Welcome Back!

Greetings, all! I hope the blog finds you energized and ready for the spring semester. Entertain me. Tell me the most ridiculous piece of advice you got during the break. If you prefer, take a moment to question something that previous generations seem to take for granted. I hope to make use of your anecdotes when the film class covers The Graduate in a couple of weeks, so respond quickly!

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12 Responses to Welcome Back!

  1. Tejus Kotikalapudi says:

    “Kids these days rely too much on medicine instead of letting their immune systems handle it” or something to that tune.

  2. Not A. Ravenclaw says:

    “When I was a kid, no one knew what global warming was. The media has filled your head with false stories.”- a gentleman at a dinner party that my parents were hosting.

  3. Jesse Tran says:

    “If you keep on drinking soda, then you are going to get taller and not be able to ride a school bus!” ~ A friend’s grandmother

  4. Trevor Allen says:

    “Don’t do your homework now, do it later when you’re stressed and you can get it done quicker.” – a fellow student

  5. Hailey says:

    The most ridiculous piece of advice:
    “If you are studying for a test, just write the notes on your eyelids.” – a college friend

  6. Conner Davis says:

    “just procrastinate, worst case scenario you pull an all nighter or two”

  7. Alexandra Magee says:

    “ take the money from student loans and invest it”
    “don’t go to an hbcu.”
    “colleges look at how rigorous your high school schedules are so maybe you should consider taking these courses.”

    film.

  8. Santayzia Anthony says:

    “Let the man decide everything. He’s the man of the house.”

  9. S G says:

    “Applying to more colleges is less stressful as you have more chances to get it!” – A family member who has no idea how 12 unfinished applications feel on the same due date.

  10. Gracie Rowland says:

    “If you’re feeling anxious just read the bible, you’ll feel better immediately” -an extended family member that I rarely talk to offering her unsolicited advice

  11. Bryonie Mandal says:

    “Don’t eat fruit after you shower” – another one of my relative’s forced advice that I must abide by 🙁

  12. Ayden Dusek says:

    On my quest for finding and figuring out how to pay for college, I got many pieces of advice from adults, some who didn’t even go to college. Something that some adults seem to not think about when I discuss my quest for a college is the funding required in order to do so. The problem for me hasn’t been whether or not I have been accepted to a college, but rather how I am going to pay for a college even with financial aid. Currently, my plan is to attend Mississippi State University. Their quote for what they will charge me is around $25,000 with a $5,000. I agree that some money is better than no money, but that still leaves me with $20,000 in debt. My estimated debt will be around $100,000 by the time I earn my bachelor’s degree. This is without graduate school. I guess I will just have to pay student loans for the rest of my life and never be able to truly live a stress-free life.

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