Having spent three semesters at my University now, I've grown quite accustomed to college life. I've been through almost every cliche scenario associated with most college students. I've sped through easy A classes, slept in and missed class (sometimes making it but falling asleep at class), had my fun classes, had my boring classes, and I've even failed a couple classes. I rushed and pledged to a fraternity when I first got to campus last fall and I've never looked back. Being Greek has definitely impacted my college experience for the better. I've also greatly broken out of my shell since my high school days. I've been to college parties, participated in philanthropy and volunteering events, and attended seminars and entertainment on campus (like a pre-med forum or watching movies on giant projector screens near the commons building).
I am now looking towards the future with eager anticipation, knowing all the joys I'll have as my college career develops. There will obviously be hardships along the way, but I'm confident I'll overcome them easily. Have any of you ever experienced a typical college cliche?
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