Tuesday, November 20, 2012

College Parties

            I graduated from campus just two months ago but I must admit that I am missing it so badly already. I miss college so much so that sometimes I always find myself heading back to college over the weekends to hang out with a few of my friends who are still in campus. I know many chaps may find that strange but I would like to think that it is not strange at all, if you consider where I am coming from.
            I am the type of girl who likes partying like you cannot imagine and nothing else but that. When I was in college I can’t remember any Friday evening where I stayed around in the college premises. I was always out clubbing the whole night long and to me that was the best lifestyle I could identify with. If you haven’t noted that already, the main reason that makes me miss campus is the issue of the parties. The parties were just too good and too nice to be left aside for any other thing.
            The most interesting thing about college parties is that anybody could choose a theme for a party and it could turn out to be a grand party, the anonymity of the party’s theme notwithstanding. Apart from the normal themes like birthday parties, end-of-year parties, engagement parties and so on, there were always other themes that bore no names like ‘lack-of-name’ parties, laughter parties and such like things. The themes were just very interesting, and I must admit that that is something I will always miss from my college life. 

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

To vote or not to vote...

         There are many things that make college life worthwhile, but none more so than the issue of voting. Somebody once said that everybody’s mind is a political mind; the only difference is the extent of the political nature in the person’s mind, if you know what I mean. In realistic terms the point I am trying to put across is that politics, voting and all that kind of malarkey is something that really evokes a lot of interest in the lives of students in campus.

From my experience in campus I know somehow that sometimes life is often so difficult in the classroom sector that students always welcome any form of distraction in their academic lives, even if that means focusing on the students politics that is always quite as vibrant as the mainstream state politics. The political period is always charged, so much so that it becomes very difficult for the process to go on without a proper set of rules or guidelines.

Needless to say it is important that the rules set are obeyed because in real sense what is the point in having the voting guide if it will not be followed by the people meant to follow it. Many times discipline issues arise when it comes to the political period but I would love to think that that should never be the case, if we are reading from the same page. The rules are to be followed and students should help to foster peace with their wisdom or lack of it thereof.