What Your Frocos Won’t Tell You

You think you know, but you have no idea.
You think you know, but you have no idea. // Creative Commons

Don’t ask me if I’m a freshman. Don’t do it.

// Leah Motzkin ’16

 

Don’t pretend to be a junior. The juniors will know you’re lying.

// Sophie Kaye ’15

 

Dance floor make outs are for Toad’s, not pregames.

// Glory Norman ’16

 

Ladies: check the next day’s weather before you choose to stay over somewhere. Your heels/your hook-up’s flip-flops are problematic if it snowed overnight.

// Eleanor Michotte ’15

 

Don’t drink the water

// Andrew Kahn ’14

 

Late night swims in the New Haven harbor are really fun?

// David Kemper ’13

 

Bring a pair of socks when you go work in Sterling — it gets cold, and it’s impossible to think when your feet are cold.

// TaoTao Holmes ’14

 

Befriend the senior citizens who inexplicably show up in your classes. They are older (obviously) and wiser than you.

// Isaac Stanley-Becker ’16

 

Study abroad: just do it (you won’t regret it).

// Djenab Conde ’15

 

Don’t trust my advice.

// Jackson McHenry ’15

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