Four years is a decent amount of time on paper, but on the roller coaster ride that is the “college experience,” time is relative. In a blink of an eye, it’s time to graduate and stress out about what comes next. Make sure to get the most out of the college years. Here are some suggestions that will work for anyone’s college bucketlist.
Written by Eman Saffaf
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Take a class for fun
If credits allow, take a class that isn’t required. If there are electives to fill up, it’s a great feeling to actually look forward to class.
Flash mob in the library
During finals week when everybody is tired of late nights and sick of chugging coffee, organize a flash mob in the library.
Pull an all-nighter
Pull an all-nighter at least once in college, whether it’s to finish that big project or to party with friends.
Attend a random event
College is for learning about new things, and getting involved is fun. There’s no need to do anything other than listen and learn. It might just end up being a really good time.