Ahh, to be a senior. The cool kids on campus. The
know-it-alls. The students who know Arizona State University like
the back of their hand — hey, where did that come from?
College seniors have all the answers, or at least we like to think
We who created this Web site do have all the answers, however.
At least on how to survive your senior year of college:
- SENIORITIS! This is a word you all should
know, you will be experiencing the side effects of this disease
at many points during your final year. Side effects include
laziness, lack of motivation, an incessant urge to have fun,
an inability to do any work where you must concentrate for an
excess of 20 minutes. If these symptoms continue for more than
30 weeks (two semesters for those of you who can't do the math),
please consult your advisor on how to graduate.
- Now, we know that this won't be your first spring break, but
this is the one that matters the most. It will be the last one
for a very, very, very long time — unless you are going
to be a teacher, but then you will be grading papers the entire
time, so it doesn't count. Your senior spring break should be
spent somewhere fun like Vegas or on the beaches in California.
These two places can be enjoyed with college student-funds,
but if you can afford something more luxurious, like Hawaii
or the Bahamas, please share the wealth.
- And now what you all have been waiting for — alcohol.
Alcohol can love you or it can hate you; it is just a matter
of respect. Beer Pong is a game you will become associated with
if you are not already familiar with it. One thing though, make
sure you pick a really funny name — Beer Pong is fun anyway,
but with a fun, silly name it makes it that much more entertaining.
Watch out for the Pub Crawl. It sounds like a good idea at the
start — start at 6 p.m. and end at 2 a.m. with a bar every
hour — but the next day when you can't stop the room from
spinning you may be thinking twice. Stick by this rule of thumb:
one drink per bar and don't mix your liquor. Oh yeah: don't
forget your DD (designated driver) or your DW (designated walker).