a situation like that between you and your professor to happen. It can start from a time when you’re getting your Associates or when you’re getting your Ph.D.

Have A Enemy

No matter what you do, there are some people in this world that just isn’t going to like you. Somewhere down the line, you’ll meet someone that won’t like you, and you won’t like them back with a passion. You might develop a rivalry with this person, and are always competing to become better than the other from a distance. Either way, at least you’ll acknowledge that the two of you are enemies. Have a friendly fight without actually punching each other in the face.

Stepping Out Of Your Comfort Zone

College is all about experimentation. As you get older, you want to try out new things. Maybe you’ve been the nice guy/girl all your life and you perhaps want to do something wild at least once in your life. You’re allowed that. The last thing you want to do is being in your forties regretting about the things you wish you should have done. Live while you’re young. Be up to things while you still can. That way, when you’re older, you’ll have plenty of stories to tell.


The same way happiness comes into our lives, so does sadness. It can revolve around a friendship falling apart, a relationship that didn’t last, not passing in a class, or having a heated argument with the one you love. Heartache is bound to happen at least once to you. The best thing to do is to just lay back and go through the emotions. Then when that time come when you’re ready to stop crying, you’ll be able to pick yourself back up, and be able to battle with life dead in the face again.

New Ways of Learning

Here is something people don’t tell you in high school. Teachings in college are so much different from the way you were taught in high school. It’s a whole new ball game that you need to adapt to quickly. So throw away all the things you learned in high school into the dumpster, and adapt to this new way of learning in college. It’s better to know this while you’re ahead. If you think college is just like high school, get ready to have life slap you in the face.

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