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Frosh Week Survival Guide

Also known as Orientation Week, frosh is all about getting down and dirty and making a fool of yourself. This full week of wacky activities can, at times, make you shudder, but in the end, it’s the kind of week that can make lasting memories and friendships.


Frosh Week Survival Guide

Also known as Orientation Week, frosh is all about getting down and dirty and making a fool of yourself. This full week of wacky activities can, at times, make you shudder, but in the end, it’s the kind of week that can make lasting memories and friendships.

Here’s a heads up on some frosh week dos and don’ts:

Do participate. Sure, it can be lame at times, but how else are you going to start meeting people? Frosh week will help you make those initial connections, some of which you’ll maintain, others you won’t, but either way it’s a start.

Don’t partake in activities involving food dye. Unless you want to be purple for a week of course, in which case, dive right in.

Do be prepared for early morning wake-up calls. For whatever reasons, resident advisor’s (or RA’s) tend to think it’s funny to torture you at an ungodly hour.

Don’t sing or dance… unless you are actually skilled at singing and dancing. 

Don’t wear your new Marc Jacobs pumps for the occasion. Grass stains on white leather would be more than a little unfortunate.

Don’t feel like you need to participate in every activity, just give some a shot. What have you got to lose?