What Graduating Students will miss in College

By: Abielle in General Topic

What graduating college students will miss in college

1.) You’ll definitely miss the people you randomly bump into.
We’re not even talking about your closest friends yet. We’re talking about the people you meet in the hallways, those students who aren’t from your block who end up in your class, those who are in the same organization as you, those you usually see in the canteen and other places in your school. You’ll miss them because you’you've been so used to seeing them on a daily basis but when you graduate and you randomly see them on the streets, you’ll be like “HEEEEY! It’s you!” then you walk away feeling “Gosh! I missed that guy!”

2.) You’ll miss the school guards.
The guards who greet you every morning but then they’re the same guards who won’t let you in without your ID. It may be irritating but you’ll miss the fact that you've grown to know them and they know you too. To the point that they call you by name and that even if you have petty fights with them, they’re always the first and last person you see every single day coming in and out from the school.

3.) You’ll miss the food.
The meals you eat on a daily basis. Sometimes you can’t even decide which ones to eat from. The different choices you have to make. Even if there are many food joints in your school, you tend to follow a certain eating pattern and you end up buying from the same place every day or every other day. The glorious lunch break where you just do the homework you were supposed to do at home while eating your favourite lunch break meals.

4.) You’ll miss the professors.
Even if they’re the strict ones to the nicest ones, you’ll miss them all. Every single one of them has played a role in your college life that surely stuck with you. The way they get mad at you to the way they make up with the class, the funny moments and the life lessons they teach you beyond the four corners of the classroom. You may not know it but your professors can truly and genuinely care about their students. They just sometimes hide it too well to be professional.

5.) You’ll miss the events.
Those annual school events that everyone prepares for; College weeks, Christmas parties, Pep rallies, basketball games, sports fests and even the boring seminars. You’ll miss them all. You get to spend them with the people you’ve grown to hate and love for four years or more. Every event is definitely a learning experience and you won’t get to look forward for such big school events when you graduate.




Hi! I’m Abielle, a Communication Arts student from Colegio de San Juan de Letran Manila. I’m 20 years old and would love to build a career on singing, writing and film directing. I've done some modelling but my passion is still with – Film and Writing. I’m opinionated--peculiar little puzzle that even I can’t figure myself out. Maybe through writing, we’d get bits and pieces of this puzzle together. Follow this puzzle’s twitter and Instagram: abielleremo

Posted by DiversityHuman.com on 01 Jan 2014

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