My own college graduation was nearly a year and a half ago, but I can still remember the mixed emotions that were senior year as vividly as if they were yesterday.
What should a high school senior know before going to college.
I'd pay anything to go back and do it all over again.
So this thread on Reddit's r/AskReddit is going crazy viral right now in college circles.
Today is the first day of class for many schools around the country.
Have to admit, not bad advice for getting someone to passive-agressively shut the f*ck up behind you during a lecture.
We place a lot of emphasis on party school's and colleges with the most sl*ts per square foot around these parts but the fact remains our parents send us off to college for one reason: take us off the payroll.
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[inline:belushi]Last week we posed a challenge to the Brommunity to offer up some helpful advice to all those high school seniors out there who are about to make one of the most important decisions in their lives: where they should go to college.