By Nora Landis-Shack ’13
Whether you’re a sophomore or a senior, I guarantee that at some point in your college career, you’re going to freak out. About everything. You’re going to wonder whether and why it all matters, if your college education is even worth it, if your grades /friends /GPA /classes /internships are really all that important.
College can be really scary. But that’s perfectly fine, because you’re going to be okay. How do I know? Having gone through what you’re going through and watched what my friends go through it, I can tell you this with certainty; NO ONE knows what they’re doing, and they rarely ever figure it out.
Even if everyone around you seems to have it all figured out: a perfect internship, perfect significant other, perfect summer plans, or a course schedule, they’re just as scared as you. Everyone around you is confused, worried, wondering if they’ve made the right choices, if things will turn out the way they want them to.
And it’s 100 percent normal and 100 percent okay. Because guess what: for the rest of your life, you will Continue reading