The all-out, end-of-year parties traditionally reaffirm that there IS a line between plain drama, and seriously sketchy.
The 'school to home to school' transition can be a rough one. Avoid eye contact with the parents until the check clears.
It's your school's last chance to make you suffer, from boring practices and ceremonies to sweltering black robes and family gatherings.
Incoming freshman, you have a lot to learn about the ugly roommate situation which lies ahead. You might as well start here with the truth.
It's a well-known fact that dads like nothing better than to spend an evening gorging on all-you-can-eat food. Don't fight their appetite.
If you're lucky, the theme park operator (university) will let you take a free ride (more schooling) on the rollercoaster of drama (college life).
If you can't stand the heat, get out of the dorm. But be ready to display your latest hookup to the rest of the building.
They say it's the little things in college that make it all worthwhile. Try telling that to the dorm janitor who always cleaned up your puke bits.
Like your 6th grade human sexuality videos told you, change can be both frightening and exciting. But eventually, you'll grow to accept it.
The time when all the stuff from Saturday night's escapades comes together in multiple sobering, and often embarrassing, realizations.
Two by two, they take the aisle—one couple after the next, narrowing your single friends to a minority. Who will be wedlocked up next?
Packing can be a fine art if you want to casually acquire your friends' leftover belongings. Just don't involve your parents in the process.