You Know You're A Second-Semester Senior When...

Ahh... It's finally that time you've been looking forward to the last 4 years or so. After countless all-nighters and sleepovers in the library, you're on your last semester. You've worked so hard to get to where you are. Some of us will keep up that work ethic for the next few months, but really most of us will do the exact opposite. As you look back on the glory years, you can taste graduation just around the corner; but, with graduation comes real-world responisbilites. Joy. However, it is important to remember that you aren't alone in this. There are tons of people around you that are thinking the exact same thing, and they probably all revolve around this...


1. You avoid graduation reminders like the plague.


2. You've started putting all kinds of skills on your resume in hopes of getting any job after graduation.


3. The idea of house parties makes you cringe.


4. You've given up on trying to understand what's going on in your senior seminar.


5. Between class, work, internships, and joining any club on campus to fill your resume, you barely find time for yourself anymore.


6. You finally understand why all your older friends drank so much their last year.


7. You've lost count of how many times people have asked what you're plans after graduation are...

...when really you have no clue what you're actually doing with you life anymore.


8. You start to think that you aren't qualified for anything, and you will be stuck at a dead-end job for the rest of your life.


9. Panic attacks are a regular thing now.


10. But when graduation rolls around, you'll realize all the tears and late nights were worth it.


11. Trust yourself, because you are going to make it out there.


12. Just don't forget to enjoy the time you have left with the friends you've made here!


13. Remember that this place will always be home.


14. Now you're ready to go out in to the world and change some lives!