Graduation brings goodbyes. Farewell to professors, dorm rooms, classes, and an invincible attitude. It also brings about a change in friendships. The classmates of four years, the roommates you lived with, and the friends you went out with are no longer right across the hallway from you. I have a different kind of story with something I consider to be one of my best friends. With it, I have not only made unforgettable memories but also hilarious life lessons that I am thrilled to share. These are the adventures of me and my beach kruizer.
From the moment a student walks onto the campus of Monmouth University, he or she is bombarded with flyers, emails, and verbal advice that stress the importance of getting involved in student clubs and organizations. The overwhelming insistence can be a turn off for some students who simply want to go to class and be done with their day.
Students Combat the Temptation to be Lazy During the Last Few Weeks of School
Final exams begin in three weeks. Summer break begins in four weeks. Graduation is in five weeks. With the semester’s close in sight, the anticipation of time off from school work, a new job and beach season slowly start to take precedence in students’ minds.
Deciding When to Begin Working After College
Some may disagree, but I think change is good. Whatever those changes may be, I firmly believe that a person is able to make changes to his or her life by taking a step back to look at things with a new perspective.
Senior Student Shares Sentiments About Moving On
One Student Shares Story of How Her Vision for the Future Changed Throughout College Years
When I was in the first grade, I remember writing down all of the things I wanted to be when I grew up; an astronaut, a teacher, a mommy, a puppy. I wanted to be anything I found inspiring and fun.
Reality Television Shows Sometimes Teach Viewers More About Themselves Than They Think
One Student’s Reaction to the Recent Knowledge She May Not Graduate on Time
Imagine the spring semester of your senior year in college. Schoolwork seems like a piece of cake, nights and weekends are well spent, and job searching is an exciting new adventure. The only thing standing between you and the professional working world is graduation.
Football and food. Is there anything more perfect than that combination? I can think of many things, but most of America begs to differ. I’m not much of an NFL fan, partially because my team is downright awful every season. I rarely watch any games, hardly know any players, and could only tell you a handful of teams in the league. However, I know that the beginning of every February brings a lot of hype for football, media, and of course, food.
Enter the New Year with Achievable Goals