Column: Five glorious years

كيفية تجارة الاسهم April is here, and for most students, that simply means finals, lots of rain and temperamental weather as we slowly make the change over to summer. For me and my other senior class members, however, this month is the last time many of us will set foot inside a university. It is an exciting and nerve-wracking time, where everything and nothing seems possible. As I reflect on my five glorious years at Northeastern, I guess I can say I learned a thing or two. My takeaways from the last five years include:

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أفضل إشارات فوركس المجانية 2. Treat college like a 9-to-5 job, then weekends will be free for parties (I never got this one quite down).

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see 4. Whatever your major is, get involved in some relevant extra-curricular. I have been involved with The News since my first week freshman year; it looks good on the resume and makes you new friends.

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متى موعد بيع اسهم بوان 8. Get a customer service job during your college years. Not only will you get what I call “party money” from working, it will teach a little humility (an aspect I’m sorry to say some of my peers are missing).

go to link The college years are so much more than just an academic experience – they’re a life experience. Many adults treasure their time in college and reflect on it often. It is heartbreaking to know that this time of my life, when I had endless fun and very minimal responsibilities, is now drawing to a close. I even find myself looking at freshmen with scowls of jealousy because they get to experience college for the first time.

كم الطلب على اسهم الاهلي These five years went by fast. To those graduating, good luck! To those staying in school for a while longer, best wishes. I find myself very thankful at this point in my life, for attending Northeastern, for my professors who put up with my frequent tardiness or just not showing up at all (more of a freshman year characteristic). Thank you to my professors for inspiring me to stick with journalism, no matter how long the road may seem. Thanks to my friends, who have done everything from spotting me cab fare when my wallet was stolen to taking road trips down to Baltimore just for the purpose of raving. My parents also deserve thanks, for instilling in me a work ethic that finally came out in college, and for footing the bill for Northeastern (which, although I love it, is crazy expensive). I promise I will use my degree for something more than waitressing. Now, on to the real world and all that it holds. Don’t be surprised if I am found crying in my bed in six months, unsure if I can handle a work experience longer than that (thanks, co-op). I’m sure I’ll be fine, though someone has to pay those loans back; mom and dad, feel free to chime in at anytime.

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