I don't wanna learn about more science and math. That's not why I'm going to college.
When I was right out of college, I felt competitive with some of the guys in my class over career stuff.
I ended up going to college for visual arts but moved up to New York after I graduated from college in 2006 and started going gung ho to the Upright Citizens Brigade, and I realized that that was what I was really interested in and what I really wanted to do.
The Committee supports the idea that there should be, within the University of California, a campus which puts particular emphasis on the education of undergraduates within the framework of a College system.
I consider The O.C. as my college. It was four years and I made friends who I'll have forever.
I am definitely going to college!
Strong college basketball is great for the NBA.
I took acting classes in my senior year in college and I loved it.
I went to a college in New York called New Paltz. I studied theater there for four years. I also studied privately in NYC with a teacher named Robert X. Modica.
I had a lot of Marwari friends, both in Holy Angels School and Ethiraj College.
I didn't have a traditional college experience. I didn't have a social aspect to it. I was always involved in working and going to school.
Mayo College, where I got my grounding, is a private boarding school. It is a traditional school with brilliant teachers including some from overseas.
I have been defending Israel's right to exist, and to defend itself against terrorism, for many years-on college campuses, in television appearances and in debate.
My parents were not at all involved in science. In fact, neither of them went to college.
My brother is the youngest member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. And I wouldn't let him cut my nails.
I didn't harbor a huge desire to become a chef until I graduated from college.
Going to college is neither necessary nor sufficient to be well-educated.
I didn't get to experience proper autumn until I was eighteen and heading off to college on the East Coast!
Most redditors are at least college educated. A number of them have post- or, rather, graduate degrees. A number of them are in the IT tech world.
I was at college doing performing arts, and just spending all my time mucking about, and the lecturers thought I would be pretty good at stand-up, so I gave it a whirl.