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College of Southern Nevada

Confessed on April 8, 2014

I hate school, I only go because it’s the one thing I know how to do.


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Arizona State University

Confessed on April 8, 2014

I watched all of breaking bad in a month. I’ve been done with it for 2 months now and it’s still all I can talk about. It’s all that’s on my mind. Even when I go to parties that’s what I talk about. Help


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San Diego State University

Confessed on April 7, 2014

Caught my residents smoking so I joined in. I’m their RA.


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University of Miami

Confessed on April 6, 2014

“During my time here, it has occurred to me how important it is to have a plan after college. Most of us will settle for “I don’t know” or “Grad school.” “I don’t know,” especially for those of us not in a science, is a one-way ticket to professional stagnation. “Grad school,” while necessary for many, is an escape. It’s a cop-out for not having a real plan. Don’t think you have to go directly from school to the dream job. Wait tables, work on your skills/job apps/gigs/marketing/networking in your free time, and don’t lose sight of what you want to do. Don’t settle for “I don’t know.” Come up with something useful, however small.”


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Colorado University, Boulder

Confessed on April 6, 2014

“You’d think that, for the amount of money we pay to go to this school, we could get some washers and dryers in the residence halls that actually work.”


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Northwestern University

Confessed on April 6, 2014

“Two weeks ago, I had lunch with friends and they were talking about this girl who was complaining about how expensive sororities are. I am not in a sorority because of the cost. I don’t feel that I can relate to them anymore.”


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Plymouth State University

Confessed on April 4, 2014

Tip: never try to recreate “breaking bad” in your frat house basement


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