Graduation bucket list

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College is a great time to experience new things as an independent person. It may seem like these four years are going to last forever, but it does go by quickly. To make the most of this experience, you should have a list of things you can check off before graduation. Here are some things that you should definitely have on your graduation bucket list.

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What students are saying

Freshmen Hannah Royer (left), international studies major, and Morgan Bland (right), biological science major, get to know each other at Monday's Roommate Roundup in the LSC. (Photo credit: Hannah Beckwith)
Freshmen Hannah Royer (left), international studies major, and Morgan Bland (right), biological science major, get to know each other at Monday’s Roommate Roundup in the LSC. (Photo credit: Hannah Beckwith)

“I want to travel out of the country.” – Chelsea Johnson, undeclared freshman.

“Secure internships.” – Chris Vangsnes, freshman health and exercise science major.

“I would recommend T.A.ing a class. It is a great experience.” – Carrie Widmaier, senior animal science major.

“I want to work at Pingree Park.” – Logan Balkema, junior wildlife biology major.

“Ride my bike to class every day for one semester.” – Brittany Phelan, junior biology major.

“Get more people interested in the French club.” – Becky Long, senior French major.

“Intern at a prison.” – Brandy Warnecke, sophomore math education and criminology double major.

“Do karaoke at Surfside.” – Jessie Paulson, senior wildlife biology major.

“Wake up and not consider skipping class.” – Kelly Allen, senior fashion major.

Top picks suggested by the Office of Admissions


Hike to the top of Horsetooth Rock.

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Go out to eat and catch a free concert in Old Town.

Attend a cultural event at the Lincoln Center.

Swim in Horsetooth Reservoir.

Go camping, backpacking or hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Go to a drive-in movie.

Go to an art show at the Jack Curfman Gallery.

Join the Moby Madness.

Our suggestions

Agriculture and natural resource economics grad student, TraeAnn Schlemmer, checks out the flowers in the Annual Trial Garden across from the University Center for the Arts on Tuesday night. (Photo credit: Christina Vessa)
Agriculture and natural resource economics grad student TraeAnn Schlemmer checks out the flowers in the Annual Trial Garden across from the University Center for the Arts on Tuesday night. (Photo credit: Christina Vessa)

Do the Zombie Fest in Old Town.

Play trivia with your friends at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop  (You could win some money!).

Play pinball at Pinball Jones.

Take a tour of New Belgium.

Go to Tour De Fat.

Attend New West Fest.

Take a self-guided bike tour of the breweries around town.

Take a test in a class that you are not taking.

Have your own radio show at KCSU.

Spend an afternoon in the Annual Trial Garden at the University Center for the Arts.

 

Good luck making your own bucket list and enjoy your college experience!

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Collegian Interactive News Team member Mikaela Antonelli can be reached at socialmedia@collegian.com or on Twitter @mikaela_tweets.