As for the location, I am in the lovely city of Riverside attending an UC school. Of course, the "lovely" part is sarcastic.
One thing that I have noticed so far in this school is that everyone is so intent on transferring to another school that there is virtually no school spirit. Which is probably why this school is so intent on drilling school spirit in each and every one of us. Unfortunately, the hope that I can transfer to a school such as UCLA also dampers my "Highlander spirit", whatever that is. Apart from Highlander spirit, they've also tried to talk us into having "Tartan Soul", and wearing the school colors. Unfortunately, this has a sort of high school ring to it that I highly dislike.
You can say that I'm a true Bruin at heart.
(I would do a video, but it's not working unfortunately)
Apart from this, I would like to comment on some things that I've noticed that are different from my experience in high school.
Remember back in the old days when teachers forced you to come to class, and if you skipped a class everyone would yell at you and you'll be sent to Saturday school for not following school guidelines? (Sorry that was a long sentence.) And there was homework to do, and if you didn't do it, everybody jumps down your throat. But seriously, life changes.
Now that I'm in college, I've noticed that nobody cares. Especially with classes that get as big as only UC's can get. But apart from that, seriously, no one cares if you go to class or if you sleep all day.
But of course, there are tests to take and papers to hand in. So if I did decide to skip class and watch TV shows, life would suck for me and I would have to drop out of college. Which would mean that my life would be over.
With that said, there is a lot more freedom in terms of doing what I want, when I want. Don't worry guys, I haven't done anything that's TOO risky. I've learned to take care of myself.
This has been an update of my life in college so far. I hope that it doesn't disappoint.