Being a student at San Diego State University comes with a lot of responsibility. You have to find the perfect balance between schooling, sleeping, and raging. Thankfully we’ve got it down to a science! Here’s what a typical day as a student at San Diego State is all about.
Rise and grind! You hear that alarm go off for your dreaded 8 am and the world seems like it has momentarily come to a halt. But don’t you worry, thankfully you only need to check in with course key and it just so happens to work from your apartment! So you go back to sleep for a few more hours, then drag your hungover body to the bathroom to wash off the regret and poor decisions made the night before.
A good breakfast is always a power move, so convincing a freshman to swipe you in to Cuic for an omelet is the next step in your day. Once your tummy is nice and full it’s a good time to get those gains and hit the ARC. It makes you feel a little less bad about all the late night Panchos you had the night before.
Now it’s time to get to work. You’ve convinced yourself you have no reason to not make it to your afternoon class, and it’s your turn to take your friend’s clicker anyways. If you’re really feeling productive you hit the lib after and grind out the essays you’ve been putting off until the few hours before they’re due. But hey, due today do today am I right?!
Gym, class, and studying all done, it’s time to celebrate! You head back home and prepare for the night’s festivities. A run to Keg or CVS is usually necessary to stock up, then it’s time to have some fun. You throw on whatever outfit is fit for the ridiculously themed party for the night and head out.
After raging so hard you have to replenish your body with vital nutrients, so you hit up Trujillos of course. What seems like an eternity later, you finally get your food and are ready to go home. You crash in your bed, full makeup and outfit, and dream about repeating it all again in the morning.
What’s your day look like compared to the typical day of a student at San Diego State University? Share with your friends, or comment below!
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