What It’s Actually Like To Be A Student At Syracuse University


You can read about Syracuse University all you want, but you’ll never know what it’s like to actually be a student at SU. Here’s 10 GIFs that will hopefully get the point across.

1. Lost your I.D.? Keys? Shoe? Check the Facebook group.

“Hey Guys, I lost my left nipple piercing somewhere between Bird Library and Heroy Geology Building. If anyone finds it, lmk!”

2. Going to DJ’s on the Hill.

“Can we leave now? … No? Pass the bottle. Pretty sure he’s going to grab my bu– yep.”

3. Running into Otto on campus (especially when he’s on the scooter).

“He’s too precious for this world. Best fruit in Upstate New York! Wait…Why is our mascot a fruit?”

4. Party at Club Bird.

“May as well turn it into a night club; we’re here until 3AM, it’s loud, and at least half of us are trashed.”

5. Defeating a Ranked SEC Team.

“We call ’em ClemSON cause they call us DADDY. #OttoOutdabsDabo” – Alexander, Class of 2020

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6. The Snow… and more S-N-O-W.

“Will the sun ever shine again? What do you mean this isn’t a lot of snow?”

7. South Campus: the overcrowded, afternoon bus rides.

“Game Plan: push and shove to find a seat. Hell, may as well sit on someone’s lap. Probably just going to stand though.”

8. Ultimate Scorn for ESF.

“Why are seats reserved for ESF students when they don’t even go here? …shouldn’t we have top priority? #FamilyFirst”

9. Dining Hall Uprisings.

“Say it with me! BRING BACK THE TENDERS! BRING BACK THE TENDERS! CAN YOU HEAR THE CRIES OF THE PEOPLE!? YES! BRING BACK THE TENDERS! BRING BACK THE FREEDOM!!!!!” – Ben McLaughlin, An Email to Stephen Brandt

10. Mumps Outbreak 2k17.

“Oh, no. Please. No. Don’t send me to live in a hotel, with room service, for a week. Oh. Please. No. Don’t.

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Katherine Davis

Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, Katherine moved up to upstate New York in 2016 to begin her years at Syracuse University. She is majoring in International Relations.

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