Tag Archives: The 9th semester
1-Waking Up: Confused, you open your eyes and survey whatever nest of blankets and coats you roosted in last night. Akin to a PTSD-riddled veteran,
Anxiety pulsates through your body—some cave to a sweet tooth, others concede to a ranch tooth, and right now you and your alcohol tooth just
New Year’s is over. You’ve already broken your resolution to eat less, exercise more, or be nice to people. Life on break has become a
If you're truly a beacon of productivity, you'll spend this time focusing on real accomplishments.
Here’s the scenario: you’re back in town from college, or from wherever you’ve been working, and you’re out with old friends grabbing some drinks to
It’s that time of the year again, finals week is almost upon us (try to contain your excitement)! Sleepless nights, poor personal hygiene, Adderall induced
Crucial information. Trying to live without rendezbooze in your vocabulary is not really living at all, now is it?
No Sleep, in addition to being a song your roommate exhaustingly overplayed during your junior year of college, is something that
They always say high school sports is all about the life lessons. They were sort of right.
The past fifteen years has arguably been the greatest stretch in the history of television. While you've probably heard that statement
The thing about being friends with someone, particularly over a long period of time, is that you also have to be
Pregames are a lot like life before age 30--though we all know pretty much where things are heading, not enough time
"Selling out" has a very interesting connotation in today's Drake lyric-filled world. On one hand, the term seems to represent compromising
Oftentimes, the demands of life require people to be good at stuff. But not everyone is good at stuff, so some people have to lie
It's the stetch run. And although you'll try to your hardest to #makeitcount these next few days, they'll probably go something like this:
Time occured. And you, the college Brohemoth, took that time and did a bunch of things that would sound more impressive if you deemed them
The "group" project stereotype usually goes like this--one person does all the work, the others do nothing, the others only do nothing cause the one
It’s a cold world out there. Unless you’re from Florida, in which case it’s a cold world in there. (The passion for air conditioning in
For reasons known to most everyone, Investment Banking and related professions have become the de-facto thing to do if you’re smart, driven, and generally well-adjusted
My roommate and I recently came to the conclusion that drinking a lot of alcohol, from the first vestige of pregame to the final stage
Certain campuses are bigger hotspots than others, but given the hipster love affair with the concept of osmosis (populate places not currently populated), it's a
Westeros Class of 2013.
The majority of us have been on Facebook for over half a decade now. Over the course of that time, we and the people around
What that small fortune in tuition is truly paying for. #Lifelessons cost some coin, I guess.
No matter how large or small your school may be, there are certain strains of human that manage to exist on virtually every campus in
You don't need me to tell you that "EDM" is a huge deal, that it's becoming increasingly embraced by late teens and early 20-somethings, and
We like to think that our parents love us. But as college gets the best of us, it's pretty easy to put that to the
There is no reason for your evenings to revolve around this place. But they do.
The greatest time of everyone's life comes back to reality. And if there's one thing that's for certain, you'll definitely be hearing about it.
Yes, FOMO’s existence as a four letter-hashtaggable acronym makes it one of the more despicable phrases in the college-aged lexicon by default. But actually, there’s
Dim lights + a lot of alcohol + bar etiquette + being in college = a lot of pretty funny things.
Another semester may be just around the corner, but you're still not going back. Instead, take solace (or pity) in the following:
We'll save the obligatory introductory statements, and get right into it--a lot went down this year, and here's a guide that probably won't keep it