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Posted Nov. 9, 2007

Cerina De Souza
Assistant Editor

Being a first year college student can be exciting, but leaving the comforts of home for a place of unlimited freedom can be the true testament of how you live your life when you think no one is watching.

When you receive a letter in the mail congratulating you on your college acceptance, with numerous follow-up letters explaining housing options, financial aid conditions, and the endless possibilities of club and organization participation, it can be very exciting.

First year students should get involved with extracurricular activities though it is important to proceed with caution.

Going out and being young is wonderful, but unchecked, social activity and even gregariousness can lead to unwanted attention, particularly for freshmen who don’t have the lay of the land.

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