Freshmen Tweets From Syllabus Week
The first week of freshman year is by far the most exciting week of college. You’re thrown into East Halls (or South or West if you’re lucky, I say) with 8,000 of your closest friends in one mess of ice breakers, free stuff, and drunkenness.
It’s a lot of fun, but it’s also funny for those who have been there before to see freshmen acclimate to a new lifestyle. With that in mind, here are the best freshmen tweets from the first week:
— Kiki (@kikiadams_) August 24, 2014
College president quotes Dumbledore at convocation: I picked the right school #PSU
— Alex Mengers (@raining_MENgers) August 24, 2014
That convocation was poppin. Hot as shit though lol #PSU18
— c’est la vie (@Cozayyyy_) August 24, 2014
#BAPFTS PSU pep rally so hype
— Zach Lockley (@Z_lock) August 24, 2014
— Sean Ryan (@SSeanR) August 25, 2014
Got in a selfie with James Franklin #nbd
— Erin McGuigan (@emcguigan88) August 25, 2014
Late on the first day of class. Typical
— Tori (@torihendershot) August 25, 2014
#WeAre so lost
— Madison (@maddisammm) August 24, 2014
— Anna Tercek (@Anna_Tercek) August 26, 2014
25 minutes to get to class #eastprobs
— Joe Sheaffer (@JoeSheaffer1) August 26, 2014
After Fkn walking 20 miles In three days still waiting for the wonderful expiriences everyone says east halls are worth the walk for
— lys (@alysaaaa_) August 27, 2014
Why must east halls be so far away from literally everything on this campus????
— Morley McCaul (@MORLEYandme) August 27, 2014
A lot of freshmen already complaining about the walk to class. Just wait until it’s 10 degrees and cascading snow, kids.
— Alyssa Zaorski (@AlyssaZ10) August 28, 2014
My diet consists of canyon pizza and water. #college
— Hunter Ray (@Hunterr_Ray) August 26, 2014
We don’t recommend that as a lifestyle.
Chem 110 is going to be the reason for my tragic demise
— Jess Rogowicz (@jessrogo) August 28, 2014
— Claire Kelly (@dontevenclaire_) August 29, 2014
Just sayin it would be nice for my phone to be able to connect to wifi while I go $60,000 in debt #PSU18
— Nick Malizia (@Malizia22) August 27, 2014
Life is good when you finally learn how to use the blue loop
— Chloe Scott (@chloescott32) August 27, 2014
If anyone is looking to cut some weight in a completely natural way, go ahead and sit in the basement of Findlay Commons with a trash bag on
— Cecilia Stuetz (@ceciliaPSU) August 27, 2014
8am classes are miserable. #psu18
— ひJoe McManusひ (@jmcmanus412) August 26, 2014
I actually straight up argued with the Willard preacher today
— Caroline☽☼☾ (@SeeeJudy) August 28, 2014
Some things never change…
— Matty Bee (@ItsMeMattyBee) August 27, 2014
Thank god for air conditioned dorm #PSU18
— Matt Semanick (@SEMIautoMATTick) August 23, 2014
Having ac makes you the popular kids on the floor
— Joe Sheaffer (@JoeSheaffer1) August 29, 2014
Holy shit I love penn state
— Ally Bucci (@Bucci_Maneee) August 28, 2014
Cold Canyon pizza is the breakfast of champions
— Dr. Patrick Fiend (@PKing1101) August 28, 2014
Once again, we don’t recommend this lifestyle.
I love this place! #PSU18
— Joe Lesso (@PanthersJoey88) August 26, 2014
“Welcome to penn state here’s some free Nutella” my schools better that yours pic.twitter.com/bLMmeIvYiX
— Calissa Smith (@caloooose) August 27, 2014
2 classes 2 hour break then 2 classes 2 hour break and then 1 class. This is amazing. #PSU18
— Zachary Rossman (@ZachisDoug) August 25, 2014
Every night u hear “Wassup with that party tonight though?” Its crazy lol #PSU18
— ℳ a l i k (@Leek_47) August 27, 2014
Love my school so much. What a great decision #PSU18
— Bchainz (@borregochainz) August 22, 2014
And there you have it. So, freshmen, while you may dislike the long walks or the uncomfortably hot dorm rooms, never forget that you go to the best damn school in the country. Because although it may not seem like it, four years will go faster than you think.
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