Whether you’re an early grad or a super senior, an English major or pre-med, an East-sider or a West-sider…no one walks across the stage and shakes the Chancellor’s hand without learning these things:
The amount a human being can miss Zaxby’s, Sonic, Target, and Moe’s is truly infinite
So is the amount of anon Twitters people are capable of creating
Chancellor Peacock is the best person alive
And no one remembers names and faces quite like this lady
The deepest wisdom isn’t found in the classroom, but in the bathroom stalls on the first floor of I.G. Greer
The most reliable scientific law: For every last-minute study session there is an equal and opposite ASULearn outage
Human beings can survive much longer without sleep than you thought they could. Much. Much. MUCH. Longer.
There is no panic like making it to the front of the line in Central and realizing you don’t have this:
The Hunger Games has nothing on the race to get a library table during finals week
And if you actually get a study room, you basically feel like this:
Human beings will eat incredibly questionable food if it’s readily available
Fashion is truly in the eye of the beholder
It takes approximately two minutes to make your hands and face start moving again after walking across campus in a blizzard
And approximately two years to realize the “Yosef” puns are never going away
Oh yeah, and that Appalachian family thing you heard about during orientation? It’s real.
That’s the best thing you’ll learn.
And you’ll probably never forget it.
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I’ll be a senior this year, and I can honestly say that I’ve learned these 15 things, and I already know that I’m going to miss this beautiful school.
John Masters said:
I’m from the class of ’81, and I still miss Boone and ASU terribly.