Oh seniors, these past four years (or five if you’re a super senior) have come and gone so quickly. Instead of mentally punching someone when they ask about “your plans for the future,” crying, or drowning your sorrows in [insert your usual hangout bar here] do something productive these last few weeks and get started on your Pitt Bucket List. Don’t lie to yourself about buckling down and studying. Instead, share these precious moments with your closest friends. Here is a list to get you started:
1. Get felt up in one of the Nationality Rooms
2. Get the most out of your Pitt ID!
3. Feel like a freshman again and go to Mi Ranchito. The only difference is you’ll have a valid ID. Trust me, they’ll be confused.
4. Relive old memories by going back to the frats for a night. Nice thing is if it gets busted, you can sit back and relax.
5. Finally get tacos on Atwood, shame on you for not going sooner.
6. Eat up as much Razzy Fresh and Dave & Andy’s as possible!
7. Pitt Arts-Enough said.
8. Catch a Qudditch Team practice
9. Eat everywhere you’ve been putting off (like maybe India Garden) in Oakland, Shadyside, Southside, etc. This also includes food stores such as Merante’s.
10. Find T-Rav, say bye to Shuffles, and have a chat with Salvatore Merante.
11. Sing Karaoke at Hems and get the crowd going with an awesome crowd-pleaser.
12. Get O fries and survive.
13. Finally figure out the maze that is Clapp to Langley.
14. Grab a big table at Hillman during finals week with outlets and have people give you dirty looks.
15. Give the Langley Coffee Cart Man a hug for always brightening your day.
16. Use up all your printer pages just because.
17. Get a fellow undergrad to swipe you into Market.
18. Watch Steel City Bhangra perform one last time!
19. Eat Sorrento’s sober if you dare, or hit up every pizza place in Oakland this weekend.
20. Skip class and streak through Schenley while everyone is tanning.
Well HC readers, hopefully I will see you out and about with your own creative bucket list. Since this is my last article for Her Campus Pitt, I sign off with a thank you to the readers, the organization, and saying: HAIL TO PITT!