The party stories are spread by word throughout the hometowns of the college-goers. The livelihood, craziness, remembrance— or not so much remembrance— is portrayed in movies, and is also mostly portrayed on social media. Back to that misconception. You are bound to find people with your same interests.
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"Here's What Happened When I Decided Not to Drink in College"
Despite my overwhelming effort to turn a blind eye to this terrifying subject, I realized that the movies and the overall hype surrounding college life only ever focused on one thing: an abundance of parties. It was then that I noticed this truth everywhere. I read it in the books. I saw it on my Facebook timeline.
May edited May in College Admissions. Bottomline: I don't drink or smoke. I have heard it is pretty bad at many of the ivies, and my fear is that the only way to escape this is by going to a religious school. I don't particularly want to go to a religious school Georgetown is the only exception. I am third in my class, and I want to go to a top 40 school.
November edited November in College Life. What are college dorm parties like? Is there grinding and stuff which I love, but I"m a grade ahead and won't turn 18 till spring of freshman year, so for the majority of my first year I can't get into clubs? What kind of music do they play?