What has life taught you that college never could?
Share with others what you've learned about life that cannot be learned in college.
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In college, you don't learn how young you are. How the things you agonize or triumph over are not usually life's biggies: mating, children, death, finances, etc. How lucky you are to be stressed out over calculus, to have the freedom to stay up all night working on a paper on Camus. But there are also things that did count those college years. it. The hangovers that kept you from organized sports The unprotected sex that led to the abortion. The friendships you upheld-- worked on, let grow around you after they were no longer easy-- now are girls who fly across the country for your big events, take your calls in the middle of the night. And only later do you realize that the name of your college will only carry you so far. The more you depend on it to forge,your identity, the bigger ass you will become.