The Ultimate Summer Bucket List for College Girls

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As our very dear friends Phineas and Ferb have articulated to us countless times, “There’s 104 days of summer vacation and school comes along just to end it. So the annual problem of our generation is finding a good way to spend it.” If there is anything we will never grow out of, it's our inability to find things to do over the summer. As college students, the summer is a time to unwind and be with our friends and family back home--which may not always seem exciting, but we are here to help. We present to you the ultimate summer bucket list! 

1. Hit up all your favorite food spots

Be aware that the prices are a bit higher than the cheap pizza you've been ordering all year

2. Break into your old high school

If the police ask, we did not send you.

3. Go on a road trip

Having your car has never felt so good.

4. Crash a high school party

Warning: they are not as lit as you remember them to be.

5. Visit your college friends for a weekend

(Or a month)

6. Take your siblings out to eat

Preferably somewhere mom refuses to take them.

7. Read a book of your choosing

Because you probably haven't had the time to do that all year.

8. Catch up on the shows you love

Reconnect with your inner Blair Waldorf.

9. Relax

You've earned it.

11. Spend time with your parents

They missed you WAY more than you missed them.

12. Go to the beach with your O.G. squad

13. Go to a concert with your O.G. squad

14. Do literally everything with your O.G. squad

15. Remember why you miss this place so much when your at school

I do it for my hood.

About The Author

Paige Herer is a junior at Penn State. She is majoring in public relations and political science with a minor in international studies with hopes of pursuing a a career in PR after graduation. Her business aspirations include but are not limited to becoming Olivia Pope. She has a passion for reading, drinking coffee, long car rides, and scrolling through online blogs for hours. When Paige isn't being ridiculously productive you can find her walking aimlessly around campus trying to figure out how to operate her DSLR camera, or in her tiny dorm room marathoning any and every John Hughes movie.

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