Anonymous asked:
What are some songs you think absolutely everybody should listen to?

I honestly don’t even know how to answer this question, because music interests are so subjective to each individual that my answer would not be relevent to another.

Anonymous asked:
what advice do you have for incoming college freshman?

My advice would be to definitely put school work first. I know that sounds weird because college to most people is about new experiences and partying, and that’s true, but there has to be a balance.

When I was a freshman in college, I didn’t try as hard as I should have and didn’t put homework before going out. And because of that, I basically failed out. By the end of my spring semester I was on academic probation and didn’t even bother going to most of my finals. And I had to take a year off because of it. Now 20, I am really struggling to get back into the school environment. It’s weird to think that I will be 21 and still a freshman by academic standards. (Side note, I do start with 8 credits at my local community college in just under a month! :] WOOOO!!)

College is not high school. You will actually have to put in hours of studying and pay attention in lecture if you want to pass. The moment you start to struggle, go see a tutor. Take care of the questions before you get lost in the lesson and can’t catch up. Seriously. College campuses have so many resources for their students. They want you to succeed. Use them. Use the tutors, the TA’s, the library, study groups. It will only help you in the end.