Wednesday, May 11, 2011

The College Experience

Well, I'm almost officially halfway done with college. I've really learned a lot in the past year, especially in regards to how ridiculous some people can be. In honor of these individuals, I'm creating a short list of rules that no one covered at orientation.

1. “Is this going to be on the test?” should not be a question that is asked in a college classroom. If the professor is taking the time to talk about it, you should probably pay attention.

2. If you want to take a nap, just go home. Although the library may seem like a nice, quiet place to snooze, your snoring makes it hard to study.

3. Don't pick a fight with the professor. Is it really worth repeating the class? Especially if he/she is the only one who teaches it?

4. Don't complain about how you got a D on a test because you were hungover when you took it. That's nobody's fault but your own.

5. Don't get hammered the night before a test.

6. Don't be the smartest person in class. Or if you are, don't let anyone know about it. They won't leave you alone.

7. Don't be the dumbest person in class. You probably won't be in college for long.

Seven simple rules to follow to make the college experience better for everyone.

Oh, and don't forget to visit the new store!

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