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[tags: Personal Experience, Autobiography] - The College Experience "Tomorrow is the first day of what I will become." I wrote this in my diary the night before my first day of college.
I was anxious as I imagined the stereotypical college room: intellectual students, in-depth discussions about neat stuff, and of course, a casual professor sporting the tweed jacket with leather elbows.
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Who influenced me to stay on track, and how did they do so.
My mind was blank, but I have never been a person of many words.
[tags: College Admissions Essays] - The Italicization of College: The function of Marijuana in the Academic and Social Experience of College Marijuana serves two primary functions for students in college: it (1) alleviates the daily stressors of institutionalize academia and (2) serves as a social bonding tool among users.
Although I was ready to go off and be by myself and meet new people I was scared to death at the same time.
I didn't know much about the "college experience" and what I did know (or thought I knew) scared me.
[tags: College Admissions Essays] - Recently I was asked, "How did you end up in college?
" It sounded simple enough, but when it came down to writing it I had no clue on where to start.
To understand the function of marijuana in the academic and social experience of college, I observed individuals partaking in the cultural phenomena in both settings and interviewed two self-labeled potheads (daily smokers) who chose to constantly remove themselves from stratified normality....