Bucky’s Declassified School Survival Guide III

Tip #829

Job hunting is a stressful time of year for everyone on campus, from the first-years still trying to figure out what to do with their lives, to the seniors realizing that they still have no idea what to do with their lives. Our advice? Don’t stress about it. McDonald’s is always looking for fresh faces. (In all seriousness, how do you write a cover letter?)


Tip #867

Taking time to exercise every week is an important way to stay mentally and physically healthy. You may be wondering what constitutes the ideal workout routine. The answer is simple: stand in the corner, watch more muscular people work out, take mental notes on their technique, leave the gym, go to the Bison, eat a double-order of mozzarella sticks, and then go home and watch Netflix until you fall asleep on your couch with a box of Cheez-Its by your side.


Tip #912

Take your parents to super when they come up for Family Weekend. Seriously, what could possibly go wrong?


Tip #934

Don’t be superstitious. However, it is okay to be a little stitious.


Tip #975

Now might be a pretty good time to start reading the syllabus, that piece of paper your professor gave you on the first day of class that’s tucked away in the back of your folder. Also, if you haven’t ordered your textbook to study for that exam on Friday, you should probably get on that too. Do you even know what classes you’re enrolled in this semester? Who are you? Who do you know here?


Tip #1000

If you could please find me a job that would be really nice. Please.

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