Sunday, May 22, 2016

College in Review, the Snapchat Edition

Hello, friends! As I have been an aimlessly floating, broke asshole a college graduate for a little under a month now, I am far overdue for a "college in review" post. While I haven't done the finest job in documenting the moments like this:

My friends and I have soared in the "let's capture the timelessly embarrassing photos for everyone to remember forever" department, and as such, there is a plethora of moments--for your enjoyment alone--like this:

Why I'm not a supermodel by now, the world will never know
Yet there were plenty of crying fits in the library at 2am opportunities for emotional growth, that, as a PSU alum, I care to look back on: we laughed. We cried. We ate too much Sheetz.

That's right State College, be cool and introduce a Sheetz, right before I leave. Love you, too.

As a disclaimer, while this is titled the Snapchat review, I didn't start obnoxiously spamming people's stories until junior year. And I'm pretty sure I didn't know what a screenshot was until, like, yesterday. Why I'm trusted to work with technology, I still don't know. As such, this will include your classic photo booth photo shoots my roommate and I were cool enough to create freshman year of college.

Because if a poorly sketched Eiffel Tower background doesn't scream sophistication, nothing does.

So, without further ado, I present to you Kira's college in review, the Snapchat edition (grades may or may not have been hurt in the making of this collection)!

We studied hard and consequently received a quality education:








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We made smart health and lifestyle choices that will benefit us for the rest of our lives:










We always treated our friends with dignity and a healthy level of respect:













 We developed our style in sophisticated and exciting new ways:





























 We learned how to relationship appropriately and responsibly:






















We learned how to adult effectively:






































When we weren't studying or crafting our effectiveness as upstanding citizens, we were making a difference at our respective places of employment:





But, ultimately, through all the trials and tribulations of college life, we had this solid piece of advice to fall back on:

It's been real, Penn State.


Namaste.