Freshmen: Are never in bed past noon.
Seniors: Are never out of bed before noon.

Freshmen: Read the syllabus to find out what classes they can cut.
Seniors: Read the syllabus to find out what classes they need to attend.

Freshmen: Brings a can of soda into lecture hall.
Seniors: Brings a jumbo of hoagie and six-pack of Mountain Dew into a recitation class.

Freshmen: Calls the professor “Professor.”
Seniors: Calls the professor “Bob.”

Are you a high school student and about to take the next jump to College. You might want to be aware of the top 25 Differences Between High School and College

25. In high school, you do homework. In college, you study.

24. No food is allowed in the hall in high school. In college, food must be provided at an event before students will come.

23. In high school, you wear your backpack on one shoulder; in college, on both.

22. In college, the professors can tell you the answer without looking at the teacher’s guide.

21. In college, there are no tardy slips.

facebook busts an internI knew that FaceBook was used by recruiters and managers to check up on their potential college hires. Apparently, the “checking” doesn’t stop after their hire. Valleywag is reporting this story on this Bank Intern named Kevin Colvin, interning for Anglo Irish Bank’s North American branch.

So Kevin has this Halloween party to go to and emails his manager that he has some family emergency in New York. He is having a good time and keeping his FaceBook profile updated with the latest pictures taken from the Halloween party. Guess what … the manager or someone in his team was checking up on FaceBook and ping… Kevin added new pictures pops up.

The intern’s manager replies back to Kevin with a picture attached from his Facebook profile … partying and copies his entire team on it.

Moral of the story fellas: Keep that FaceBook current status blank or turn it off.

campus mailroomAn Ant farm, air-conditioner, barbecue grill, pool cues, pool table and balls, a refrigerator, a car muffler and even car tires and a bumper with a sturdy tag indicating the name of the intended recipient. These are a sample of the items being delivered via snail mail throughout college and university mailrooms across the country. Welcome to the new generation of student shoppers, the web 2.0 generation. Internet shopping and online sales last year was nearly $220 Billion and this year is is expected to grow to almost $259 Billion and one can guess that a significant population constituting that number are college students.